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Is It Ordinary Memory Loss, or Alzheimer’s Disease?

Soon after her 65th birthday, a close friend became increasingly worried about her memory, wondering if she could have the beginnings of dementia. Although she seemed to have no more difficulty than the rest of us her age in remembering events, names and places, her physician suggested that, given her level of concern, she should have things checked out.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Both are a consequence of increased neuroinflammation.  Therefore the best approach to both is to follow an anti-inflammatory diet.

 

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