Today, we look at some of the interesting news happening in the space for Alzheimer’s Disease. First, we deep dive into how having a healthy diet can slow down Alzheimer, and some of the research which points to certain food/drinks containing nutrients which will be helpful to curb against Alzheimer’s Disease.

Alzheimer’s Disease news – 15 August 2017

  1. Diet And It’s Benefits For Slowing Alzheimer

12 News reported on how a healthy diet can slow down the progression of Alzheimer’s Disease. What is being mentioned is the importance for the diet to consists of a healthy dose of fats, vegetables and anti-oxidants. This is crucial as a cure remains elusive, and the article suggested management measures.

At CuraHOPE, you might have noticed that we consistently talked about the importance of a healthy diet and exercise. For incurable diseases and conditions, there are immense benefits which comes with staying active and healthy.

  1. Cuppa Could Mitigate Against Alzheimer

Researchers at Edith Cowan University School of Medicine and Health Sciences have looked at more than 100 studies involving tea consumption and concluded that white, black and green tea can reduce some of the risk factors linked to Diabetes and Alzheimer.

However, looking at the trials and some of the natural conclusions drawn, we feel that the study though encouraging might not be very helpful in coming up with cures in the long term. While we can establish certain behavioural habits contributing to reduced risk, we should focus on combatting against the disease itself.

Alzheimer is a costly and expensive disease and continuing to read about the disease in various media just leads us down a path of one with little hope for cures. Now is the time for action, join us on our fight now.

About the Author Shane

Shane is passionate about the medical industry and constantly envisions a world without incurable diseases and chronic conditions. He seeks to use his entrepreneurship, venture capital and sales and marketing experience to bring real change to the medical industry, one insight at a time. In his spare time, he likes to spend time with his family, do online learning and read.

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