Bottom Line on Vascular Disease

Whether one has vascular dementia, small vessel disease, or other diseases or conditions affecting the arteries, blood vessels, and vascular system, the bottom line is, to control and prevent these conditions, one must strive to: Improve cholesterol levels Lower blood pressure and decrease the heart’s workload Prevent blood clots Control inflammation Relax blood vessels, improve […]

Artery Health for Mom

CoQ10 – 600 mg daily  (where did I get this dosage -everything I read last night stated no more thatn 200mg – figure out where the 600 mg came from) \vitamin c daily 500 mg curcumin garlic   *An important read for Linda and mom \me arganine natto serrepeptaise garlic curcumin fish oil b […]

Small Vessel Disease

Small vessel disease is one cause of vascular dementia (others being stroke and mini-strokes). It may also be referred to as coronary microvascular disease or small vessel heart disease. It is a disease that causes disability and disorientation in ageing people.  It may also be referred to as coronary microvascular disease. (Also see the post entitled […]

Vascular Dementia


Vascular dementia is the second most common form of dementia and is caused by reduced blood flow and oxygen to the brain—often from small vessel disease and/ or a stroke or series of strokes (or artery disesease). Most commonly there is a blockage of small blood vessels somewhere in the vast system of arteries that […]

Gum Disease Bacteria Found in the Brains of Dementia Patients

Another nugget that supports my assertion that my mom’s dementia is resultant from bacteria on her brain (in her case, from MAC virus bacteria). “Some researchers have found a connection between poor oral health and Alzheimer’s disease, which affects millions of people across the globe. Scientists discovered the presence of gum disease bacteria in the […]

Prevent Dementia With Anti-Infammatory Diet

According to some doctors, a preventative measure against dementia is to follow an anti-inflammatory diet, specifically aimed at reducing pressure and optimizing vascular health. The top ten foods for such a diet include wild salmon, lentils, hazelnuts, walnuts, avocado, extra virgin olive oil, blueberries, raspberries, spinach and sweet potato.