Does anyone have a relative who has been taking protandim and seen positive results in slowing and/or reversing the effects of Alzheimers?
It appears that none of the Alzheimer's prescribed drugs are really effective short-term or long-term in stopping the progress of Alzheimers. I have several elderly relatives (7) who have Alzheimers and none of them have had positive outcomes being on the drugs used to treat Alzheimers. In addition, several of my friends whose parents have Alzheimers are experiencing the same thing I am.
So, I decided to look at alternative, natural treatments and one of them could be protandim. Please give me your feedback. Thank you.View Thread
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