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Nutritional drink against early-stage Alzheimer’s? First non-pharmacological study to show long-term success.

By |2021-01-12T18:52:25+01:0013. January 2021|Categories: Causes, clinical trial, Forms of treatment, micronutrient deficiencies, nutrition, Prävention, prevention, Uncategorized|

Can the course of early Alzheimer's disease be delayed by consuming a special mixture of nutrients? This question was investigated in the European study called 'LipiDiDiet' led by Prof. Tobias Hartmann.  The scientists recruited Alzheimer's patients, who were in the early stages of the disease, to test the effectiveness of a specific nutritional drink called 'Souvenaid'. Souvenaid was developed as a medical dietary food for the treatment of early-stage Alzheimer's disease and is marketed by Nutricia (Danone Group). It contains a defined nutrient combination of long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, phospholipids, choline, B vitamins (B6, B12 and folic acid), vitamins C and E, selenium and uridine monophosphate. 

We say thanks – and we are impressed!

By |2020-12-08T17:07:20+01:009. December 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

Knowledge stops Dementia will continue to thrive in the coming year. 480 individual donors, with an average donation of more than 25 euros, decided to support our work. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts! From a financial point of view, this means that the Knowledge stops Dementia team can continue to work scientifically, journalistically and organizationally free of economic pressure in 2021. From an idealistic point of view, we are especially impressed by the large number of private individual donations. This shows us that we reach and move many people. Knowledge stops Dementia is crowd financed in the best sense of the word and we are proud of that!

On the week of dementia 2020 – 12 ways to prevent dementia

By |2020-09-21T20:08:17+02:0021. September 2020|Categories: Causes, nutrition, Prävention, prevention, Uncategorized|

The 2020 report of the Lancet Commission on Dementia Prevention, Intervention, and Care lists 12 modifiable risk factors that could help prevent dementia. This new report provides some important updates to the previous document, published in 2017.

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