We’re far enough into 2014 that most of those New Year’s resolutions are either firmly embedded lifestyle changes, or, more likely, blissfully disregarded. Of the things that people give up at the start of a new year, alcohol is among the most common, and there are usually associated reports of the benefits of reducing your alcohol intake, as highlighted by the… 811 more words
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Alzheimer's, cognitive decline and neurodegenerative disease linked to too much toxic 'free copper' in blood.
Copper is an essential dietary mineral that must be maintained at levels that are in proper balance with other essential dietary minerals like zinc. But having too much “free copper,” also known as bio-unavailable copper, circulating in the blood may indicate, or even be the cause of, some serious health problems, including cognitive decline, neurodegenerative disease and Alzheimer’s. 554 more words
A 2012 research paper conducted by researchers from the Centre for Research in Epidemiology and Population Health in France and University College London in the UK found that “cognitive decline can begin as early as age 45”. 397 more words