Folks, we are in the midst of a full-fledged epidemic of Alzheimer's disease.
Don't believe the pundits and apologists who try to play this down by saying that we're seeing more Alzheimer's because our population is aging. This is pure baloney.
Alzheimer's barely existed before 1960
Although Alzheimer's is now one of the most common diseases of the elderly, the condition barely existed before 1960.
"No matter where I looked, I couldn't find anything that indicated there was very much Alzheimer's prior to the 1960s."
Epidemiological data collected over a 25-year period shows the incidence of Alzheimer's in the 1960s was 2% in people over the age of 85 years. Today, it's incidence in this population is 50% or Read More »from Is the Low-Fat Fad Causing the Alzheimer's Disease Epidemic?