Beating Alzheimer's

Beating Alzheimer's

A Step Towards Unlocking the Mysteries of Brain Diseases

Book - 1991
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Penguin Putnam
Beating Alzheimer’s is considered by many to be impossible. But incredible as it may seem, the man who wrote this book was given the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease, a diagnosis as dreaded as cancer to most people, and reversed his devastating symptoms.
Traditional medicine, with all of its modern technology and thousands of “wonder” drugs, has failed to solve the most tragic illness, one which causes you to be sentenced for the rest of your life to a world of increasing forgetfulness, and to become a burden to those around you, unable to dress or feed yourself, not recognizing your children or your spouse when they walk into the room.
How is it, then, that Tom Warren was able to recover from such an incurable disease and now lives a meaningful, useful life? Tom had to take responsibility for his health into his own hands and, through extensive reading, was able to find the crucial steps that led to his recovery. Now his step-by-step plan is available for everyone.

Baker & Taylor
The author recounts the steps he took to overcome Alzheimer's disease, and recommends a program of vitamin therapy, strict diet, and the avoidance of allergens

Publisher: Garden City Park, N.Y. : Avery Pub. Group, c1991
ISBN: 9780895294883
Characteristics: xvii, 220 p. ; 23 cm


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