More data is being uncovered identifying the connection between alterations in gut health and Alzheimer’s. By recognizing the importance of a well-balanced gut microbiome – new methods for treating and preventing dementia have been developed.
Dr. Dale Bredesen of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging has developed the ReCODE protocol to help those with Alzheimer’s fight back – and one piece of the treatment puzzle is reversing insulin resistance.
When you are exposed to an allergen, toxin, and/or injury, these chemical mediators, especially histamine can be released into your body. These chemical mediators can affect multiple organ systems including the respiratory, circulatory, integumentary, digestive, muscular and nervous system.
The right balance of healthy fats such as omega-3, 6, and 9 promote proper absorption of minerals and nutrients, as well as supporting good heart health and weight management. Studies show that a high-fat dairy intake among women actually lowered their risk of diabetes and obesity.
Watching your parent, spouse, or significant “other” struggle to find words and memories can be heartbreaking and often frightening. They may be more forgetful – frequently misplacing items or losing their sense of direction. You may have noticed they take longer completing everyday tasks such as paying bills, preparing dinner or getting dressed.