Body Ecology

Increase your intake of omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids, especially docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), can slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease. You can find healthy omega-3 fatty acids in raw, soaked walnuts, wild caught salmon, and fresh organic DHA and pasture fed eggs.

Eat Raw Butter.

Maintain a healthy body weight.

Avoid aluminum. Common products with aluminum include: store bought cornbread, buffered aspirin, antacids, aluminum cookware, and antiperspirants.

Avoid exposure to mercury. If you have mercury in your dental fillings, have them removed by a competent holistic dentist who specialized in mercury removal.

Colonics are a must!

Try fermented foods and drinks

Eliminate Sugar. Researchers have found that elevated insulin and blood sugar levels actually damage the brain and can cause dementia. They have linked inflammation in the brain to high blood sugar. Further, when there is less insulin in the brain, there is less glucose to feed your brain cells and to keep them healthy.

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