flowersisters wrote:Hi LillyBritches, I just became a member and posting on boards is very foreign to me. I’ve had the unpleasant hobby of researching Alzheimer's disease for about 14 years. I watched Alzheimer's steal my loving mother from me for 12 years before she passed in 2018.
I am not a scientist, but I've reviewed hundreds of studies on Alzheimer’s disease. I didn’t read them thoroughly but enough to get the gist of them. Based on the numerous studies I reviewed, I can’t help but wonder if having an ApoE4 gene, PEMT gene mutation and MTHFR gene might create a perfect storm for a person to be vulnerable to Alzheimer’s disease.
I have no one to talk to about this and was surprised to find someone who also understood the importance of Dr. Rasgon’s studies.
Welcome to the ApoE4 forum. You will find this community very knowledgeable and supportive.
I personally am not familiar with Dr.Rasgon's studies but I will be diving in to do some research. You may not be a scientist but you are extremely knowledgeable about Alzheimer's disease and potential causes. Thank you for sharing all of this information with us.
I would like to share a few tips when navigating this site that you may find helpful. A great place to get started is by reviewing the Primer
which has a wealth of information and was written by the physician that started this site.
The Wikki Page
has multiple links pertaining to diet, nutrition, and lifestyle behaviors to promote cognitive health and much more!
We would love to learn more about you. If you are inspired to share more information about yourself this link
will take you to Our Stories where you can post your story and you can learn about others in this amazing community.
Another way to stay connected is by joining the facebook
Best of luck on your journey! I think you will find the information on this site and the support of this community very enlightening.
Again a warm welcome to you.