Have you visited the ApoE4.info wiki lately?

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Have you visited the ApoE4.info wiki lately?

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The support interns introduce the ApoE4.info wiki to all the "newbies" but what about the "oldbies"? If you haven’t visited the ApoE4.info wiki lately, you’ve missed out on many updates.

Did you know:

*That Blacks and Hispanics hold lower levels of amyloid yet have higher rates of dementia than whites, Blacks 2xs and Hispanics 1.5xs. It’s in Of Non-White or Non European Descent

*That there is a study that suggests that the relationship between APOE4 and lipids may be beneficial for pathogen-driven immune responses and unlikely to increase cardiovascular risk. It’s in ApoE ε4 and health conditions besides (or maybe contributing to) Alzheimer’s

*That a lateral ankle sprain may influence your gut microbiota? It’s in Gut-Brain Connection: Leaky Gut/Leaky Brain, Microbiome (gut bugs)

*That there appears to be a connection between meat consumption and Type 2 Diabetes? It’s in Insulin Resistance

*Most of us know Omega-3s are very important for our brains, but did you know Omega-3s also benefit muscles? It’s in Fats, Omega -3(ω-3) & -6(ω-6), DHA and More

*That salt can stimulate fructose production in the body? It’s in From Fructose to Alzheimer’s

*That slow paced breathing facilitates clearing of Aβ42 and pTau-181? It’s in Vagus Nerve

*10,000 steps is often cited as the goal, but is that truly how many daily steps that you need? The answer can be found in Exercise - Types, Lengths, and Benefits

*Proton Pump Inhibitors (Prilosec, Prevacid, Nexium, Losec) have been associated with a risk for dementia? It’s in Mitochondria

*Certain plant chemicals have anti-amyloid, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anticholinesterase properties - the four fundamental pillars identified in the process of Alzheimer’s? It’s in Beneficial (and some negative) Plant/Natural Chemicals

*That your body creates it’s own cannabinoids and it is theorized that certain health conditions are the result of the body not producing enough cannabinoids and/or that there are not enough receptors that function properly. It’s in Cannabinoids: CBD, CBN, THC. Also HEMP & Marijuana (Cannabis)

Articles that have seen revisions/additions so far this year (2023):
ApoE ε4 and health conditions besides (or maybe contributing to) Alzheimer’s
ApoE4-Aware Health Coaches
Beneficial (and some negative) Plant/Natural Chemicals
Blood Sugar
Bredesen Protocol
Cannabinoids: CBD, CBN, THC. Also HEMP & Marijuana (Cannabis)
Circadian Rhythm
Coconut Oil, MCT oil, and other Ketone/Cognition Boosters (salts, esters)
Coffee (and caffeine)
Direct to Consumer Lab Testing Options
Exercise – Types, Lengths, and Benefits
Fats, Omega -3(ω-3) & -6(ω-6), DHA and More
From Fructose to Alzheimer’s (New Wiki article)
Gut-Brain Connection
Inflammation & LPS
Insulin Resistance
Insulin Resistance in the Brain
Ketosis and Ketogenic Diet
Main Page
Methylation
Mitochondria
Of Non-White or Non European Descent
Oxalates
Sleep
Stress
Vagus Nerve
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Re: Have you visited the ApoE4.info wiki lately?

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Thanks Teresa It’s been a while since I had another look.
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Re: Have you visited the ApoE4.info wiki lately?

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TheresaB wrote: Fri Dec 08, 2023 9:58 am The support interns introduce the ApoE4.info wiki to all the "newbies" but what about the "oldbies"? If you haven’t visited the ApoE4.info wiki lately, you’ve missed out on many updates.
As an "oldie" in every sense of the word, I deeply appreciate this. I have enough trouble keeping up with Facebook posts of friends' dogs looking cute, so this will be a great source for reading during what passes for "winter" in the Mid-South.
4/4 and still an optimist!
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