Beet Juice and Dementia

Many of us know someone or have a family member who may be suffering from dementia. So when I read this article I thought I would share it with my readers.

Of course, any one of us could suffer from dementia as well, in the years to come. If you knew of a natural remedy to help ward it off wouldn’t you consider trying it? I know I would.

This article has shown that drinking beet juice daily can increase blood flow to the brain in older adults,thus combating the progression of dementia.

I found the article very interesting and thought I’d share it with you here.

For help on caring for a loved one that has Dementia or Alzheimers living in your home check out Aging In Place Home Solutions.

I think I’ll be heading to the market today to pick up a bottle of Beet Juice. I’ve never been fond of beets except Golden Beets which I find to be very sweet and I do like Borscht. Hopefully the juice will be tasty.

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  1. Let us know how it tastes, Vicki. I always through nitrites/nitrates were bad for us, but the article seems to say otherwise. Interesting.

  2. Yes, Vicki, let us know how it tastes. This is an interesting article. I love roasted beets, and beets in my salad, so maybe I wouldn’t mind beet juice.

  3. When I pick up the juice and try it I will report on the taste.

  4. Great tip Vicki! It’s probably just acquiring a taste for the beet juice. I used to eat red beet borscht as a kid, but decided as an adult to pass on beets all together. Maybe it’s time to rethink that decision. The predictions are staggering for boomers with Alzheimer’s in later years. The problem is that people are dying from early onset Alzheimer’s in their 40s and 50s. So we are what we eat. Keep up the good nutritional suggestions Vicki.

  5. Wow that’s really young. Its frightening to think of.

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