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Welcome to Alzheimer's Avoidance

Are you worried about developing dementia or Alzheimer’s disease as you approach retirement age? If you are over 40, then this is a subject you cannot ignore!

Alzheimer’s Avoidance does not offer a cure or guarantee that you will not develop dementia but we are confident that we can offer you the best chance of avoidance.

We would like to pass on, free of charge, our results of extensive research in regimes that are science based and will, with a minimal change in lifestyle, significantly reduce the prospects of acquiring Alzheimer’s disease.

Many of our recommendations can be found in scientific reports and articles on the Internet. You can shortcut hours of surfing and find out first hand what is known and how to apply it by joining this web site. We will provide access to a continuous update of new developments relating to improvements in Alzheimer’s Avoidance by providing a dedicated web site for our members.

Facts:

  • Sporadic Alzheimer’s disease (AD) affects 8% of people over 65 and 50% of people over 85. If you have a family member who has been affected the odds will be much higher.
  • AD currently affects 10 million people worldwide costing $100 billion in the US and £23 billion in the UK. This equates to one percent of the world's gross domestic product (GDP).
  • It is estimated that 50 million people could develop this disease by mid century. Alzheimer's disease has more than doubled since 1980 reaching around 0.7 million in the UK, increasingly seen in younger people and projected to double again in the next generation.
  • Alzheimer’s disease accounts for around 60% of neuronal diseases. Factor in the extra 40% and the above statistics are significantly worse. Women are more likely than men to have AD.
  • Lifestyle and dietary changes will affect all of these diseases to some extent and what is good for avoiding dementia is also good for cardiovascular diseases, obesity and general health!

A cure for Alzheimer's disease?

To date, drugs have been developed that in some cases can slow the development of the disease once diagnosed. There is no cure, serum or any other treatment available now, although drugs are under development that may provide a cure in the future. Realistically, it could be at least 5 years before these are tested and become widely available. Until there is a cure, the only answer is avoidance!

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