Idk if this is actually true or not but just….they provided no sources, no studies, and no support other than this sentence. even if this is accurate please just back it up with evidence. as a bonus the alzheimers society says that pure turmeric isn’t easily absorbed and there’s almost no evidence to support it being a legitimate treatment for alzheimers
Yeah again, rule of thumb: if people claim miracle and don’t provide studies, they’re lying to you. And if people give you numbers but don’t provide studies, chances are those numbers are pulled straight from the rectum.
And another thing… dementia and alzheimer are things that usually set in later in life. The life expectancy for Canada is 82 years (Germany: 81, USA:79,3) (here). The life expectancy for India is 68,3 yeras. So you could get lower dementia numbers solely via life expectancy and we won’t know if that’s the case until someone’s shown us the number and lets us know if they were corrected for age. (read: we’re only looking at the relevant age cohort, so say: number of dementia cases 60-70 years of age, instead of the dementia incidences across the entire population).
Another thing is that industrial nations tend towards a higher average age. Plainly speaking: more old people than young people. Canada: 42, (Germany: 46,8, USA:37,9) India: 27,6. (here)
Naturally if you got more old people you’re going to get more dementia cases. That also has to be corrected for. Looking at the absolute numbers is not going to give you an accurate view.