At times, even with all of the research being conducted, Alzheimer's prevention or reversal of symptoms seems like a dream. Just as scientists start to work on one line of thought, new obstacles arise, either convincing them they need to tweak their research or abandon it all together in order to follow some new line of thought. So, while we hope and pray for Alzheimer's prevention, studies and their results can seem discouraging. Now, there is promise shown by researchers at UCLA using substances already available. An article titled "Vitamin D, curcumin may help clear amyloid plaques found in Alzheimer's: Early research findings may lead to new treatments for the disease," reports on research done at UCLA. Vitamin D3 (a common form in supplements and the type made by the interaction of sun and human skin), plus curcumin, which is found in the herb turmeric, are showing signs of preventing and even reversing the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.
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