Increasing evidence of the role of infections and Alzheimer’s Disease. Dr. Mercola lays out the latest research and highlights critical steps for increasing the health of our brains.
Inflammation, Defective Insulin Signaling, and Mitochondrial Dysfunction as Common Molecular Denominators Connecting Type 2 Diabetes to Alzheimer Disease
There is a strong link between Type II Diabetes and Alzheimer’s. The common thread: inflammation. Balancing our blood sugar by eating regular healthy meals and avoiding sugary food and drinks is critical for avoiding metabolic disease and declining brain function.
“it should be possible to develop anti-inflammatory approaches that may not cure AD but will likely help slow the progression or delay the onset of this devastating disorder.” Inflammation can be directly addressed with diet and lifestyle.
Did you know that B Vitamins are essential for brain health? Actually B vitamins, specifically B-6 and B-12 have shown preventive effects on adults at risk for dementia.
Gluten sensitivity does not just manifest as digestive symptoms. Check out this article that highlights how gluten affects the brain. When we can connect the dots between symptoms and food, than we are empowered to make changes to improve our quality of life.