[Homeroast] Fwd: UCLA Study on Alzheimer's

Joseph Robertson theotherjo at gmail.com
Thu Jul 21 20:38:46 CDT 2011

41lbs? Wow. I credit good homeroast coffee. Kidding aside, what is your
routine? I just put most spirit's aside including my favorite micro brews.
I'm so Sad but the Doc say's the crossroad has come and I have to make hard
I'm so Glad coffee is #1 on the list of Alzheimer preventive measures.
Before I "Forget"  I want to thank Barry for this wonderful lead. I just
bought the kindle version of Jean's book for my IPhone/IPad.
Besides drinking good coffee our memory is all we have.
How would we know good coffee from Bad otherwise.

On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 6:00 PM, Lynne <lynnebiz at gmail.com> wrote:

> Barry - thanks for this. This is one of my many fears - besides heights,
> gross bugs and just getting old, lol. My daughter already told me I should
> be doing crossword puzzles to help my brain. :) Of course, the first on the
> list is the most important!!
> Found the book's website:
> http://jeancarper.com/
> Definitely will be one I read - the UCLA site itself looks interesting:
> http://www.eastonad.ucla.edu/
> Looking at the abstracts under the "latest news" heading at the UCLA site,
> seems there is some correlation w/obesity & the disease. Glad I'm on my
> quest to get to the normal weight of my younger years (41 lbs lost so far!!
> Woo-hoo for me!!)
> I remember an article in the Boston Globe many yrs ago (before the days of
> the internet - or at least, before I was aware it, lol). They wrote about a
> nun that had just passed away - she was, according to the article, a
> remarkable woman who did work for the poor until she died (can't remember
> how old she was when she died). But I can remember that they examined her
> brain after her death - and it turned out, despite her work, she had
> advanced Alzheimer's.
> The implication at that time was, they theorized, that she kept her brain
> so
> active that the disease didn't show.
> Granted, all of this isn't totally proven yet - but I don't want to wait
> until then (since I might be dead by that time).  -This gives one a way to
> fight to prevent it.
> Again - thanks!
> Lynne
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Joseph Robertson
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