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Diet and Alzheimer’s: A Correlation

Written by Gary North on September 24, 2016

We all fear Alzheimer’s. No one wants to become a vegetable who is dependent on his family or some expensive staff.

There are lots of health food assessments and diets. Whether they work or not is mostly guesswork and faith. So is the following. But this was published in Psychology Today. This does not make it true, but at least it makes it acceptable within the limits of conventional medicine. It means that there is conventional research behind it. This research comes to semi-conventional findings. What amazes me is this: the findings are consistent with correlations that medical science has been aware of for years. Yet I am only now hearing about this. This information should be widely known among laymen. It isn’t.

The findings are consistent with what Francis Pottenger told me in 1949. He was my personal physician when I was 7-9 years old. Today, once again, I am happy that he was. He got me well in 18 months. He may have kept me well ever since. I have followed his regimen ever since.

I offer this in the spirit of friendly sharing. Read it while you still can.

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