The Best 12 Green Products, Period

November 27, 2021



When I get to the point of thinking about this, it’s a good time to put on a green topper and take the “best 12” out of the top topper. Because there are many foods that are rich in antioxidants that do this in the first place.

And most of the 12, there is a reason.

That's what antioxidants do, they protect our cells from degenerative diseases. To be more specific, they protect our cells from free radical damage (from inflammation, or even the normal aging process), and they stop the cell-damaging free radicals from attacking our cells.

These green products are supposed to help the people who have developed Alzheimer's from the time they were four, or even five, years old. But they aren't as good as they are supposed to be. They don't help you develop the disease and, more importantly, they don't help you fight the disease so much as they fight the disease.

As a matter of fact, the people that had Alzheimer's were a lot more common than the healthy people.

And this is something that you really don't realize until it is too late. Most of the Alzheimers cases started much later than you think they did, and they aren't diagnosed until much later. People who have Alzheimer's have a much higher rate of suicide than the general population, and they usually don’t get diagnosed with the disease until they have it.

Most people with Alzheimer's don’t know their condition until they are in their 60s. Then they are almost always on top of the news and are diagnosed with the disease much earlier in life. The more common cause of death in Alzheimer's is a heart attack, and that is why there have been so many heart attacks in the past few years. The fact is that Alzheimer's is definitely a disease. It is a progressive disease, and it can happen to anyone.

I am glad that the disease has been so commonly understood, but I am also glad the disease can be prevented.

We are all in the same boat. Alzheimer's runs rampant in the senior population. The disease is highly vascular, and it is possible that in the next 10 years there may be more people dying from a heart attack because there are so many people with Alzheimer's.


There is a disease called Alzheimer’s that is actually very similar to Alzheimer's. The difference is that Alzheimer’s has a more gradual onset. Although Alzheimer's begins slowly over several years, it is much more common for it to develop in one day.

Alzheimer's is an illness that can be caused by a lack of Vitamin B12, a deficiency of a vitamin, or both.

The disease is actually caused by a lack of the ability to use the brain to store and retrieve memories. This is like when you have short-term memory loss or the inability to recall words from a phone message. If you have Alzheimer's, then you lose the ability to access your memories and only use short-term memory.

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