The connection between Alzheimer’s and cardiovascular disease is real. Learning about this connection also becomes the key to preventing both of these diseases.
The educational videos on this page (and in my next post) will help you understand this connection and provide you with a game plan for prevention!
It’s normal to experience a loss of memory with age. What’s not normal is for this loss of memory to become so dysfunctional that it leads to dementia diseases like Alzheimer’s. Because of this Alzheimer’s has become the number one fear of the Baby Boomer population. That fear centers on experiencing the emotional, physical, and financial devastation of seeing a loved one suffer from this dreaded disease.
Here’s the good news:
There are steps you can take to prevent this sad reality for yourself and your loved ones!
These educational videos will help you develop a simple but highly effective game plan for prevention. You really do have the power to make choices that will enhance your health and lower your risk.
You Can Prevent Alzheimer’s and Cardiovascular Disease Naturally!
FACT: One out of five people (20%) over 65 and 50% of people over age 85 are afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease. Approximately 5.2 million Americans and 26.6 million people worldwide currently suffer with this disease. Sources: U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Alzheimer’s Association.
The other sad reality is that there is currently no known cure for Alzheimer’s. Once you have it it’s a progressively disabling disease that will result in death.
Pretty depressing until you understand the following:
The Cure Lies in Prevention!
That’s right. You have the power to make a significant difference in how this disease affects you, as well as the people around you. There is enough research and clinical data to positively demonstrate that if you properly care for your cardiovascular system you will substantially reduce your risk for Alzheimer’s and cardiovascular disease.
Our first educational video helps set the stage:
Alzheimer’s and Cardiovascular Disease Video 1
The Connection Between Alzheimer’s and Cardiovascular Disease!
Alzheimer’s is a progressive brain disorder and is the most common form of dementia. More and more research is showing that there is a direct connection between Alzheimer’s and cardiovascular disease.
This next video will help you understand the connection between your cardiovascular system and brain function. If your circulation is compromised then you will compromise brain function. They go hand-in-hand. To improve both we look at:
- Antioxidants to Reduce Free Radical Damage!
- The Need for Folate or Vitamin B9!
- How Omega-3 Fatty Acids Lower the Risk of Alzheimer’s by 40 to 50 Percent!
- The Need for Beta Carotene!
Our goal is to help you develop a cost effect, natural approach that can make a significant impact on all aspects of your overall wellness. Enjoy the video:
Alzheimer’s and Cardiovascular Disease Video 2
We’ll Continue This Series on Alzheimer’s and Cardiovascular Disease in Our Next Post!
Folic acid, omega-3 fatty acids, and beta carotene have all been shown to significantly reduce your risks for both Alzheimer’s and cardiovascular disease. In our next post we will examine Iron and the Mediterranean diet as part of the mix. Our goal is to give you a game plan for the prevention of Alzheimer’s and cardiovascular disease since they are strongly related.
While I cannot promise you that if you follow the plan of action outlined in my next post you will be free from these dreaded diseases, I do believe you will significantly reduce your risk. Not only can you lower your risk but you can also empower others to lower their risk for Alzheimer’s and cardiovascular disease as well.
Together we can work to save a million lives!
Dan Hammer has a background in biology, chemistry, and exercise physiology. He used to run one of the largest health club operations in the Chicagoland area and has been helping people with their wellness issues for more than 25 years.
The information contained in this article is for general information purposes only and never as a substitute for professional medical advice or medical exam. The information about Alzheimer’s and cardiovascular disease has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and should not be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease without the supervision of a qualified medical doctor.