The “Mind Diet” and the Documentary “Monster in the Mind”: Research that Could Greatly Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Posted on July 9, 2016



Steve Mensing, Editor

♦ “We are so trapped by our irrational fear of Alzheimer’s and dementia that we typically view them as our fate—a hopeless, genetically determined punishment of living too long that condemns us to an agonizing descent into oblivion. Do not believe it. In truth, much of dementia in old age is self-inflicted and predestined, not by genes, but by the way we live our lives.Leading researchers worldwide have discovered many ways to help keep dementia from destroying your aging brain.” Jean Carper, Medical Writer

In recent years researchers in the field of Alzheimer’s and dementia have noted the impact of diet, nutrition, lifestyle, exercise, developing purpose, interests, hobbies, learning, and friendships on Alzheimer’s and dementia. One new development is the “Mind Diet” combining the DASH Diet and the Mediterranean Diet with eating berries: Blueberries, Blackberries, Raspberries, Tart Cherries, Concord Grapes, Elderberries, and Strawberries.

Learn about the Mind Diet and “Monster in the Mind” Action Plan below:

http://www.webmd.com/alzheimers/features/mind-diet-alzheimers-disease

http://www.cbsnews.com/media/mind-diet-foods-avoid-alzheimers-boost-brain-health/

http://www.monsterinthemind.com/action-plan/

Posted in: Articles