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Healio News 09/19/2019 09:40
Further studies are needed to better understand the impact of exercise training on neuroimaging biomarkers of [Alzheimer’s disease] dementia in older adults.
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PR Newswire 09/19/2019 09:02
Her nonprofit The Women's Alzheimer's Movement grew out of "The Shriver Report" findings and now works to hammer the point home that women are at an increased risk for the disease.
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Several epidemiological studies reported that following a Mediterranean diet can lower your risk of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s.
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Research from UT Southwestern found that people who had accumulation of amyloid beta in the brain - a hallmark of Alzheimer's disease - experienced slower degeneration in a region of the brain crucial for memory if they exercised regularly for one year.
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Researchers from the University of Texas found that people who had an accumulation of amyloid beta protein in the brain - an early sign that Alzheimer's disease is on the way- experienced slower degeneration in a region of the brain crucial for memory if they exercised regularly for one year.
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CNN (United States) 09/17/2019 12:02
Most physicians believe in the power of exercise to support overall brain health, but fewer believe that exercise can specifically impact people with early Alzheimer's," Isaacson said.
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Alzheimer’s Society points out that combining the results of 11 studies shows that regular exercise can significantly reduce the risk of developing dementia by about 30 per cent.
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FeedNavigator (EU) 09/17/2019 10:37
Physical activity (PA) has been central in the life of our species for most of its history, and thus shaped our physiology during evolution. However, only recently the health consequences of a sedentary lifestyle, and of highly energetic diets, are becoming clear. It has been also acknowledged that lifestyle and diet can induce epigenetic modifications which modify chromatin structure and gene expression, thus causing even heritable metabolic outcomes. Many studies have shown that PA can reverse at least some of the unwanted effects of sedentary lifestyle, and can also contribute in delaying brain aging and degenerative pathologies such as Alzheimer’s Disease, diabetes, and multiple sclerosis. Most importantly, PA improves cognitive process.
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In order to optimise brain health, delay or help prevent Alzheimer’s, you could try the Longevity Diet plus additional nutrients including extra olive oil (50ml per day) and nuts (30g per day.
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