I am bringing this item to your attention because there is good reason to simply add a dose of vitamin D3 to your daily protocol. DHA is also mentioned, but i suspect an excellent diet solves that. Obviously a poor unbalanced diet will allow chronic damage to occur and be also accumulated. Yet that is best corrected first by diet.
I personally do use 2 tabs of D3 along with plus 3000 miligrams of vitamin C every day as well as Co-enzyme to offset the negative effects of my prescription statins. I am presently side effect free.
The more i think about it, the more i am convinced that our deficiency in vitamin D3 is the source of much of our age onset debilitation. This item merely informs us that it is a prime mover in Alzheimer's.
Alzheimer's Disease REVERSED In 9 out of 10 patients
- In one study, adults over the age of 65 with insufficient vitamin D3 in their blood were shown to have twice the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease as those with sufficient levels. And the risk for Alzheimer's increased with the degree of vitamin D deficiency.1
- In another study, researchers discovered that mice bred to develop Alzheimer's disease that were given a DHA-rich diet had fewer brain-clogging plaques often associated with the disease.2
- Supplementing your diet with vitamins and nutrients, including a specific DHA-rich omega-3 oil and vitamin D3;
- Eliminating all simple carbohydrates (sugars, corn syrup, soft drinks, candy), gluten and processed food from the diet, and eating more organic vegetables and non-farmed fish;
- Using meditation and yoga to reduce stress;
- Sleeping at least 8 hours per night;
- Exercising vigorously at least 4 to 6 days per week;
"Imagine having a roof with 36 holes in it, and your drug patched one hole very well. The drug may have worked, and a single hole may have been fixed, but you still have 35 other leaks, and so the underlying process may not be affected much."