Tag: Alzheimer’s

If You Want To Prevent Alzheimer’s, Avoid This

If You Want To Prevent Alzheimer’s, Avoid This

| Aug 20, 2015

Alzheimer’s research is one of the hottest topics in medical science. As well it should be—after all, the disease affects approximately 5.3 million Americans alone, and kills a half million Americans every year. This makes it the third leading cause of death in our country, closely trailing behind heart disease and cancer.[1] Not so long […]

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How to Detox Without Even Trying

How to Detox Without Even Trying

| Aug 5, 2015

Despite its growing popularity, detoxing is still commonly associated with relatively fringe health circles. It usually entails the use of “cleanses,” “fasts,” or other extended practices intended to catalyze a massive release of toxins all at once. These practices also usually require a good deal of time, energy, knowledge, and discipline to do safely and […]

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Could Coconuts Be the Answer to Alzheimer’s?

Could Coconuts Be the Answer to Alzheimer’s?

| Jun 18, 2015

Cognitive disease is a growing problem of epidemic proportions. An estimated 5.3 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease (that doesn’t even include those with dementia and other age-related cognitive dysfunctions)—and this number is rising precipitously. Alzheimer’s is already the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, and it’s estimated that within 20 years, 25% […]

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