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47 Alzheimer’s Preventing Juice Recipes: Naturally Lower the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease Without the Use of Pills By Joe Correa CSN
eBook (ePub): $4.99
The exact cause of Alzheimer’s is still unknown, but statistics suggest that women are more exposed to this disease. Doctors believe that specific factors combined together can greatly increase... More > the risks and lead to Alzheimer’s disease. People suffering from arthritis, poor eye sight, weak bones, depression, and hypertension are more likely to develop this serious disease. Naturally, poor diet and lack of exercise can develop a fertile ground for Alzheimer’s. In order to prevent and reduce the risks of Alzheimer’s disease, it’s crucial to change your lifestyle and improve your diet. Brain-friendly foods like green leafy vegetables, nuts, berries, beans, whole grains, fish, and olive oil should be on your daily menu. Having this in mind, I have created a beautiful collection of Alzheimer’s disease preventing juice recipes that are based on fresh and healthy ingredients and will improve your overall health and brain function.< Less
41 Alzheimer’s Preventing Meal Recipes: Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer’s Diseasethe Natural Way! By Joe Correa CSN
eBook (ePub): $3.99
Alzheimer’s begins as simple forgetfulness. Gradually, over time the disease can destroy speech and comprehension in addition to causing restlessness and dramatic mood swings. While this is... More > difficult for loved ones, these symptoms are more difficult for the patient. However, with the right diet the onset of Alzheimer can be delayed and lower the risk of Alzheimer’s. The diet change is simple. Increasing consumption of omega-3s, vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, and foods rich in folate, phosphorous, magnesium, and selenium. These foods include nuts, seeds, leafy greens, and fish. Many spices, such as curry and turmeric contain several of these essential vitamins allowing food to explode with flavor. Use these recipes to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and as a guide for a healthier diet and life style.< Less
82 Alzheimer’s Preventing Meal and Juice Recipes: Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease By Using Vitamin and Mineral Specific Foods! By Joe Correa CSN
eBook (ePub): $5.99
Alzheimer’s disease, unfortunately, doesn’t have a cure. However, there are some treatments for the symptoms that will not stop but will slow down the disease from progressing and improve... More > the quality of life. In order to prevent and reduce the risks of Alzheimer’s disease, it’s crucial to change your lifestyle and improve your diet. Brain-friendly foods like green leafy vegetables, nuts, berries, beans, whole grains, fish, and olive oil should be on your daily menu. The diet change is simple. Increasing consumption of omega-3s, vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, and foods rich in folate, phosphorous, magnesium, and selenium. These foods include nuts, seeds, leafy greens, and fish. The meal and juice recipes in this book will improve your health and your Alzheimer’s condition in a short period of time. Try them all and see which ones are your favorite recipes.< Less
Longevity and Health: A New Epoch In Medicine: Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Drug, Alcohol and Smoking Addiction & Hundreds of Other Diseases Can Be Treated - Deception and Theft Prevented It By Eduard Lerner
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Eduard Lerner, MD, Ph.D., Dr.Sc, is a world renowned neurologist who has published more than 140 scientific articles and invented several seminal medical processes. He details two of the most... More > prominent in this, his first autobiographical work. This book also recounts Lerner’s arduous path as a scientist trying to implement his inventions in the face of daunting professional resistance.< Less
Remembrances By Katie Sheahan
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Alzheimer’s Disease is a great equalizer - rich or poor - but usually older - no one is immune from its reach. They say to keep your mind active, to exercise, to eat green leafy vegetables, but... More > my mom did all those things and she still suffered from Alzheimer’s Disease. Even scarier, her brother and her father had it (they called it hardening of the arteries then) so it ‘runs in the family.’ And recently in the news, a doctor has said that the medicines they have been using to fight Alzheimer’s may be fighting the brain’s natural defense systems, rather than fighting the disease. For every book purchased $4.00 goes toward finding a cure for Alzheimer's Disease.< Less
Herbal Remedies (Free) By Misc.
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This download is FREE …(Non-Fiction) Is there a natural treatment to help you fight Cancer? ( A recent study showed that at least half of all Cancer patients use some form of natural... More > treatment in conjunction with modern medicine). Is there a treatment to help with Alzheimer’s disease ? ( Alzheimer’s disease is soon expected to reach epidemic levels). Is there a natural treatment for Arthritis? The answer to all of these questions is YES. One look at many infomercials of late and you can quickly see that the interest in natural and time tested health treatments is skyrocketing. Download your copy of “Herbal Remedies” today and get over 50 time tested natural treatments, a list of herbs and their uses, a list of cautions when using herbs, and more.< Less
"GETTING THE BEST OUT OF LIFE" By David and Patti Macer-Wright
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THE AMAZING ACCOUNT OF HOW TWO PEOPLE REGAINED THEIR POWER, WITHOUT THE USE OF SCIENTIFIC MEDICINE AND DRUGS.OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE AND LIVING PROOF. ALSO THE NONI STORY. ANOTHER FREE BOOK FOR... More > YOU- "THE 7 HEALTH SECRETS OF NONI JUICE" THE CATALYST FOR YOUR EXCELLENT HEALTH.< Less
Debugging Human DNA By Abder Rahim Biad
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Debugging Human DNA is an unusual book; it brings to light a characteristic of DNA functioning unknown to traditional medicine. DNA is a machine language, similar to that of a computer binary code;... More > it can only be decoded and processed electrically. Most of us think of DNA as a genetic code biologists study in research labs, but have no clue how DNA affects our daily lives. DNA is the program that regulates the way we function; without tit, we will not exist. DNA does not only concerns medical researchers, but it affects all humans. The more one knows about it, the better he can manage, overhaul and transform his cognitive and physical life. DNA can be repaired electrically, once we have the proper know-how; this is a new field that has not been explored up to now. Distorted DNA strands, which in reality are atomic particles, can be fixed electrically. This approach to overhauling genes maybe unusual by customary standards, yet it is a fact validated by scientific evidence.< Less
Care Giving Made Easy: How to Be an Awesome Caregiver By Dale Adams
eBook (ePub): $8.99
This book is a step-by-step practical guide for care givers that focuses on how to make your life together a delightful experience. It informs you how to be a wonderful long distance caregiver with... More > an arsenal of safety tips. It also helps the reader broaden their perspective of their elder and the importance of history. How to be an Awesome Caregiver – Care Giving Made Easy, has tips and lists of caregiver tools for different areas of the home to quickly assist the caregiver to get what they need to safely care for their loved one.< Less
Brain Function and Dysfunction By Anand Madhu
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Alzheimer's Disease is rapidly increasing in prevalence. This pandemic of the post-industrial age wreaks havoc on the elderly people (some as young as 40), particularly in the richer and more... More > powerful nations. With only a few weak hypotheses, its cause is not understood; all proposed medicines have either failed clinical trials or proven ineffective. In this book, I lay out a new, relatively stronger and more broad-based theory of dementia causation, exploring beyond Matsuyama's 1989 theory that held pervasive Microtubule collapse to be a key characteristic of dementia. In brief: Psychological functions are carried out by neurocircuits containing myriads of Dopaminergic and Norepic systems; due to excessive electrical signalling in "dopamine-heavy" types of brains -- the signal conducting micro-tubules break down, causing the neuronal collapse which characterizes dementia. More the signalling volume, more the stress (either mechanical and/or thermal and/or chemical stress), which proves fatal in the end.< Less

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