Fighting Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease destroys the mind and then steals away life. This is a dread disease but it can be controlled and reversed. I did it and, with my help, you may be able to do the same.

 

The National Institute on Aging of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services calls Alzheimer’s disease “irreversible” and “progressive” and always deadly. If the NIH describes Alzheimer’s disease as progressive, irreversible and deadly, why am I telling you that you can resist this bleak fate and even recover? Much of the damage to in dementia arises from the foods and beverages we eat and drink. Changing our diet gives us a magnificent chance of recovery.It may allow you to recover your ability to think, talk and care for yourself.

 

As an allergist I diagnosed and treated hundreds of patients who suffered from the foods they ate and the beverages they drank. From them I learned which foods contribute to the brain destruction called dementia. I also have personal experience with this horrible disease because I suffer from Alzheimer’s and I have learned to fight it. I changed my diet and it worked. In Retaining the Mind, I tell you about my battle with Alzheimer’s disease and the diet that helped me fight this battle.

 

If you suffer diseases of nerve deterioration such as Alzheimer’s, or any of the other dementias including the dementia accompanying Parkinson’s diseases, you have choices. You can deteriorate gracefully, surrounded by family and friends as your thinking, conversation and self-care slowly wither away. And die bravely. Or, you can follow the treatment I describe in Retaining the Mind, the treatment I used to find my path to recovery from this nerve-destroying monster.