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Researchers, led by David J. Llewellyn at the University of Exeter Medical School, found that adults who suffered from a moderate deficiency of vitamin D had a 53 percent higher risk of some form of dementia, while the risk increased 125 percent in those with severe deficiencies. People moderately deficient in vitamin D were 69 percent more likely to develop Alzheimer’s-caused dementia, while those severely deficient raised the risk to 122 percent.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/.....6fa8da5c4_story.html

http://www.neurology.org/content/early/2014/08/06/WNL.0000000000000755.full.pdf
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No doubt that this could be the case.. I think I am a classic case of having been diagnosed but only as of late, like on afterthought.. forget about real prevention.. I do not know if it is my fault.. but I am ignorant.. yet they (docs) are negligent for the same reason, they are ignorant as well.. ignorant in no one can know all, but a good symptoms list would show it all up.. .... wishful thinking.. ,

No doubt I think there is a great neglect by doctors to not deal with all missing minerals or vitamins all at once.  Way to often they just deal with one item alone when there is a near emergency.  There ought to be  a blood test that spells out each vit mineral and its effects and symptoms..

Possibly in the next decade they will get computerized enough to accomplish this.  


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No doubt that this could be the case.. I think I am a classic case of having been diagnosed but only as of late, like on afterthought.. forget about real prevention.. I do not know if it is my fault.. but I am ignorant.. yet they (docs) are negligent for the same reason, they are ignorant as well.. ignorant in no one can know all, but a good symptoms list would show it all up.. .... wishful thinking.. ,

No doubt I think there is a great neglect by doctors to not deal with all missing minerals or vitamins all at once.  Way to often they just deal with one item alone when there is a near emergency.  There ought to be  a blood test that spells out each vit mineral and its effects and symptoms..

Possibly in the next decade they will get computerized enough to accomplish this.  


Goldie--do you see ND's or MD's?  

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this is exactly what I'd observed since decades in my clients... nothing but lacks..... thanx Averno for the input ...great...


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this is exactly what I'd observed since decades in my clients... nothing but lacks..... thanx Averno for the input ...great...


I thought the numbers were stunning! This changes everything about Alzheimer's research. Have to wonder how Big Pharma will react...
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can tell ya dearle.. they try to deny as usual... here in the magazine *Beobachter * (the observer made clear that none of those trouvailles are correct... the dementies followed toute suite ....
They wrote about diff. studies...incl. the blas' of Dr. permutter...to come along eating like *cavemen* ...and all is downed as so called nonsenses....

I do have a beautiful patient...she's now 100 years old.. I guess an exploere A... and she is really of good mood etc... and nothing of dementia or whatever... but she always ate intuitively her A-diet ...another A-lady, todays in her 83 years with and in dramatically decreasings of artherios sclerosis and dementia of the finest... but..but..b u t... look at their psychograms...the 100 year old still is able to change her patterns and even a bit her thoughts (she lost her youngest son last year... I wrote about him with brain tumor)...and this other lady isn't able to change anything coz she isn't able to let help happen... so far... ... poor food intake a classical no-sayer to all changes...even to the better ... ...and so on....

wish you well ....


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