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Researchdrew-hays-206414-unsplashRather than a drug or treatment, MEND is a protocol where patients made dramatic lifestyle changes. According to the ABC report, “They avoided simple carbs, gluten, and processed foods. They increased their fish intake, took yoga and meditated. They were instructed to take melatonin, get adequate sleep, incorporate vitamin B-12, vitamin D-3 and fish oil.”

Read more about this UCLA study on HealthCentral that shows a reversal of Alzheimer's in some patients:

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