Early dementia often has a surprising warning sign, report says: 'Financial consequences'

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    Blagoje Medium Load Member

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    The easiest way to avoid dementia is to give your body the cholesterol it needs and not get sucked into taking things like statins that contribute to things like dementia but never actually address the underlying cause of why it is suggested that you should take statins in the first place.

    Not consuming enough cholesterol and fat is the easiest way to kill off your brain's ability to properly function later in life. Overconsumption of food products that are saturated with seed oils and things like glyphosate heavily contribute to such issues. If there is a financial issue with dementia as the article made reference to, I submit to you it is the fact that too many Americans want to eat cheap, garbage quality processed foods that are literally killing them either by way of contributing to the development of insulin resistance (aka prediabetes and/or type 2 diabetes) as well as the destruction of our core organs such as the brain, heart, etc.
     
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    My baby was diagnosed with childhood Alzheimer's
    A mother was heartbroken when her "perfect" tot was diagnosed with childhood Alzheimer's - after she spotted an identical looking girl on TikTok. Morgan Rachal, 29, was over the moon when she welcomed her second daughter, Lydia, now 20 months old. The mum-of-two had thought her daughter was completely healthy apart from the odd common ear infection, constipation and sleeping problems. But when her mum, Cindy Weaver, 55, was scrolling through TikTok she spotted a little girl who had looked identical to Lydia, had the same symptoms and had a rare disorder called Sanfilippo. Children with Sanfilippo syndrome typically have full lips and heavy eyebrows that meet above the nose, or hirsutism, which is excess hair growth. The disorder is a rare genetic metabolism disorder know as childhood Alzheimer's as it causes children to lose all the skills they have gained. Lydia currently isn't showing any signs of cognitive decline but will if she doesn't receive treatment.
     
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