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Alzheimer's association

Legendary Supplements proudly supports the Alzheimer’s Association, and 5% of each sale goes directly to assisting this great organization.

About 11 percent of Americans over 65 years or older currently have Alzheimer's. The Alzheimer's Association leads the way to end Alzheimer's and all other dementia — by accelerating global research, driving risk reduction and early detection, and maximizing quality care and support.

Founded in 1980, the Alzheimer’s Association provides support and assistance to those dealing with Alzheimer’s, as well as providing advanced research into the disease itself.

The Alzheimer’s Association now reaches or assists millions of people affected by not only Alzheimer’s, but other forms of dementia as well. They are the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s support, care, and research.

Why We Support Alzheimer's Association

My mother Frida turns 88 years old this May. She's a fantastic mother and wife with a great sense of humor and an energetic disposition. Married to my father Jacob, a physician, for nearly 59 years, she has a love for French music, tennis, and other people. She played tennis about four times a week until about six months ago.

Physically, she resembles someone twenty years younger, but Alzheimer's has robbed her of her memory and her natural confidence and energy. My father, a retired physician, won't complain, but caring for her is challenging. She needs prodding to get out of bed, take her pills, shower, and do other tasks.

My family believes that we must face situations head-on. We don’t make them out to be any better or worse than they are, but we deal with them and make the most of every situation. We've done this with my mother's condition. She is truly amazing, someone who is always ready to smile or laugh and never seems to be overtly depressed over her condition. It inspires my siblings and me, and I know that if I can face any challenges as I age, even half as well, I will be lucky.

The philanthropist David Rubenstein talks about how he is "sprinting to the finish" of his life. All of us will face either mental or physical challenges as we age and appreciate the presence of physical and psychological health and not take it for granted. I wholeheartedly agree with his philosophy. In contrast to my mother, my father is very sharp mentally but is breaking down physically in constant, oppressive pain.

My parents inspire me every day. They face their challenges with good humor, spirit, and energy while being attentive to the needs of others. On behalf of my parents and siblings, I am honored to be associated with the Alzheimer's Association and their purposeful and difference-making work.


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