Preventing Alzheimer’s disease

Suzi Smith, used with permission

“Despite swimming in a sea of glucose, brain cells in people with insulin resistance literally begin starving to death.” says Dr. Georgia Ede, a Harvard- trained psychologist.

A staggering 80% of people with Alzheimer’s Disease have insulin resistance or full-blown type 2 diabetes. The connection between insulin resistance and Alzheimer’s Disease is now so firmly established that scientists have started referring to Alzheimer’s Disease as “Type 3 Diabetes.

Preventing Alzheimer’s disease may just be easier than you think.

Start by removing refined carbohydrates from your diet, which can be challenging for many people because they are ‘delicious’, inexpensive and convenient, but don’t forget that they are also very addictive.

If it is primarily your diet, not your DNA, that controls your destiny then we recommend you #choosehealth.