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Posted: Friday, January 6, 2012 7:09 AM
Joined: 1/14/2015
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Originally posted by: mr-juice

I believed that my mom was just going to fad into the back ground of life, forgetting who i was and others who loved her. We tried all the drugs and nothing worked, or should i say nothing seemed to slow down the decline, then my close friend came to see me about a year ago and showed me some research on a combination of nutrients when combined together could feed the mitochondria and help detox and support brain function, i had know idea what she was talking about but i spent about 4 weeks looking into it and began to find great thing were happening using natural nutrients with know side affects what a blessing. So i ordered the 4 bulk nutrient and began mixing them in here juice twice a day. just to let you know this is not a product that you can buy on the internet, it has taken me 2 weeks just to find the formula that has been successful in trials,I want you all to know that there is hope, Mom is 50% better now and everyday the sun shines brighter for all of here family, it has taken a year bet we are all looking at the next year to have are mom back like we remembered her always in the kitchen making something good for here family. Please never give up, always keep searching. your answer is out there to.
Anonymous
Posted: Friday, January 6, 2012 7:09 AM
Originally posted by: Mimi S.

Hi J. Wilson.
Welcome to our Forum.
We're so glad you found us.
I agree. Diet is one component of my Best Practices.
Equally important are:
Taking meds as directed.
Strenuous Physical exercise.
Strenuous mental exercise.
Socialization.
Anonymous
Posted: Friday, January 6, 2012 7:09 AM
Originally posted by: william04

Its miracle happened to me when my mom was cured. She had more fats and calcium. But when she decided to get better nutrients that was the turning point for her health.
Anonymous
Posted: Friday, January 6, 2012 7:09 AM
Originally posted by: dmill

i want to look into supplements.I am having a hard time getting my brother to exercise. He will sometimes go swim with me. I have asked about the gym but I think it is too intimidating and not something he enjoys. he walks VERY SLOWLY and suggestions
Anonymous
Posted: Friday, January 6, 2012 7:09 AM
Originally posted by: Mimi S.

Hi Mr. Juice,
Welcome to our World. We're so glad you found us.
I am so glad that your mix is helping your mom.

Was she diagnosed with dementia by a specialist in the field? There are many things that mimic dementia and are curable. These must be addressed and eliminated before an accurate diagnosis can be made.

I have Early Stage Alzheimer's and because of mt Best Practices have been holding steady since diagnosis.

I do not,however, believe that I will get better. I do believe that nutrition has a great place in the treatment of dementia, but I don't want people to think that a cure has been found.
Anonymous
Posted: Friday, January 6, 2012 7:09 AM
Originally posted by: Rose_Ro

My mom is on the AD medications. I have also had her on these things, below. She has always had a good diet, but I think sometimes they're not absorbing the nutrients because of a ''bad'' stomach.

fish oil (600 mg DHA)
PS (phosphitdyl serine)
resveratrol
green tea
Vitamins A, B, C, D, E, K (sometimes, have to work this in)
digestive enzymes
probiotics
BP supplements
magnesium
aloe vera
good food, fish...she's now having a salad every day..
coconut oil
MCT oil

i also ''fried'' some sliced russet potatoes pieces in MCT oil, and put a little cheese on top...she loves that!

the salad she had today had lettuce and spinach, blueberries, guava pieces, dried chinese noodles (just a few), flax seeds, a little olive oil, some cranberries, chopped egg pieces, a little cheese, and some strawberry yogurt on top...

this is what my mom likes Smiler
Anonymous
Posted: Friday, January 6, 2012 7:09 AM
Originally posted by: MiddleKiddle

My mom was diagnosed with Alz in 2006. She slowly declined to where she wasn't responding much. My dad started giving her several nutrient supplements and changed her diet, after reading the book Ma's Back. It has only been since Nov. 2010, but my mom is showing signs of being more alert+observant, physically stronger,communicating better, and doing small things that she hasn't done in about a year. I do believe that diet changes and supplements can
make a difference the patient's status as well as the caregiver's well being.