Alzheimer’s Prevention and Treatment

“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago.
The second best time is now.”
 – Chinese Proverb

Alzheimer’s is a neurodegenerative disease that starts up to 20 years before the first symptoms of short term memory loss appear.  By paying attention to diet, exercise, vitamins, brain exercises and other areas, we can probably prevent the onset and maybe even reverse the course of the disease.

Please keep in mind that there is currently no magic bullet and given the complexity of the disease there may never be a single solution.  Today there are positive steps that you can take and many of them can be done at home right now.   Eating better and exercising?  Your worst case scenario involves looking and feeling better.

Relevant Articles


Probiotic Supplement Counteracts Alzheimer’s Progression In Mice

Alzheimer’s Patients Increase Scores on Cognitive Test with Use of Probiotics

Drug Treatments

Diabetes Treatment Shows Promise For Alzheimer’s

Rapamycin Prolongs Life of Neurons with Low Energy Production Mitochondria

Inflammation and Alzheimer’s



How Sugar and Insulin Help To Destroy The Brain

Diet and Alzheimer’s: Sugar

Diet and Alzheimer’s: Carbs

Diet and Alzheimer’s: Fruit

Diet and Alzheimer’s: Vegetables

Diet and Alzheimer’s: Dairy

Diet and Alzheimer’s: Olive Oil and Other Oils

Diet and Alzheimer’s: Diet Soda

Diet & Alzheimer’s: Fasting and Autophagy


Vitamins and Supplements

UCLA reverses dementia in 9 out of 10

A Complex Dietary Supplement for Alzheimer’s

The Mouse Study That Started It All – Part 2

The Mouse Study That Started It All – Part 1

Inflammation and Alzheimer’s

Eat Curry Avoid Alzheimer’s: UCLA Study of Curcumin Shows Improved Memory and Reduced Brain Pathology

Protecting the Brain With Vitamin D

GO NAD! Supplementation Sirtuins and Alzheimer’s

QUIN is not your friend: Quinolinic Acid and Alzheimer’s

Diet & Alzheimer’s: Aspirin



At Risk for Alzheimer’s? Don’t Just Sit There! Moderate Exercise Protects the Brain

Moderate Physical Activity Increases Hippocampus in Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment


Brain Games

Play Video Games Learn Music Avoid Alzheimer’s

Brain Training Shows Strong Evidence in Clinical Trail of Preventing Dementia