Alzheimer’s disease: What if There Was a Cure?
By Mary T. Newport, M.D.
Reviewed on: 06 2013
| Category: Adults
Dr. Mary T. Newport has provided professional care to newborns since 1983; she's led a double life since 2000 when she became a caregiver at home
That's when her beloved husband, Steve, first showed signs of Alzheimer's disease. Dr. Newport began avidly researching ways to keep him functional. She was thrilled to find new research showing that medium-chain fatty acids can sometimes reverse or at least stabilize the disease. When she gave Steve about 2 table-spoons of coconut oil at breakfast before a memory test that he had previously failed, Steve miraculously passed the test. See on E-Library