Memory Loss Caused By Alzheimer’s Disease Is Reversible Through A Systems-Based Treatment Approach

Nichole Tucker - Author

Jun. 19 2016, Updated 1:52 p.m. ET

Alzheimer’s disease and permanent memory loss have always gone hand-in-hand, until now. A new study shows that memory loss in people who have Alzheimer’s disease is reversible through a combination of nutrition, medication, and lifestyle change.

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The study, which was conducted by the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, in collaboration with the UCLA Easton Laboratories for Neurodegenerative Disease Research, involved a 10-patient trial in which subjects were tested for signs of memory loss prior to a lifestyle intervention and were tested again afterward. In the trial, improvements in memory were measured by quantitative MRI scans and neuropsychological testing. This study procedure mimics a scientific protocol known as “metabolic enhancement for neurodegeneration.” According to Science Daily, this protocol is the scientific recipe for the reversal of cognitive decline.


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