A growing body of research suggests there may be a powerful connection between the foods you eat and your risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia, via similar pathways that cause type 2 diabetes. Some have re-named Alzheimer’s as “type 3 diabetes.”
The research against cholesterol-lowering statin drugs continues to mount, as does the evidence that lowering ones cholesterol via medication has serious side effects, such as Alzheimer’s disease.
It’s time for the cholesterol myths to be laid to rest. Learn the truth about how cholesterol works in your body, and you’ll realize it’s not an enemy to your health, but instead plays an essential role in keeping your body functioning optimally.
"Before we started him on coconut oil, Dad's speech was gone and he couldn't remember his name or his date of birth," Kal explained.
In what is yet another great investigative report by Lorie Johnson of CBN, we hear how coconut oil is helping people with Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and ALS.
There's some serious confusion about cholesterol, and whether high cholesterol levels are responsible for heart disease.
The FDA has approved a new test that detects the presence of proteins in the brain that have been connected to Alzheimer’s disease, despite proof that the test is not accurate.
A man on the west coast of Newfoundland claims a new treatment is helping his family cope with the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s disease.
Given all the evidence regarding insulin resistance, diabetes, and the link to Alzheimer’s, it is not surprising that people are reporting incredible benefits from consuming coconut oil.
An extremely high-fat (ketogenic) diet has been found to improve cognitive ability in Alzheimer's patients. These and other observations described below lead me to conclude that both a low-fat diet and statin drug treatment increase susceptibility to Alzheimer's.