There are natural ways you can reduce auto-immune diseases

 using diet & lifestyle analysis.

Amyloid plaque development is a primary problem

 associated with Alzheimer's.

Studies have indicated that a low carbohydrate diet

 reduces total caloric intake by 30%.

 Such a diet helps prevent the formation of amyloid plaque

 in a strain of mice genetically engineered to develop the disease.


Not only did the restricted diet reduce Alzheimer's, it also allowed

the mice to maintain a healthy weight. Thus, a mild change in diet

resulted in an astonishing measure of disease prevention.


              Four Guidelines to Preventing Alzheimer's Disease

1.      Eat a raw diet to prevent dementia -- and a variety of

       other chronic diseases.

      Increase the amount of fresh vegetables in your diet

       and restrict grains and sugars. 

      This will help resolve blood pressure issues. It will also

       strengthen your immune system, allowing it to fight off diseases,

       also giving you more  energy.

Consume fish or cod liver oil so you can meet the

 optimal amount of omega-3 fats needed to achieve

 good health and fight Alzheimer's. Ensure that the oil is

  free of mercury and other toxins.

2.  Studies have found that exercise protects the brain,

 thereby warding off Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia.

 According to one study, the odds of developing Alzheimers

 quadrupled among less-active people.

3.   Remove mercury from your body. Even trace amounts

   of mercury can cause the type of damage to nerves that is

  characteristic of the damage found in Alzheimer's disease.

  Dental amalgam fillings are one of the major sources of mercury. 

 Adjust to a good diet, detox, and then find a biological dentist

 to consider having your amalgams replaced with porcelain or composite.

Seafood, vaccinations and flu shots contain both mercury and aluminum.

Aluminum has been widely associated with Alzheimer's disease.

Your main sources of exposure are likely through drinking tap water

and applying anti-perspirants. Aluminum cookware may also

 be a source of exposure.



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