Researchers have been spending millions of dollars looking for Alzheimer's treatments based the idea that it's a disease of the genes. For the most part, they've come up with bupkis. Now a new theory is being examined--or rather an old theory is being re-examined. Alzheimer's may just be a metabolic, as opposed to a genetic, disease.
That's where Dr. Kachmann comes in, because that puts Alzheimer's in the same category as diabetes. And once again the message is perfectly clear: you can reduce your risk by eating a nutrient-dense diet... and avoiding sugar.
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Or you can visit him after 9:00 am on Fridays at Three Rivers Pharmacy on North Anthony, where he gives free consultations.