Alzheimers

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The time to start treating Alzheimer’s disease (AZ) is not when you or your loved one has been diagnosed with this horrible condition. By this stage the tangling web of the brain’s nerve cells has been going on for years and perhaps decades. In some cases with advanced Alzheimer’s there is nothing that any of us in healthcare can do except to slow its progression and eek the most quality from the remaining years of life. If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s it is first and foremost important to begin our Nutrient-Neuro Protection Program for yourself and your children. Prevention of AZ begins ASAP whether you are in your teens or your forties! Of course you want to offer this same help to your parents or grandparents who have reached the point of AZ…you just cannot prevent or reverse the damage…although new studies are encouraging with the use of the botanical turmeric from curcumin contained in our HealthE-Relief. The turmeric prevents the formation of the beta amyloid proteitn that snarls the brains communications and even has shown promise in reducing plaque that has already formed. Because inflammation is involved with AZ it is a must to take EPA/DHA at a therapeutic level of 2-3 grams a day and found in Super Fishy Lube. In addition we have found that the B-Complex vitamins with the patented ActiFolate are essential (5MethylTetraHydroFolate…the active form of folic acid)…this reduces the inflammation causing chemical homocysteine. Here we want to also recommend that you have your doctor test your blood for homocysteine levels and hs-CRP (high sensitivity C-Reactive Protein).

Since free radicals can cause the brain to rust also it is vital to take the highest quality antioxidant formula, e.g., OxiQuest and VisionQuest. Last but not least is the nutrient that protects the energy producing mitochondria in your cells and that is CoEnzyme Q10 and can be found in CoQuest-10. Daily exercise for your body and your mind are necessary for brain health also.

 

 

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