Jul 3, 2015

Seven Factors Fighting The Alzheimer's disease

  It took me five years, to prove my theorem that the probability to suffer from the Alzheimer's disease is higher if you leave in a rich country. Take a look at the table - Link.

For the past five years I had conducted a survey among 5,130 people from 30 countries and these are the following conclusions:
1. Benzodiazepine pills are your number one brain foe, don't use it under the age of 55.   
2. Fried food is your second brain foe.
3. Drinking milk is your third brain foe.
4. Eating Salmon and/or Herrings fishes is bad for your brain. 
5. Eating vegetables and fruits will not really help you. 
6. Eat buckwheat in your meals, this might help your brain to recover.
7. You may continue smoking and drinking, these habits have no influence on our brains.

For more information - Link

Who Gets Alzheimer’s Disease? - Source

  • 2-in-3  people with Alzheimer’s are women. (Alzheimer’s Association)
  • African American and Hispanic Americans are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s than white Americans. (Alzheimer’s Association)
  • North Dakota has a higher rate of Alzheimer’s mortality than any other state (54 Alzheimer’s deaths a year per 100,000 residents)
  • Alzheimer’s mortality is lowest in Nevada (11 Alzheimer’s deaths a year per each 100,000 residents) (Alzheimer’s Association)
  • 30% of people with Alzheimer’s also have heart disease, and 29% also have diabetes. (Alzheimer’s Association)