Environmental Causes and Prevention Measures for Alzheimer’s Disease examines the increased incidence of the disease in developed countries and aims to educate neuroscientists, medical practitioners and other educated individuals on new insights into environmental causation, primarily metals. This book looks into the web of evidence around the hypothesis of copper toxicity and the additional role that a high fat diet plays in disease progression and cognition loss. The data and its implications are discussed, along with potential prevention measures. This book will generate excitement and interest among neuroscientists, medical practitioners and other biomedical researchers.
Emphasizes the history and epidemiology of Alzheimer’s disease, highlighting its epidemic proportions in developed countries
Discusses data on new environmental factors in developed countries
Provides prevention measures to potentially reduce Alzheimer’s rates through diet