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Alzheimer's Disease: Lifestyle Can Make a Difference

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A panel, meeting at the National Institutes of Health, has concluded that lifestyle changes are irrelevant in terms of reducing the risk of Alzheimer's disease. Mike Adams of NaturalNews is bemused that this panel, conferring on Alzheimer's disease and lifestyle, has discounted valid studies in their determinations. Studies which confirm that there are ways people can reduce their risk of Alzheimer's.

Other studies have indicated that exposure to certain chemicals are linked to Alzheimer's. And the logical conclusion is that the avoidance of same should reduce the risk.

Adams is quite convinced that lifestyle and diet can have a big influence, and has some suggestions he wants to pass on. Stay away from process foods, and eat foods that will build you up and aid in detoxification from the unhealthy chemicals we're in contact with daily. Filter your water. Get some exercise.

"The truth is, there are plenty of ways to prevent Alzheimer's Disease, and each them involves what you put in your body and how you take care of it. Mainstream medicine simply doesn't want to admit that patients have control over their own health."


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