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  Alzheimer’s disease is said to be associated with an increasing deterioration in cognitive performance. New studies show that there are many factors that can lead to the development of Alzheimer’s disease. These include, in particular, an unhealthy diet, an antioxidant and vital deficiency, as well as a heavy metal burden.  We have put together all the necessary measures for a sensible Alzheimer’s disease prevention.

 Measures that prevent Alzheimer’s

The main cause of Alzheimer’s disease is seen in the factors associated with an unhealthy diet and lifestyle. Especially the consumption of trans fats, chemical-synthetic food additives (dyes, preservatives,etc.), sugar and other inferior ingredients, all of which are found in today’s finished products, plays an important role.

But other toxic effects ( aluminium in drinking water, dental hygiene such as mercury and palladium, vaccines with mercury, formaldehyde and aluminium compounds, etc.), as well as the lack of physical and mental activity and a generally stressful lifestyle, can contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s disease.


1. Ensure clean drinking water

As people living in areas where drinking water contains more than 250 micrograms of aluminium per litre are nearly 10 times more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than people whose drinking water does not have such a high aluminum content, Alzheimer’s prophylaxis is also a good option the choice of a high-quality, possibly aluminium-free drinking water.


High-quality drinking water filters also make your water slightly basic and mineralize it gently. This does not require an expensive reverse osmosis system or a water ionizer.

2. Calcium and magnesium

The right calcium and magnesium supply protect against the negative effects of aluminium. However, be aware not only of the calcium content of a food or dietary supplement but also of whether the food is healthy.

Chia seeds, sesame, poppy, hazelnuts, almonds, amaranth, oats, dry figs, dried apricots, broccoli, spinach, green leafy vegetables, cabbage vegetables, wild vegetables etc. are suitable for the optimal calcium supply.

For the optimal supply of magnesium, many of the calcium-rich foods are also suitable, since they are also very rich in magnesium at the same time. The top performers among the magnesium suppliers are, however, the following: For the cereals or pseudo-cereals, it is amaranth (308 mg / 100 g) and quinoa(276 mg). The fruits are dry bananas (110 mg), cactus (85 mg) and dry (70 mg). For the vegetables, there are potlucks (150 mg), nettle and chard (approx. 80 mg each) as well as pod fruits. And the nuts/seeds are sunflower seeds (420 mg), pumpkin seeds (400 mg) and sesame seeds (347 mg).

3. Silicon

Silicon (or silica) also protects against the negative effects of aluminium. 

Excellent silicon sources are millet, brown millet, oat and bentonite. The latter also helps to maintain intestinal health and is the ideal partner for everyday detoxification work.


4. Live without aluminium

Use only aluminium- and paraben-free deodorants and cover with personal care products and cosmetics for the sake of natural cosmetics.

You should better avoid finished products in aluminium-containing packaging and drinks in doses – not just because of aluminium, but also because most products of this type do not belong to a healthy diet.

5. Antioxidants

Alzheimer’s disease is associated with severe oxidative stress, which means two things: Firstly, the organism has too small amounts of body-borne antioxidants and secondly, externally – via diet few antioxidants in the body.

Aluminum now interestingly increases not only the harmful oxidative stress in the body (and in the brain), but at the same time fatally weakens the body-rich antioxidants glutathione and superoxide dismutase. Aluminum destroys, on the other hand, and on the other hand ensures that the body can no longer resist these destructive processes.

6. Food supplement for Alzheimer’s prevention

Several research results suggest that turmeric is capable of breaking not only the deposits in the brain of Alzheimer’s patients but also of repairing already damaged the nerve.

Take black paper or piperine with turmeric also. Piperine increases the bioavailability of the Curcuma active ingredients many times over.

7. Coconut oil for Alzheimer’s disease

The special fatty acids in the coconut oil can supply to the brain with energy. It is also possible that if your brain is already affected by Alzheimer’s disease. In this way, coconut oil should reduce the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. Coconut oil is an ideal fat for frying, baking and deep-frying. From coconut oil, however, there are also delicious spreads. 

8. Omega-3 fatty acids against Alzheimer’s disease

Use Omega-3 fatty acids rich in oils such as: For example the hemp oil as well as the linseed oil and integrate omega-3 fatty-rich foods into your everyday life, Eg Chia seeds, hemp seed and linseed.

An easy-to-grasp, very digestible and highly bioavailable omega-3 fatty acid food supplement is the krill oil, which also has a high antioxidant effect.

Read more here: omega 3 fatty acids protects against Alzheimer’s disease.

9. Extra virgin olive oil for Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is not nearly as widespread in the Mediterranean as in other parts of the world. In the extra virgin olive oil, there is a substance that can prevent Alzheimer’s.

Read more about the preventive effects of olive oil: Olive oil protects against Alzheimer’s disease.

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