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Caffeine And Alzheimer’s

Lead Researcher Dr. Abhishek Mohan of the Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, United States informed the Journal of Caffeine Research of his findings that caffeine in coffee can half the levels of a protein that is thought to be the cause of Alzheimer’s. Beta amyloid the protein that is strongly implicated in Alzheimer’s disease […]

Vitamin D Affects Alzheimer’s Disease

For Some time now I have posted much about the research that is being done to combat Alzheimer’s Disease and although it can not help those who suffer, like yesterday, the research can still be seen as a light at the end of the tunnel. The first post was way back in July 2009 it […]

Alzheimer’s Update: Eat Fish!

Well if like me you are a fish lover then according to new research, I’m five times unlikely to ever suffer from Alzheimer’s Disease, memory loss and other key brain functions. Just by eating fish once a week. According to Dr. Raji’s team at the University of Pittsburgh USA. eating fish either baked or grilled […]

Dementia and Walnuts

Back a couple of posts I wrote about the findings of a research team led by Professor David Smith who wrote that 2 glasses of milk a day could help to protect against Alzheimer’s disease. Well it appears Alzheimer’s disease is in the news again. Scientists believe nuts may also help to combat the disease. […]

Milk and Alzheimer’s

Want to stave off dementia? Drink just two glasses of milk daily! For a new study has suggested that milk can help protect against memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease in old age. An international team led by Oxford University, has found that milk is actually one of the best sources of the key vitamin B12. […]