NIH panel foolishly insists Alzheimer’s can’t be prevented (are they demented?)

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NIH panel foolishly insists Alzheimer’s can’t be prevented (are they demented?)

(NaturalNews) An independent panel of supposed experts recently met at the National Institutes of Health near Washington, D.C., to discuss whether or not Alzheimer’s Disease can be prevented through dietary and lifestyle changes. After evaluating a handful of studies that deal with the subject, the panel basically concluded that there is no way to avoid Alzheimer’s Disease.

Either that, or they all forgot to bring their science notes and couldn’t remember what to say, so they defaulted to their traditional “It’s not proven” mantra and ended the conference early.

Interestingly, the studies in question all seemed to demonstrate how things like taking fish oil or doing crossword puzzles can help prevent Alzheimer’s Disease, but the panel of doctors and PhDs decided all this evidence simply didn’t count. When you work for the NIH, it’s very important to filter out all scientific evidence that does not agree with your foregone conclusions.

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