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Alzheimers_entorhinal_cortex.PNG – The study, which was published in the journal Annals of Neurology, found that patients with rosacea had a 25 percent increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease and a 7 percent increased risk of dementia. More people are living longer these days, but the good news comes shadowed by the possible increase in cases of age-related mental decline. By some estimates, the global incidence of dementia will more than triple in the next 35 years. That grim prospect is what makes a study published in March in The Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease so encouraging: It turns out that regular walking, cycling, swimming, dancing and even gardening may substantially reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s. Something to keep in mind for sure. Thankfully, many people have cleared up their rosacea by eating a real food diet. Many times the reason for skin conditions is simply due to a food sensitivity! It is so important to eat a diet full of unprocessed foods and pay attention to food allergies and sensitivities.Alzheimer disease is expected to affect 65 million people by the year 2030, and developments like this are important to look at. Unfortunately, as with cancer and various other diseases, we are rushing to find a cure without paying any attention to the cause. According to official scientific literature, we do not know the cause of Alzheimer’s disease, but there is a wealth of scientific data that links Alzheimer’s to various environmental toxins, which include environmental pesticides sprayed on our food and near agricultural areas, and various toxic household products, for example.


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