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THE ALZHEIMER'S PREVENTION DIET AND COOKBOOKChad Beaver, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and his wife Michelle Gamble, M. Ed., have used their combined 20 years of experience working with severe mental illness and geriatric aging to create a plan of action against one of the biggest epidemics of the 21st Century - Alzheimer's Disease. The Alzheimer's Prevention Diet and Cookbook offers the latest research on Alzheimer's disease and shows how natural ingredients and diet changes can add a layer of protection around the brain, fight the plaque accumulations associated with Alzheimer's disease and encourage neurogenesis, which is the regeneration of brain cells.The Alzheimer's Prevention Diet and Cookbook offers a four-week meal plan, 10 pages of research including 26 cited studies, 81 recipes designed to protect against Alzheimer's and 17 full-color photos in a traditional cookbook format. Each recipe identifies the beneficial ingredients and how they interact with the brain and body. This book allows the most novice of chefs to utilize household ingredients ( such as cinnamon, coffee, and blueberries) to make delicious dishes and take a proactive step in fighting a disease that will effect one in eight people over age 65.With the average cost of care for an Alzheimer's patient currently totaling more than $800,000 - with much of the cost being passed on to Social Security - and more than 10,000 Americans a day turning 65-years-old, it is imperative to make a proactive move in addressing this crippling disease. The Alzheimer's Prevention Diet and Cookbook is a change people can make today to protect themselves from a disease that costs America $94 billion a year, devastates families and takes everything from those diagnosed with this crippling disease.