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claireweber 11-19-2013 09:00 PM

Can Peanut Butter Sniff out Early Signs of Alzheimer's
 
I ran across an article recently that really piqued my interest. The headline ‘Can Peanut Butter Sniff out Early Signs of Alzheimer’s?’ How could I not follow that link?

Peanut Butter Test

Curious about Alzheimer’s, I did a little research on it, finding that there are plaque deposits in the brain that cause problems. Well, I had begun using serrapeptase last winter, I had mentioned serrapeptase a while back on a thread on this site. It is reported to ‘digest’ plaque, as well as possessing other attributes.

Based on what I had read, I thought it may well help as a preventive measure for Alzheimer’s Disease. I did an online search using the words ‘serrapeptase and Alzheimer’s’ and these are two of the links that came up.

Serrapeptase and Alzheimer's

Nattokinase and Beta-Amyloid Plaques

I want to pass this information on to anyone who may find it to be helpful.

GrumpyGramma 11-19-2013 09:06 PM

Peanut butter, huh? Interesting. I guess anything that you can smell could be used. I'll check the other links out later.

justplaincharlotte 11-19-2013 11:18 PM

I heard about that. What a smart kid!

jinxnit55 11-20-2013 12:05 AM

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Originally Posted by claireweber (Post 1390507)
I ran across an article recently that really piqued my interest. The headline ‘Can Peanut Butter Sniff out Early Signs of Alzheimer’s?’ How could I not follow that link?

Peanut Butter Test

Curious about Alzheimer’s, I did a little research on it, finding that there are plaque deposits in the brain that cause problems. Well, I had begun using serrapeptase last winter, I had mentioned serrapeptase a while back on a thread on this site. It is reported to ‘digest’ plaque, as well as possessing other attributes.

Based on what I had read, I thought it may well help as a preventive measure for Alzheimer’s Disease. I did an online search using the words ‘serrapeptase and Alzheimer’s’ and these are two of the links that came up.

Serrapeptase and Alzheimer's

Nattokinase and Beta-Amyloid Plaques

I want to pass this information on to anyone who may find it to be helpful.

I know, isn't that interesting? I have also heard that people who are bilingual are less likely to get Alzheimer's.


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