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Alzheimer's breakthrough: scientists discover omega-3s override the bad gene causing Alzheimer's

https://naturalnews.com/031499_omega-3s_Alzheimers.html

Having the APOE4 gene greatly ups your risk of getting Alzheimer's disease, a dreaded and deadly form of dementia affecting about five million Americans. ... So far, his results show a diet high in omega-3 oils and low in cholesterol significantly reduce the negative effects of the Alzheimer's causing APOE4 gene in mouse models. "...

Eating eggs and other sources of dietary cholesterol NOT linked to risk of stroke, according to study

https://naturalnews.com/2019-11-11-eating-eggs-not-linked-to-risk-of-stroke.html

Of those, 32% were known carriers of APOE4 [a genetic condition which significantly impacts cholesterol metabolism and causes dietary cholesterol to have more of an impact on serum cholesterol levels]. … During a follow-up of 21 years, 217 men were diagnosed with stroke. The study found that neither dietary cholesterol nor egg consumption was associated with the risk of stroke — not even in carriers of APOE4. "...

Being sedentary can put you at risk of dementia

https://naturalnews.com/2018-11-05-being-sedentary-can-put-you-at-risk-of-dementia.html

The presence of a single APOE e4 allele in the genes of an adult increases his or her vulnerability to Alzheimer’s disease by 300 percent. ... Over the course of the next five years, they underwent evaluation for the presence of the APOE e4 allele and physical activity . "...

Scientists say eating eggs for breakfast helps boost brain function

https://naturalnews.com/2019-03-13-eating-eggs-for-breakfast-will-help-boost-brain-functions.html

He also added that it is assumed that dietary cholesterol has a greater impact on blood cholesterol levels among carriers of the APOE4 gene. However, Virtanen and his colleagues reported that even carriers of the APOE4 gene don’t seem to have anything to fear when it comes to eating eggs or any other form of dietary cholesterol. "...

Study looks at the link between inflammation and the spread of Alzheimer's

https://naturalnews.com/2018-11-01-link-between-inflammation-and-the-spread-of-alzheimers.html

Researchers already knew that having the ApoE4 gene put people more at risk of developing Alzheimer’s, but it was unclear why some of those with the gene do not go on to develop the disease. ... They looked at more than 3,000 people, including those who have the ApoE4 gene, and studied their levels of C-reactive protein , which is a measurement of inflammation in the body. "...

Does "bad cholesterol" have a role in early-onset Alzheimer's disease?

https://naturalnews.com/2020-01-26-does-bad-cholesterol-have-a-role-in-early-onset-alzheimers-disease.html

They looked at APOE E4 expression and other potential genetic variants that have a link with early-onset Alzheimer’s. ... Based on the results, around 10 percent of people with early-onset Alzheimer’s had the APOE E4 variant. "...

Living in a polluted city increases the risk for Alzheimer's and suicide among children and young adults

https://naturalnews.com/2018-06-06-living-in-a-polluted-city-increases-the-risk-for-alzheimers-and-suicide-among-children-and-young-adults.html

Aside from dangerously unhealthy levels of PM2.5, they also found Apolipoprotein E (APOE 4), a known genetic risk factor for conditions such as Alzheimer’s. ... Those who are APOE 4 carriers were also more likely to commit suicide, controlling for age and particulate exposure. "...

New research suggests snoring is linked to Alzheimer's

https://naturalnews.com/2017-07-27-new-research-suggests-snoring-is-linked-to-alzheimers.html

4 (APOE-?4) allele, which transports cholesterol and facilitates brain injury repair in healthy people. Around 20 percent of the people in the United States likely carry the APOE-?4 allele , while 40 percent of Americans likely snore while sleeping, the study said. "...

Exposure to DDT linked to increased risk of Alzheimer's disease in elderly adults

https://naturalnews.com/043752_DDT_exposure_Alzheimers_disease_elderly_adults.html

Alzheimer's patients showing expression of the gene ApoE typically possess greater risk for Alzheimer's; in concordance, the highest measured levels of DDE were correlated with the most severe cognitive impairments in those with ApoE gene expression. "We need to conduct further research to determine whether this occurs and how the chemical compound interacts with the ApoE4 gene," says Jason R. "...

Study: Alzheimer's drugs appear to cause severe brain swelling

https://naturalnews.com/033183_Alzheimers_drugs_brain_swelling.html

They did, however, have mutated APOE4 genes, which is indicative of an elevated risk of Alzheimer's . "...

