Maybe so, but prudence dictates adopting as many as you can. Alzheimer’s is multi-factorial, Dr Bredesen has said that people with AD express between 10 to 25 abnormalities. A person can have a few abnormalities and be asymptomatic. It's after the issues build up when cognitive problems result. So when the cognitive impairment appears, there’s a multi-layered situation that needs to be addressed.There are so many epigenetic answers out there, one could not possibly do them all.
I can't speak for all the others, but here's ours, it based on Dr Bredesen, Dr Gundry, Dr Wahls, Dr Fung, Dr Stavia, and maybe a few others. These doctors are often referenced on this forum. FYI, we feel great, our inflammatory markers are great, and our cognition, which fortunately we’ve not have issues with, is great.On the controllable lifestyle factors, and without searching/reading through this entire forum, can someone give me an approximate summary of what the prevailing priority of lifestyle choices people in this forum are making?
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