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Alzheimer’s Protein Found in Young Brains for the First Time

The hallmark protein that builds up and damages brain nerves in Alzheimer's disease may start accumulating as early as in our 20s

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Alzheimer’s doesn’t happen overnight. Like heart disease, it take decades to accumulate the damage. Also like heart disease, you can see early signs decades before the development of heart disease. Both are driven by inflammation. Therefore it makes sense that following an anti-inflammatory diet for a lifetime is your best “drug” against both chronic diseases.

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