UCLA STUDY: NON-DRUG TREATMENT MAY REVERSE ALZHEIMER'S

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  1. Susana

    Susana New Member

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    "In the UCLA protocol, patients made dramatic lifestyle changes. They avoided simple carbs, gluten and processed foods. They increased their fish intake, took yoga and meditated. They were instructed to take melatonin, get adequate sleep, incorporate vitamin B-12, vitamin D-3 and fish oil.

    Within six months, nine patients saw a noticeable improvement in memory. One patient, who was in the late stages of Alzheimer's, did not show improvement."

    http://impactaging.com/papers/v6/n9/full/100690.html

    What you think about this study?
     
  2. CoolTweetPete

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    Mmmmm lovely supplement list.

    There has been a lot of success in treating Alzheimers with Methylene Blue from the work Haidut has posted.

    This line from the summary stood out.

    "•These anecdotal results suggest the need for a controlled clinical trial of the therapeutic program."

    I would think about half of the things they had them doing (avoiding gluten, processed food, yoga, meditation, sleep) are probably effective therapies without the fish oil, which may have actually held them back.
     
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