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Mother-Daughter Team Collaborate on Alzheimer's Caregiving Guide "If Only You Would Ask: A Guide to Spending Quality Time with the Elderly"

For five years, Joan Berger Bachman and her 92-year-old mother, Eileen Opatz Berger teamed up to write, If Only You Would Ask, A Guide to Spending Quality Conversation with the Elderly. 824 more words


Lion’s Mane is nature’s gift to your nervous system! It’s the only mushroom possessing not one but TWO potent nerve growth factors, showing potential benefits for Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, mild cognitive impairment, multiple sclerosis, leg cramps, anxiety and more. -Improved cognitive function -Nerve regeneration, remyelination, and increased Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) -Improved digestive function and relief from gastritis -Immunosupportive, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant -Anticoagulant; mild ACE inhibitor; improved lipid profile The science about lion’s mane is in its infancy, but evidence already points to unparalleled therapeutic benefits for numerous diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system, summarized in the table below, and the list seems to be growing by the day. -Cancer: One animal study found an extract of lion’s mane inhibited the spread of colon cancer cells to the lung by 66 to 69 percent; the mushroom has also been shown to induce apoptosis in leukemia cells and inhibits angiogenesis -Thrombosis: Hericenone B appears to “potently and specifically inhibit collagen-induced platelet aggregation” Mild ACE Inhibitor: The exact molecule underlying this effect is not currently known, but it is thought to be a bioactive peptide -Lipids: Reported to reduce triglycerides and improve LDL and HDL levels (lion’s mane mycelium, specifically) -Fat Metabolism: Increases the expression of several genes involved in fat metabolism -Wound Healing: Topical application of the extract was found to accelerate wound healing #naturalhealing #cancercure #mushrooms #fungi #canmushroomssavetheplanet #raynegrant

Seniors - Raise fitness level; Improve brain function - KU

Science Daily reported that a professor of neurology at Kansas University (KU) Alzheimer’s Disease Center, led a six-month trial conducted with healthy adults ages 65 and older who showed no signs of cognitive decline. 403 more words


"The Story of AlzAuthors," or "How 3 Daughters of Dementia Started a Global Community of Authors Sharing their Alzheimer's & Dementia Caregiving Stories"

Join me as I tell the story of AlzAuthors, the global community of authors sharing their Alzheimer’s and dementia stories to light the way for others, on Friday, June 21st at 2 pm at Middletown Thrall Library, Middletown, New York. 353 more words


Teeth brushing may fight Alzheimer's

As a person with no less than three cases of Alzheimer’s/dementia in his family, I have serious interest in anything relating to maintaining brain health and function. 366 more words


5G technolgy & the internet of things: too dangerous to ignore

5G Technology is set to hit America and Canada in 2020—just months away! However, the real buzz is not hooking up a smart fridge or smart thermostat, but the vast implications of this emerging technology for our health, privacy and freedom. 2,208 more words

pumpkin seeds

PRIMARY MICRO NUTRIENTS Vitamin E, Copper, Phosphorus, Potassium, Manganese, Magnesium, Iron SECONDARY MICRO NUTRIENTS Zinc TERTIARY MICRO NUTRIENTS Selenium 560 more words
Anti-oxidant Protection