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     Fructose corn syrup - Explore how high fructose consumption is a prime cause of Alzheimer's, also, how Lifestyle's contribute to Alzheimer's, Dementia, poor Cognitive Thinking, and how CannabisLion's ManePsilocybinAmanita Muscaria was ingested as a successful treatment. (Amanita the Secret of Secrets)

     Fructose corn syrup, a commonly used sweetener in processed foods, has been linked to various health issues, including obesity, diabetes, and liver disease.

     Multiple studies have indicated that certain behaviors and conditions can contribute to an increased risk of Alzheimer's, dementia, and cognitive decline. These factors include:

  1. Sedentary lifestyle: Lack of physical activity has been associated with cognitive decline and an increased risk of dementia. Regular exercise can improve brain function and reduce the likelihood of cognitive impairment.

  2. Poor diet: A diet high in saturated and trans fats, sugar, and processed foods has been linked to a higher risk of Alzheimer's disease. Conversely, a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats may help protect against cognitive decline.

  3. Smoking and excessive alcohol consumption: These behaviors have been associated with an increased risk of dementia and cognitive impairment. Quitting smoking and reducing alcohol intake can help reduce this risk.
 

Why is Alzheimer's called Type 3 diabetes? The Brain Docs

Alzheimer's - Diabetes of the Brain Caused by Fructose?

Is Fructose a Driver of Alzheimer’s Disease? | Dr. Richard Johnson & Dr. Rob Lustig

Alzheimer's Disease: The EARLY WARNING SIGNS & How To Reverse It | Richard Johnson & Dale Bredesen

Alzheimer's Disease Starts in the Liver - Dr. Berg

Prof. Raphael Mechoulam: Father of THC & CBD on Cannabis for Alzheimer's

Dr. Ethan Russo, MD: Treating Alzheimer's & Other Dementia w/ Full Spectrum Cannabis

Dale Bredesen, MD: The First Survivors of Alzheimer's: How Patients Recovered Life and Hope

How to Cure Alzheimers and Dementia - Paul Stamets

Dr Joe Dispenza 'How to prevent/heal Alzheimer & Dementia Pt 6/7

Alzheimer's Disease & the Endocannabinoid System

Alzheimer’s Disease and Medical Cannabis


Cannabis, a Miracle Drug with Polyvalent Therapeutic Utility: Preclinical and Clinical-Based Evidence

Cannabis and Alzheimer’s Disease: What the Research Shows​

Cannabis-based medicine to be tested in Alzheimer's trial

Israeli Researcher Dedi Meiri On Cannabis, Alzheimer’s And Dementia​

A Review on Studies of Marijuana for Alzheimer’s Disease – Focusing on CBD, THC

CBD reduces plaque, improves cognition in model of familial Alzheimer's​

Emerging Promise of Cannabinoids for the Management of Pain and Associated Neuropathological Alterations in Alzheimer’s Disease

Despite Lack of Evidence, 10 States Allow Medical Marijuana for Alzheimer’s

The Experiments Revealing How Marijuana Could Treat Dementia

Cannabis as a Multifaceted Treatment Approach to Alzheimer’s Disease

ACTIVE INGREDIENT IN CANNABIS PROTECTS AGING BRAIN CELLS

The therapeutic potential of cannabis in Alzheimer's disease

Alzheimer’s Disease pathology

Alzheimer's Disease & the Endocannabinoid System

Alzheimer's Disease – Marijuana Doctors | Online Medical

CBD for Alzheimer’s: Treatment Reduces Plaque Buildups in the Brain That Causes Disease

The Potential Therapeutic Effects of THC on Alzheimer's Disease

A Review on Studies of Marijuana for Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease and Medical Cannabis

Big Alzheimer’s research roadblock: Federal government

2 accused of false Alzheimer's diagnoses charged with fraud

Shocking SCIENTIFIC FRAUD allegations against major medical research

 
Looking Into Psychedelics for Alzheimer's Research
 
Unveiling the Therapeutic Potentials of Mushroom Bioactive Compounds in Alzheimer’s Disease​

Lsd for the treatment of alzheimer's disease

Lion’s mane mushrooms can protect against dementia and Alzheimer’s

US20090274720A1 - Anti-dementia substance from hericium

Amanita muscaria extract potentiates production ...

      If you or someone you know is interested in exploring potential treatments for Alzheimer's or dementia, it is crucial to consult with medical professionals who can provide evidence-based guidance and ensure the safety of any interventions. Self-medication or experimenting with substances without proper medical supervision can be dangerous.

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