CNN documentary explores reversing Alzheimer's through lifestyle changes

The Conversation June 6, 2024, 03:00 PM UTC

Summary: A CNN documentary features two individuals who claim to have reversed Alzheimer's symptoms through lifestyle changes. Alzheimer's and dementia account for 11.4% of deaths in the UK. Lifestyle changes, like a plant-based diet and exercise, have shown promise in reversing symptoms. One participant, Simon Nicholls, saw remarkable improvements in 14 months. The Mediterranean diet reduces dementia risk by 23%. Lifestyle changes may play a significant role in Alzheimer's treatment.

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