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Scientific Research on Diet for Memory Loss

New research shows that specific diet changes may reduce Alzheimer's disease (AD) risk! Physicians now recommend  patients make specific dietary changes for both AD treatment and prevention.

2013: New research supports that specific antioxidants can improve memory and protect the brain, especially dark chocolate powder. Try CocoaVia Dietary Supplement, Unsweetened, Dark Chocolate, one or two packets per day for proven brain boosting support!

Summer: People who ate diets high in specific Vitamins and Omega-3 fatty acids had higher memory scores, and people that ate diets high in trans-fats had more shrinkage of brain areas responsible for memory, and worse memory.
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To learn about the specific types of changes that may be helpful, including a comprehensive 9-week diet and nutrition plan, with examples of what to eat, what not to eat, and a food terminology guide to help read and understand nutrition labels, read the new book Alzheimer's Treatment Alzheimer's Prevention . The book highlights a step-by-step approach of scientifically-studied ways to improve memory and protect the brain through diet and nutrition.

New book: "The Alzheimer's Diet"

The new book, The Alzheimer’s Diet: A Step-by-Step Nutritional Approach to Memory Loss Prevention & Treatment by Drs. Isaacson and Ochner (Columbia University), expands on the sequential 9-Week Diet plan first developed by Dr. Isaacson and detailed in Alzheimer's Treatment Alzheimer's Prevention that has been recommended to countless patients, caregivers,and their family members. Diet Memory Loss   This easy-to-follow guide aims to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, enhance memory and improve overall health.

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