Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
A recent study of over two thousand adults over age sixty-five found that what you eat could impact your chances of getting Alzheimer’s disease. The diet that provided the most benefits was a Mediterranean-style diet, which differs from typical American fare in that it is high in fish, vegetables, and legumes and low in red meant and poultry. Those study participants that followed a healthy, Mediterranean diet were about 40 percent less likely to experience cognitive decline than their less-healthy counterparts. Researchers suggest that being in the habit of eating healthy long before Alzheimer’s or dementia is likely to be a key factor in preventing cognitive impairment.
Friday, May 7, 2010
If you have purchased any of these medications, and wanted refunds for them, visit the website provided here and follow the instructions on how. I already sent the manufacturer/distributor my request for refunds and waiting for their phone call for confirmation.