Want to avoid Alzheimer’s? Who doesn’t? It hurts to see so many of our friends and loved ones who develop some form of dementia in their later years. A reported 5 million Americans currently have Alzheimer’s. I recently attended an Alzheimer’s and Dementia Summit hosted by Jonathan Landsman, and I’d like to share with you some natural ways to slash your risk of Alzheimer’s, the most debilitating form of dementia.

Studies have shown* that Extra Virgin Olive Oil helps the aging brain, because it stops the accumulation of amyloid beta plaque. Also, olive oil’s protective agent oleocanthal protects nerve cells. Consumed twice a day, the oleocanthal produces proteins and enzymes that remove amyloid from the brain. The Alzheimer’s Association tells us that pieces of beta-amyloid may be the most dangerous to the brain and small clumps may block cell-to-cell signaling at synapses.

Coconut oil is comprised of medium-chain triglycerides, which are converted into ketones by the liver. Coconut oil provides the brain with this alternative source of fuel, and scientific data suggests that Alzheimer’s can be reversed during this energy conversion process. In a highly publicized incident, a physician named Mary Newport gave coconut oil to her husband Steve, who suffered from Alzheimer’s and the prescription drugs had no effect. He immediately started improving after consuming coconut oil.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids’ DHA and EPA are known to reduce inflammation, and regular consumption before significant progression of Alzheimer’s can avoid serious brain health problems. Best sources are organic walnuts, flax and hempseeds, wild-caught Alaskan salmon and sardines, and 100% grass-fed beef.

Other great edible sources to prevent Alzheimer’s are green tea, blueberries, leafy green and cruciferous vegetables, curcumin, gingko, and rosemary. As to supplements, don’t overlook Co-Q10, magnesium (more than half of seniors are magnesium deficient), resveratrol, grapeseed extract, folate, lipoic acid, vitamins D and E, ginseng, and fish oil.

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*June 21, 2017, Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology: Extra-virgin olive oil ameliorates cognition and neuropathology of the 3xTg mice: role of autophagy; additional findings are reported in the October 15, 2009 issue of Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology.

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