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Coping With Alzheimer's: Using Food as a Way to Help Cope With Alzheimer's

Use Food as a Way to Help Your Loved One Cope With Alzheimer's

Do an experiment right now. Let your friend blindfold you. Sit on a chair. Now your friend will be adding a drop of different flavors onto your tongue. You have to identify them. The flavors are fresh tomato, avocado, cilantro, chocolate, steak, barbecue sauce, and coconut. How well do you think you’ll do at identifying them? Most likely if you are like everyone else, you’ll get them all right. But that’s not the experiment. The experiment...

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