The prospect of developing dementia or Alzheimer's Disease are two of the most-feared health concerns people have. A recent study found a substance that may reduce a person's risk of developing Alzheimer's or dementia... and it's one that may surprise a lot of people.
So many different people have said this product has helped with so many different things that when other people hear about it, they don't believe it. They figure those people are imagining it. But what if all of them are looking at it the wrong way? What if they are overlooking the sort of "chain reaction" that might be involved?
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly half of all US adults have this problem that’s linked to heart disease, cancer and cognitive impairment. And it's also linked to ED, respiratory problems, and more. What is it?
One of most feared of all diseases is Alzheimer’s, which is certainly understandable. A lot of research has been done on this terrible disease. And that research has pinpointed certain genes that indicate a person’s likelihood of developing it. BUT, that’s far from the end of the story of anyone’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s because there are choices you can make that can reduce your risk of it despite your genes.
How does this one thing do so many different things for different people? Maybe it doesn't. Maybe it does just a few things that happen to do a lot of different things themselves.
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