Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease – a new approach Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a poorly understood, progressive neurological condition that affects approximately 30 million people worldwide. It can be seen to be a disease of modern civilization, and while conventional thinking labels it as irreversible, recent research suggests that with the right approach, this may not be the […]

20th August, 2016 Read more...

Stopping Smoking, Diet and Epigenetics

The consequences of stopping smoking are substantive, but they are not experienced immediately. In a number of research papers suggestions are that it depends on age, duration and volume of smoking, but after 5 years the risk of primary lung cancer  tends to match that of a non-smoker. Although the hazards of smoking until age […]

10th November, 2014 Read more...

Vitamin D, dementia and Alzheimer’s part 2

Memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s reversed: Small trial succeeds using systems approach to memory disorders A recent trial has used what if effectively the functional medicine approach to treat Alzheimer’s disease. The approach is personalised to the patient, based on extensive testing to determine what is affecting the plasticity signalling network of the brain. As […]

9th October, 2014 Read more...

Vitamin D What you need to know

Vitamin D is fast becoming known as a ‘super-nutrient’. No longer just an important nutrient for healthy bones, research is now finding that deficiency of this fat-soluble vitamin can be linked to a wide range of health problems, from cancer and cardiovascular disease to cognitive impairment and problems with auto-immunity such as multiple sclerosis and […]

9th October, 2014 Read more...

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