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Even though we listen to our customers, we find that many products are not rated forcing our staff to do the rating based on certain criteria. This criteria includes price, customer service, and any scientific information we can find in relevant journals such as the Journal of American Medical Association and the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

 

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Products for Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia

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Quick Stats

Alzheimer's Facts
Research and Treatment


Below is a list of products that are researched by us and rated by you. Each product has the potential to get 100 points. We only list products with a rating of 80 points or more. Our research has been conducted among thousands of users contained within our database. 

 

Consumer Rating Progressive 17 Enada NADH
Vitamin E Yes No
Vitamin C Yes Yes
Huperzine A Extract Yes No
Beta nicotinamide No Yes
Acetyl-L-carnitine Yes No
Boron No No
Ginko Yes No
Price $34.95 $42.33
Quantity Discounts Yes No
Guarantee Yes No
Side Effects None None
Customer Satisfaction Above Average Average
Overall Score 94/100 88/100

 

Recommended #1: Progressive-17

Progressive-17 was our number one users choice because it contains ingredients that can have an effect on the functioning of the brain. Although there is no cure for Alzheimer's, this product may provide some benefits.

To learn more about Progressive-17, visit their website at: 

http://www.ProgressiveHealth.com


Recommended #2: Enada NADH

There are not many supplements that are helpful for Alzheimer's. This one is an alternative to Progressive-17.

To learn more about Enada NADH, visit their website at: 

http://www.getvitamins.com/gv/info.html?item=183027

 

Additional Information

Quick Stats

  • Alzheimer's Disease affects more than 4.1 million people in the USA alone
  • Alzheimer's disease will cost the USA at least 100 billion every year

Alzheimer's Facts

  • A person with Alzheimer's most likely has multiple nutritional deficiencies
     
  • Quick Diagnosis- Since there is a difference between Alzheimer's and forgetfulness, here are some clarifications:
    • Forgetfulness- I can't remember where I parked my car
    • Alzheimer's- I do not remember if I have a car or not
       
  • The average person over the age of 65 is likely taking between 8-10 over-the-counter drugs or prescription drugs which may contribute to Alzheimer's
     

Research & Treatment Options

Natural alternatives are becoming more widely accepting as further research indicates how effective these ingredients are. We have found interesting research on the following herbs and vitamins that suggests they may help with Alzheimer's:

  • Vitamin E- This antioxidant aids the transportation of oxygen to the brain cells and protects them from free radical damage.
     
  • Vitamin A- Deficiencies of Vitamin A expose the brain to oxidative damage.
     
  • Huperzine A Extract- Inhibits an enzyme that is responsible for breaking down acetylcholine, which helps with memory and learning.
     
  • Acetyl-L-carnitine- May enhance brain metabolism. Reduces the production of free radicals and may slow down deterioration of the memory.
     
  • Boron- Improves memory and brain function.
     
  • Ginko- Increase blood flow to the brain. Has been shown to improve the mental functioning and social behavior of those with Alzheimer's.

 

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