If you drink apple juice with cinnamon, look after your gums, read, dance and take an aspirin a day - you are well on your way to preventing Alzheimer's disease.
When bestselling author Jean Carper discovered she had the Alzheimer's gene, she was determined to find out if there was anything she could do to help herself. In this book, she teaches readers how to take simple and effective steps to prevent Alzheimer's disease, providing the scientific rationale behind the tools in the book and detailing instructions on how readers can apply particular steps to their lives.
Based on the latest scientific findings and distilled into 100 short chapters, 100 Simple Things You Can do to Prevent Alzheimer's is full of surprising strategies for battling age-related memory loss, including drinking apple juice, taking care of your gums and even simply trying new things.
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There is a gem of knowledge and insight on every page. Most important, this book offers hope. I strongly recommend it to anyone who wants to protect their minds as they grow old. - Ohio State University
A wonderful book that appeals to the lay person, physician and scientist alike, with its beautiful outlined 'what to do' approaches to dealing with the threat of such a frightening disease. It is a must read for all of us. - University of Western Ontario
I highly recommend this marvelous book to anyone wanting to maintain their cognitive abilities during aging and reduce their risk of Alzheimer's - which should be all of us! - Florida Alzheimer's Disease Research Centre
With style and wit Jean Carper has assembled all the simple things that people can do to delay the onset of age-related memory loss, an idea that may sound revolutionary to some, but is all research-based. My advice is simple: Read this book! -
About the Author
Jean Carper is a well-known authority on health and nutrition. She is a former senior medical correspondent for CNN in Washington and a former radio and TV on-air reporter. She has written 23 books, including three New York Times bestsellers: Food: Your Miracle Medicine, Stop Aging Now! and Miracle Cures.