The Anonymous Widower

Dementia Has Stabilised

According to this report on the BBC web site, research from the University of Cambridge has shown that dementia levels are stabilising.

A few years ago, Oxford University proved a link between having low B12 levels at 50 and dementia, if you had dementia in your family.

Could it be, that GPs, who now check out bloods regularly are having an effect?

When first tested at 50, my B12 levels were non-existent. Now at 68, they’re spot on!

And what is one way to help your B12 levels? – Go gluten free!

As other studies at other world-class universities, like Nottingham, have shown that a gluten-free lifestyle lowers your changes of getting cancer, I think that going gluten-free because of my coeliac disease, wasn’t one of the worst lifestyle decisions I made.

August 21, 2015 - Posted by | Food, Health | , ,

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