Reversing Alzheimer's Disease with Dietary Modifications
Unlock the Secrets to Combating Alzheimer's Through Diet

Reversing Alzheimer's Disease with Dietary Modifications

The book provides dietary modifications that appear to help Alzheimer’s patients. The author outlines the underlying causes and mechanisms of Alzheimer's Disease and provides a method to reverse or prevent the disease.

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  • Dietitians and Nutritionists
  • Healthcare Policy Makers
  • Medical Researchers
  • Geriatric Care Specialists

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Custom Date - Apr 17, 2024
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  • Sensational Title

    Shamelessly monetizing of his discoveries. Undoubtedly does some good, but doesn't ultimately stop Alzheimer's.

    • None
    • Questionable Claims
    May 31, 2023
  • Pale light grey print color; and super tiny sized print.

    Print is pale colored and super teensy. Unreadable. Very disappointed, I wanted to give it a read.

    • Negative
    • Skepticism and Criticism
    Apr 30, 2023
  • Dr recommended it

    Very detailed
    Quite scientific
    Encouraging if you’re developing memory loss

    • Positive
    • Scientific Explanation
    Oct 30, 2022
  • Excellent research on Alzheimer’s.

    The book provides dietary modifications that appear to help Alzheimer’s patients.

    • Positive
    • Dietary Modifications
    Oct 29, 2022
  • Everybody shoul read

    Everybody should read this. Prevent before it happens and help those that have it. The medical profession will not help.

    • Positive
    • Prevention and Hope
    Sep 05, 2022
  • Excellent book and excellent service from the seller. I am satisfied and grateful. Thank you

    The product is excellent. The service was supreme. Thank you

    • Positive
    • Supplements and Lifestyle
    Sep 02, 2022
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