Reading stimulates a wide range of areas in the brain and promotes overall brain health.
A study published in AANPublic showed that people who read regularly are 2.5 times less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease.
Our founder, Dr. Elroy Vojdani, MD, IFMCP, and his father Dr. Aristo Vojdani conducted scientific research which revealed that Alzheimer’s disease is significantly affected by lifestyle choices and habits.
Fight Alzheimer’s with extra-virgin olive oil!
A Temple University study found that compounds in extra-virgin olive reduces the brain changes that lead to Alzheimer’s disease.
Olive oil contains monounsaturated fats, which are a major component in brain cells. Our recommendation is that you purchase olive oil stored in a dark bottle and one that has a production date.
Can a diet help with Alzheimers? Yes! A gluten and dairy free mediterranean diet. My research published in The Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease reported that dairy and gluten may contribute to Amyloid plaque formation – the hallmark of Alzheimer’s.
Protect your brain health by lowering Blood Pressure.
At Wake Forest University researchers found that bringing systolic blood pressure below 120 mm Hg can reduce the chances of developing mild cognitive impairment – often a precursor to dementia.