Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease
The evidence is that a whole food plant-based lifestyle is one thing that you can do in preventing Alzheimer’s disease. Preventing preventing Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia is just one of the many benefits of a whole plant-based food.
For the past 20 years I have taught people hypnosis for lifestyle change at Seattle Hypnosis with Roger Moore. Giving up the unhealthy Standard American Diet (SAD) may seem impossible, but thanks to self-hypnosis it really can be quite easy.
Health Care Support Hypnosis
It was 20 years ago on January 2, 1997, that I first began offering Health Care Support Hypnosis at Seattle Hypnosis with Roger Moore. Over the years, hundreds of people have used hypnosis to benefit their health.
People living with dementia have experienced enhanced quality of life with less anxiety and often improved short and long-term memory.
The healthy lifestyle changes have been dramatic. People lose weight, overcome chronic pain, reduce or eliminate symptoms of autoimmune disease and overcome depression, stress and anxiety.
Cancer patients experience less side effects from treatment, recovery more quickly from surgery and have overall improved quality of life.
Cal or email me today and discover how Health Care Support Hypnosis at Seattle Hypnosis with Roger Moore can benefit you.
Michael Greger, M.D.: “Intake of saturated fats and added sugars, two of the primary components of a modern Western diet, is linked with the development of Alzheimer’s disease. There has been a global shift in dietary composition, from traditional diets high in starches and fiber, to what has been termed the Western diet, high in fat and sugar, low in whole plant foods. What’s so great about fruits and vegetables?
Plant-derived foods contain thousands of compounds with antioxidant properties, some of which can traverse the blood-brain barrier, and may have neuroprotective effects by assisting with antioxidant defense.
Vegetables may be particularly protective, in part because of certain compounds we eat that concentrate in the brain, found in dark green leafy vegetables, the consumption of which are associated with lower rates of age-related cognitive decline.”
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