Millions of U.S. citizens are affected by Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other forms of reduced cognitive function. Learn how to change this fate naturally, economically, and without side effects, in line with nature’s bio-ecologic laws….
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
Geraldine Yessup from St. Petersburg, FL, asks:
O.K. I am 75 now, but does this mean I have to live and die with poor memory?
A high proportion of our population is affected by poor memory including some 5 millions with Alzheimer’s as a kind of dementia, and other forms of cognitive failure and memory impairment.
Although Alzheimer’s was detected first time by German psychiatrist Dr. Alois Alzheimer already more than 100 years ago, conventional medicine has not found a solution yet. That’s why we speak of ‘chronic’ disease in this case.
This, however, does not mean that nature may not have an answer in its biologic-ecologic capacity. Just learn from 3 out of a portfolio of unlimited examples.
NATURE’S SCIENTIFICALLY VALIDATED ANSWERS
According to recent research at the University of L’Aquila in Italy, cocoa flavonols to be found in cocoa powders and dark chocolate, may boost cognitive function and prevent cognitive decline even at short notice, within couple of hours. As a result of cocoa flavonols properties as an antioxidant, by avoiding damage of brain cells due to oxidative stress.
One of these Italian studies concluded that the working memory of young adults improved within 2 hours after nutritional input of 773 mg of cocoa flavonols.
However, the greatest benefit of cocoa flavonols consumption was found by the researchers in terms of improved attention, working memory, and verbal fluency in cases of regular intake of cocoa flavonols at least over a time of up to 3 months.
With an additional positive effect on cardiovascular health in general.
As you have learned already by other Medical Sunday Blogs we have published recently, when we talk about ‘healthy diet’, Mediterranean diet is certainly in the forefront. With olive oil as a key component.
Now we understand from latest research at Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA, that extra-virgin olive oil may prevent and potentially even reverse Alzheimer’s disease.
A different natural modality for better cognitive function has been detected by research at Coventry University and the University of Oxford, both Great Britain, with participants aged between 50 and 83 (62 in average):
at least once a week (instead of sex only once a month – or no sex at all), supports cognitive function, especially for older adults. Along with other physical activities and social lifestyles, as a complex reflection of biological, physical, emotional, psychological, and social interactions of our life.
This example demonstrates once again – scientifically validated – that man is not a synthetic or technical phenomenon but part of our planet’s multifaceted ecologic system strictly based on natural laws. With natural answers for our health, accordingly.
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Dr. Mark Fritz, NMD, PhD