Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Problems, are Sugar, Excessive Carbohydrates, and Fat the Problem?

This morning we are discussing the growing problem of Alzheimer’s disease as well as memory problems.  The pharmaceutical community has tenaciously been pursuing solutions to these issues, yet unfortunately the results to date have not been satisfactory to many clinicians and patients.  Today we discuss the new relationships tying obesity and type II diabetes to Alzheimer’s disease, and the lifestyle interventions that could be employed to combat these changes.
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