Moderate but Not Low-intensity Exercise Might Help Protect Brain from Alzheimer’s

Moderate but Not Low-intensity Exercise Might Help Protect Brain from Alzheimer’s
People at risk for Alzheimer’s disease who spend more time doing moderate-intensity exercise have a healthier level of glucose metabolism in the brain — considered a reflection of how healthy and active the brain really is. In contrast, low-intensity physical activity, such as a slow walk, was not related to brain metabolism, according to the research,

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  1. Robin Smith says:

    Thank you for your work. I was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s about a year ago and it is scary, scary. I’m 74, own my own small business, in otherwise good health. I did have breast cancer a few years ago and had a lumpectomy. I’m checking your site every day for new information. Again, thank you for your work. We really, really, appreciate it. Robin

    • Robin here is some information which will help you in your fight against Alzheimer’s and bring you hope. Silica water has been shown to improve cognition in people with Alzheimer’s. Dr. Chris Exley has conducted one study and will be starting another study soon. He is at Keele University in the UK. There have been other studies which have found a strong correlation between silica in drinking water and a reduced risk of Alzheimer’s. My mother in law has Alzheimer’s and my husband for the past several years has been researching ways to help her. He is a scientist so he read the scientific literature for an answer. What he learned compelled him to write a book. His mother is drinking silica water and taking some of the supplements recommended in his book which have been shown to improve cognition. Her condition has stabalized. We have also made 2 videos. Here is a link to our website. There are 7 Supplements, 7 Lifestyle choices and silica which have been found to improve brain health.

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