Alzheimer’s disease was practically non-existent fifty or so years ago. Or, if it was, its incidence was low. And it did not have a name.
Today, it’s really rather scary that the incidence of contracting Alzheimer’s Disease increases exponentially, especially from age 70 onwards.
Fifty years ago, farmers in the livestock industry learned how to prevent and cure (Alzheimer’s Disease – name non-existent then) in their animals.
After all, their livelihoods were at stake: no farmer could afford to have cows, or pigs, or sheep lying around looking stupid, scratching their heads and asking, “Why am I here? Where is my feedbox / pasture…?”
In this industry, if livestock are not gaining weight on a daily basis, the farmer loses money. So the farmers learned to feed their livestock with mega doses of Vitamin E and low doses of vegetable oil.
Sometimes, you just need to do your own snooping around for the real facts and learn from unlikely sources instead of waiting, and waiting, and waiting…for the likely ones.
Anyway, start stepping up your intake of Vitamin E. Prevention is always better than the cure.
We’ve a lot of catching up to do to beat the cows at their own game!
© Helen Chow, ND
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