Alzheimer’s could be prevented and even cured by boosting the brain’s own immune response, new research suggests.
You can boost your brain’s own immune response with adequate sleep, proper nutrition, exercise and avoidance of environmental toxins. Massage, positive social life and less stress also help.
I have been caring for many seniors in the bay area. Some of them have trauma during their early 20s. Most eat pork and lots of processed foods and sugar.
Some have no social life and no families to care for them. They are unhappy and not sociable. They deprived their bodies of good nutrition and adequate sleep. In their kitchen are processed foods.
Healthy aging starts with a healthy immune system.
Healthy immune system is influenced by good nutrition, adequate sleep, regular exercise, positive and active social environment , epigenetics (health of our parents, our environment).
- Bacteria in our body may travel to the brain and influenced by toxins such as sugar, chronic stress, meds/drugs, alcohol, and other internal or external toxins.
Researchers at Standford University discovered that nerve cells die because cells which are supposed to clear the brain of bacteria, viruses and dangerous deposits stop working. They stop working because brain cells are covered by toxins, we detox during sleep. Toxins cannot clear because of our sedentary lifestyle (lack of sunshine and exercise) , lack of sleep and what we ingested (processed foods/toxins).
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