Scientists tend to describe their research
and findings with facts and figures only,
leaving out any emotion. But Prof. Daniel
Michaelson of Tel Aviv University's Department
of Neurobiology has uncovered something
so potentially groundbreaking he called
it "exhilarating" in a statement
to the press.
news could have this scientist so excited?
A diet high in omega-3s, the fatty acids
found in fatty fish like salmon as well
as walnuts, appears to significant block
the negative effects of the APOE4 gene --
the "bad" APOE gene found in 50%
of all Alzheimer's patients and in about
15% of the population. Having the APOE4
gene greatly ups your risk of getting Alzheimer's
disease, a dreaded and deadly form of dementia
affecting about five million Americans.
have found that in all there are five molecules
known to affect or cause Alzheimer's. But
just how dangerous these molecules are is
linked to environmental factors including
diet and lifestyle.
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