Could a vaccine to prevent Alzheimer’s be on the horizon? According to this article in Medical News Today, the potential is definitely real and it’s currently showing promise in pre-clinical trials. If successful in the early testing, the […]
Nitrosamine is a chemical compound that can be found in high amount in many food products, such as fish, meat (processed), beer, cheese, pickling salt, tobacco, snus (swedish). It is often carcinogenic, which means it causes cancer and […]
During 1960, nerve toxins – the so called BMAA were linked to ALS. Many of the Guam Island residents suffered from a disease very similar to ALS that later showed to be linked with their food mainly from […]
Curcumin is a substance extracted from turmeric, which is been used as a spice in Indian and Asian cuisine and also as medication against pain, cancer and blood clot formation. Curcumin has been a candidate to combat Alzheimer’s […]
Alzheimer’s disease is a common cause of dementia, and is increasing at a dramatic rate.
323 studies that were completed between 1968 and 2014 were reviewed to assess factors that are protective and non-protective to developing Alzheimer’s.
The following had […]
Vitamin D seems to be in the news constantly – in fact, only last week, we mentioned that low vitamin D levels may be associated with Multiple Sclerosis. New research suggests people with very low levels of vitamin D […]
Olive oil is how we refer to the oil obtained from the fruit of olive trees. People have been eating olive oil for thousands of years and it is now more popular than ever, thanks to its many proven […]
“The word ‘breakthrough’ is often misused, but in this case I think this really does fundamentally change our understanding of how to treat this disease, and I foresee a great future for this approach,” says study author Prof. […]