Unfortunately, diabetes doesn’t scare some people. But Alzheimer’s certainly does. So when you see that Alzheimer’s is a form of diabetes affecting the brain, then you may decide to pay more attention. Because particularly in cases of type 2 diabetes, prevention is almost always possible. Continue reading
Here is what happens when someone has Alzheimer’s. Sometimes rightly called type 3 diabetes because there is good evidence that insulin resistance and insulin insufficiency are involved.