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  • I found this very interesting especially since I use to work in a Alzheimer's ward . Plus I with my own several health issues struggle with short term memory and I love blueberries. Thank you for this information.
  • This article was very informative.
  • Enjoyed reading there are positive things we can do to influence our good health.
  • CRAZYCOUTER
    Disappointed in another article that bashes saturated fat. Yes, trans fats are bad, very bad as well as vegetable oils (due to processing they can have .56 to 4.2 grams of trans fats in them). Read Eat Fat, Lose Fat by Dr Mary Enig (Biochemist who has studied fats for years) and Sally Fallon (Weston Price Foundation).
  • BRAINFUNCTION
    Great article. thank you,
  • KANAVEL
    Good information.
  • TURNDAPAGE
    Great Article very informative I took many notes. Let you all know how it goes.
  • ITSADOMINICAN
  • Great article and great info. Something to save and go back and read.
  • The best way to treat Alzheimers is early detection. Don't take anything the person says or does personally for they are not responsible for their actions with this horrific disease. It robs people and families of their lives. I once was told by my grandparents that your only grown up once and twice a child. I really never knew what they meant, until I had the cance to deal with people with Alzheimers. One of them being my father in law, whom we lost at age 63 to the disease and diabetes. My children didn't fully understand what was happening to their grandfather, but I am happy to say that it was one of their happiest times with him. He would get down in the floor and play board games with them, or trucks and race the little box cars and their faces would light up. It just broke my heart to have to explain to them why he passed away. Sometimes the anger canbe a side effect of the medication if it isn't adjusted right. Talk to the doctor. Not all Alzheimers patients can be cared for at home by family. So please don't feel guity if you have to have them go live in an adult living facility. But I do urge you to visit often and check their care as you can never be to careful to whom you leave a loved ones care. As the healthcare system is so over burden.
    I hope this helps you.
    Love Always Your Sister in Christ Jill
  • Alzheimers wow this is what my dad has I still do not know how to help him. I been reading and studying on it and he is becoming just like a child. He blames me for things and it hurts my feelings because I am always helping him out.

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