Exercise halts 'dementia gene' from being expressed, keeps your brain healthy

https://naturalnews.com/044998_exercise_dementia_gene_brain_health.html

The activity levels of each of the participants were gauged in conjunction with whether or not they possessed a gene known as APOE-e4, which has been associated with an increased risk of dementia. ... What they found is that those with APOE-e4 who exercised at least three times a week experienced a lesser overall decrease in brain mass, a common sign of dementia, compared to those who engaged in little or no exercise. "...

Tea consumption protects the brain from neurodegenerative disease

https://naturalnews.com/2018-11-27-tea-consumption-protects-the-brain-from-neurodegenerative-disease.html

Furthermore, those who carry the APOE-e4 gene, a biological marker that predisposes a person to develop Alzheimer’s disease at a later age, were less likely to manifest the condition. ... Participants who regularly consumed tea showed a 50 percent lowered risk of developing dementia, while APOE-e4 carriers had a 86 percent reduced risk of cognitive impairment. "...

Regular tea consumption linked to healthy cognitive function: Study

https://naturalnews.com/2020-08-03-regular-tea-consumption-linked-to-healthy-cognition.html

Meanwhile, tea drinkers who possessed the APOE4 gene variant – a known risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease – reduced their risk of cognitive decline by as much as 86 percent . "...

Tiny particles from city air invade peoples brains, interfere with cognition

https://naturalnews.com/2017-02-12-tiny-particles-from-city-air-invade-peoples-brains-interfere-with-cognition.html

The scientists also suggest that women carrying the APOE4 gene were more at risk for pollution-related dementia. "...

Toxic particles from air pollution causing people's brains to swell... "city life" linked to brain deterioration

https://naturalnews.com/2017-02-04-toxic-particles-from-air-pollution-is-causing-peoples-brains-to-swell.html

Women who carried the APOE4 gene — which increases the risk of Alzheimer’s disease — exhibited the highest risk of getting dementia. "...

Exploring the cardioprotective properties of lactoferrin

https://naturalnews.com/2020-11-26-exploring-the-cardioprotective-properties-of-lactoferrin.html

. - The researchers conducted glucose tolerance tests (OGTT) at weeks 0, 4, 8 and 12 and measured serum, liver and fecal lipid levels at the end of the experiment. - They also conducted a pathological examination of the livers, whole aortas and aortic sinuses of the mice and measured the expression of proteins related to cholesterol synthesis, absorption and excretion. - The researchers reported no significant difference between the body weight, food intake and OGTT results of the four groups....

Dangerous Alzheimer's treatment drug DONEPEZIL being widely prescribed "off-label" was never approved for such uses by the FDA

https://naturalnews.com/2017-05-02-dangerous-alzheimers-treatment-drug-donepezil-being-widely-prescribed-off-label-was-never-approved-by-the-fda.html

Together with the apolipoprotein E4 (APOE-?4) gene, butyrylcholinesterase (BCHE) has become recently one of the few Alzheimer’s disease (AD) susceptibility genes with distinct pharmacogenomic properties,” the UCLA researchers pointed out. "...

Study: Consuming more strawberries can help prevent Alzheimer's in the elderly

https://naturalnews.com/2020-01-28-consuming-strawberries-helps-prevent-alzheimers-in-elderly.html

According to the researchers, the association between strawberry intake and Alzheimer’s dementia was analyzed using proportional hazard models, which were then adjusted for the participants’ age, sex, education, physical activity and participation in cognitive activities, as well as the participants’ APOE-?4 genotype, their dietary intake of other fruits, and their total calorie intake. "...

Study: Consuming more strawberries can help prevent Alzheimer's in the elderly

https://naturalnews.com/2020-01-21-strawberries-can-lower-alzheimers-risk.html

According to the researchers, the association between strawberry intake and Alzheimer’s dementia was analyzed using proportional hazard models, which were then adjusted for the participants’ age, sex, education, physical activity and participation in cognitive activities, as well as the participants’ APOE-?4 genotype, their dietary intake of other fruits, and their total calorie intake. 100% organic essential oil sets now available for your home and personal care, including Rosemary, ...

More evidence there's a link between the heart and mind: Poor heart health found to affect brain's memory center, proving exercise does fight Alzheimer's

https://naturalnews.com/2017-12-07-more-evidence-theres-a-link-between-the-heart-and-mind-poor-heart-health-found-to-affect-brains-memory-center-proving-exercise-does-fight-alzheimers.html

According to MedicalNewsToday.com , blood flow to the left temporal lobe was lower by an average of 2.4 milliliters (ml) of blood per 100 grams (g) of tissue per minute for every unit decrease in cardiac index. ... These included the participants’ age, mild cognitive impairment diagnosis, and whether or not they had the apolipoprotein E (APOE) e4 gene, a protein linked to the increased risk of late-onset Alzheimer’s disease. "...