Dementia In The Tummy

Dementia in The Tummy   In the previous blog I presented two bulleted sentences that help describe the causes of dementias such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Foods (and beverages) that contain excess sugar, MSG and citric acid cause dementia. These chemicals powerfully stimulate the

Dementias Explained Simply

Dementias Explained Simply Our modern American Diet causes many illnesses including dementias, strokes, heart attacks, obesity, diabetes, sight and hearing loss. These many illnesses and the foods that cause them complicate my presentations about dementias and consume much time, much more than

Brain Fog and Nerve Damage

I told you about Jane (not her real name) and her experience with sugar addiction. While we talked, she brought up another subject. She told me that sweet treats (fructose sugar) makes her suffer ‘brain fog’. This interested me as

Ordinary people are beating Alzheimers

The incidence of Alzheimers disease and other dementias may be subsiding. This decrease is a shock: Why is the incidence of dementia falling? I believe it is because the average American is smart. I believe average  Americans  appreciates that MSG and refined sugar

Dementia’s symptoms: poor sleep

To know if you suffer from dementia, you must know its symptoms. I can teach you these symptoms because I have dementia; I know them.  I will start with sleeplessness, which may be, to the brain, the symptom most destructive. Because of my many

The ‘business’ of dementia

Treating those afflicted by  dementia costs a lot of money. Is this cost necessary? Examining this treatment cost as you would examine a business cost can help to put this cost of treatment in perspective. Where goes the money involved in this

Eating to repair nerves

Retaining the Mind shows you how our diet causes dementia and tells you how to change your diet to recover from it. How to recover the thoughts, plans and purposeful activities certain foods stole from you. Following the diet is not easy. You

Dementia and intimacy

Many people, both women and men, as they grow older, experience decreased ability to participate in intimate relations with their partners.  Is this inevitable and unchanging? Not if the cause is the years of eating and drinking foods and beverages containing

Our diet is making us old

When I see older people slowly, carefully, and with evident pain and distress feeling their way with a cane or walker, I say to myself, is this necessary? When I see older people arising from a chair slowly and carefully,