Insulin March 31, 2006
The Relationship Between Insulin and Diabetes, and Alzheimer's
This report is organized into two parts: the Executive Summary (Conclusions) of 29 lines and a Detailed Report summarizing the
information on which the Conclusions are based, this of 238 lines. It is designed so that you don't have to read the whole report if
all you want is answers to the question, "How does this affect me and what action should I take?". In that case, your question can be
answered by reading only the Executive Summary. If you want to know "Why?" read the rest and check the references for all the details.
Also, please understand that the Executive Summary is written by members of the Alzheimer's Avoidance Association for internal
consumption. It is not to be construed as medical advice in any way. It is what the researchers concluded and is what they themselves
are doing. They have the right to express their opinions and tell you what THEY are doing, if you are interested. If you want to do
the same thing, that is your business and your prerogative. If you want medical advice, please consult your (licensed) Physician.