If vitamin C and vitamin E prevent Alzheimer's disease, imagine
the good that comes from eating chlorella
The benefits of vitamin C and vitamin E continue to
mount: in this study, these two vitamins, when taken in combination,
showed a protective effect against Alzheimer's disease. And if
these isolated vitamins have a protective effect, imagine the
health benefits of consuming whole fruits and vegetables that
are loaded with a wide spectrum of healing nutrients!
Better yet, imagine the disease prevention power found in superfoods
like chlorella or spirulina. The fact is, whole foods and superfoods
help prevent not just Alzheimer's disease, but a long list of
serious diseases like cancer, diabetes and heart disease.
take this one step further, there's a long list of grocery store
foods, junk foods and restaurant foods that cause diseases like
cancer, diabetes and heart disease. If you avoid foods containing
metabolic disruptors like white sugar, hydrogenated oils, monosodium
glutamate, sodium nitrite, saturated animal fats, aspartame, and
refined grains (white flour), then you can avoid these serious
diseases in the first place.
don't know why this is such a big secret: it's the food that's
causing all the disease in the U.S. these days. Most common grocery
items are made with dangerous ingredients that compromise human
health. We are, in reality, poisoning ourselves at every meal.
vitamin E and C supplements together might reduce the risk of
developing Alzheimer's disease, a study suggests today.
Previous studies had hinted that the so-called antioxidant vitamins
might help protect the brain against the degenerative disease,
but the evidence has been far from conclusive.
At the beginning of the study, the team asked each recruit (or
a caregiver if the recruit had memory loss) about his or her use
of vitamin supplements.
These vitamins, known as antioxidants, could help shield the brain
from highly damaging molecules called free radicals.
Brain cells are particularly vulnerable to damage by free radicals,
which are produced along with the plaque found in the brains of