Alzheimer’s Disease Fueled by Gut Bacteria New Study Finds

A link has been found between intestinal bacteria and Alzheimer’s disease. What does this mean exactly? Well, Swedish researchers from Lund University have found that some types of gut bacteria were the cause of accelerating the onset of Alzheimer’s. These researchers studied both healthy mice and mice who had Alzheimer’s. They put both gut bacteria from…

How to Grow Buckets Full of Blueberries at Home

Blueberries are packed with nutrients and can offer us a large amount of health benefits. Do you eat blueberries often enough? One study done back in 2012 actually showed that eating just one single serving of blueberries a week can work to slow down cognitive decline. This meaning that eating blueberries once a week will help…

10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s

As we age, we all experience loss of memory and cognitive function, but how exactly to we tell the difference between the normal signs of aging and mental disease? While we all may experience signs of this condition at one point or another in our life, if you are concerned, and experience various symptoms, you…