Thanks to Alison Sheldrick for helping us understand how we can all reduce our chances of suffering from Alzheimers.

Alzheimers is not the most common cause of death in both the US and the UK.  A diagnosis related to cognitive decline is usually made after the age of 60, but the underlying processes that cause the decline start years before. So, reducing your risk is something everyone might want to think about in your 40s or even earlier

Recent ground breaking research has shown that memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s disease can be reversed, by a nutrition and lifestyle coaching programme.  Alison is offering an 8 module trianing program covering all aspects of the program.  She is a qualified Nutritional Therapist, Scientist and fully accredited Action Against Alzheimer’s Practitioner.

There’s much more information here.