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The Connection Between Oral Health and Alzheimer’s

The Connection Between Oral Health and Alzheimer’s

The following is an excerpt from our Brain Longevity® Therapy Training which can be accessed at arpf.com.  Like Alzheimer’s disease (AD) itself, gum damage, tooth loss, and other dental problems are often labeled as “normal” aspects of aging. But also like AD, that...

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Mental Exercise and AD Awareness

Mental Exercise and AD Awareness

November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. In honor of those we wish to see regain their mental independence – and to enhance our own brain function – we have pulled some of our favorite tips to help you get started on a brain health journey. The following is an excerpt...

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The Brain Longevity Diet

The Brain Longevity Diet

ARPF has created its own diet based on years of holistic medical practices with a hyper-focus on using lifestyle solutions to combat Alzheimer’s. The Brain Longevity Diet synthesizes and distills all the research and approaches into a clear and easy-to-follow plan...

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Caring for the Care Partner – A Sneak Peek

Caring for the Care Partner – A Sneak Peek

Many don’t realize the risk associated with caregiving itself. More often than not, care partners have needs that are not met– leaving them in a struggle of their own. The following is a snippet from ARPF’s Online Brain Longevity Therapy Training (BLTT)....

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Stress Management Through Yoga– A Sneak Peek

Stress Management Through Yoga– A Sneak Peek

Please enjoy this excerpt on Stress Management Through Yoga brought to you by our Online Brain Longevity Therapy Training (BLTT).  Stress, at the most basic level, is defined as strain and tension—a disruption in homeostasis, or internal equilibrium. The stress...

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Women & Alzheimer’s– A Sneak Peek

Women & Alzheimer’s– A Sneak Peek

Why do women develop Alzheimer’s more than men? What can women do to beat the odds?   Here’s a sneak peek into the Women & Alzheimers’s chapter of the Brain Longevity Therapy Training.  A look at the numbers, and it’s painfully clear: The odds...

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What the New BLTT Grads are Saying

What the New BLTT Grads are Saying

This course is opening my mind and spirit with excitement, fascination and hope.  – Sarah S.   It was a totally fabulous course and I’m so excited to start teaching it in my community. – Vikki T.   This training was a great opportunity to integrate my diverse...

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Recognizing The Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease

Recognizing The Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease

By Dharma Singh Khalsa, MD, Medical Director There are many medical journals that publish research. Typically, the highly prestigious journals publish the most solid and reputable research. At ARPF, we want to acknowledge the work of one such publication, the Journal...

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ARPF Celebrates YOU

ARPF Celebrates YOU

COVID-19 has made volunteering and fundraising a difficult hurdle to jump. Without in-person events, it has been hard to maintain connections and continue supporting those in need. Luckily, friends of ARPF have come to help lift and carry us on. Your ARPF relies on...

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