What Do I Do Now to Avoid Getting Alzheimer's Disease In Old Age?
I'm sorry you've waited so long for a response. I just saw your plea. If you'll go to my site, review the parts that interest you and especially look at the video section entitled, 'Nutrition', that will give you a start. You should know that it seems most professionals in the arena of brain functions suggest that if you have the cellular prerequisites that foster Alzheimer's, it unfortunately cannot be entirely stopped. Only delayed some unknown number of years through proper nutrition and exercise. (NOTE: I am not a medical professional. - Although I did deliver my little girl... as much as a man can do it, anyway!) For more complete information, please follow the links in the 'z Link' section of my site. Thank you and continue to be kind. www.alzheimersinhomecare.com
Take a look at my free e-book called Nutritional Supplements and Alzheimer's Disease at:
Click on free .pdf download and read away. Please e-mail me if you have any questions.
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