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Alzheimer's Test Kitchen

Alzheimer
Alzheimer Alzheimer Alzheimer
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by: Terry Bastian
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Publication Date: October 7, 2022
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 105
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Color
ISBN: 9798885675826
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Book Synopsis
Welcome to the Alzheimer’s Test Kitchen where we have been sharing how to eat good food to fight Alzheimer’s. We have boiled down doctor’s recommendations and research into three easy steps that will give you the ability to fight this disease with food and attitude.
Nick Sizemore, food stylist cookbook author, www.fromscratchfast.com says.
“I love how much information you provide, not only about the brain but also about the ingredients. It’s a great resource!”
Dr. Hilary Glazer Neurology Specialist www.yourmemorydoctor.com
“Even though there is no cure, there are definitely ways of slowing it down. Medications slow down of the disease by approximately 55%. Lifestyle changes such as food, exercise, and brain stimulation may more than double the effect of medication, so the disease may be slowed down significantly by both medications and the lifestyle changes included in your books”.
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About The Author
The co-author is Terry Bastian who is an ecological designer and artist. His artwork, working with museums and universities explores the relationship between our culture and nature. He is a proponent of “Ecological Design, the art and science of adapting human culture to nature.” This is his third foray into dementia, first as caretaker for an aunt with Alzheimer’s, then he had lost his memory due to exposure to a solvent for two hellish years. And finally, while working on an environmental start up in South Florida, his partner Kris Anderson was stricken with early onset Alzheimer’s that started them on the journey to learn about food and brain health. Kris had once upon a time worked the art beat for the London Times then as VP of communications for Fitch Ratings Inc. where she traveled extensively in Europe, Asia, and Africa, then settling down in Salem MA. USA.