Dementia patient reversed her condition by changing her diet
Recently, an 82-year-old woman who suffered from dementia, who couldn’t recognize her own son has miraculously got her memory back after changing her diet.
When his mother’s condition became so severe that for her own safety she had to be kept in the hospital, Mark Hatzer almost came to terms with losing another parent.
Sylvia had lost her memory and parts of her mind, she had even phoned the police once accusing the nurse who were caring for her of kidnap.
A change in diet, which was comprised of high amounts of blueberries and walnuts, has proven to have had a strong impact on Sylvia’s condition that her recipes are now being shared by the Alzheimer’s Society.
Sylvia also began incorporating other health foods, including broccoli, kale, spinach, sunflower seeds, green tea, oats, sweet potatoes and even dark chocolate with a high percentage of cacoa. All of these foods…
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Berberine can normalize High blood pressure, gut bacteria and type 2 diabetes glucose levels. Berberine can replace medications, but it does not have the side effect complications of conventional medicine. I have been reading different articles Berberine health benefits. It has piqued my interest. I am looking where I can buy some to try now.
The growing trees, the new flowers
And birds that sweetly sing
Whisper to me that it’s Easter
Here is wishing warm for your soul
On Easter and always!
We have had a cold spell with lots of snow and very little sun for months. I had not seen grass for months. In the last two weeks we have been having a warm spell of 2-9 C with snow storms in between. I saw my first snowdrop flowers and crocuses today. Spring is on it’s way. We are expecting two snow storms back to back coming our way. I do not care because today it was sunny 4 C. Spring popped up its head.
Excuse some of the swear words used in this post, But I found the message quite profound. I have been trying to counsel a young teenage girl, who recently lost her father. This gave me some inspiration maybe you will find your own inspiration as well after reading the link below.
Would you change? Thought provoking lyrics that I hope you enjoy as much as I have today.
Carol A. Hand
Contemplating light versus dark
moderated by infinite shades of grey
sometimes the soft fuzzy colors of fog
or sharply bounded shadows on a sunny day
the pearl-toned texture of morning clouds
shifting hues with changing light
a respite from noontime’s glare or the inky ebony
of a stormy snowless moonless night
Softening contrasts of gradiating grey
creating a comfortable space
in between light and dark
where too many of us choose to stay
Liberating the colors of rainbows again
requires searching our souls, healing our pain,
letting go of illusions and unnecessary things
courageously willingly to face the unknown
Music and Lyrics by Tracy L. Chapman
If you knew that you would die today
If you saw the face of God and Love
Would you change?
Would you change?
If you knew that love can break your heart
When you’re down so low you…
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This a great tutorial and recipe on how to make Aloe Vera Oil. It gives you a good list of its uses. This would be a great gift idea as well. I plan to make some for us. We use aloe Vera plants on burns, mosquito bites, as a face mask and eat it to aid digestion as well. This would be a great gift idea as well.
The link above discusses how Quercetin can boost our immune system and
Quercetin also combats inflammation and acts as a natural antihistamine. I think it is wiser to boost my bodies immune system than getting flu shots. Read the article for yourself and see what you think.