Intensive Nutritional Therapy for Alzheimers

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by Briana McDonald; (UtopiaSilver.com) A disease that was once rare now affects as many as 5.3 million people in the United States, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Ten percent of Americans over 65 and as many as fifty percent of those over 85 are at risk for this devastating disease. How did the rate increase so dramatically? Research shows a few interesting connections to those who have this disease and their vitamin/mineral deficiencies along with the presence of aluminum concentration in the brain. Exposure to excessive amounts of aluminum, combined with a lack of essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants may create the grounds for this disease to develop. If you have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or know someone who has,… Read More →

Eat Your Cruciferous Veggies

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Written By: GreenMedInfo Research Group This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2017 Everyone knows that eating vegetables has profound health benefits. But, like all foods, not all vegetables are created the same. Some are better than others in terms of nutritional content, and overall contribution to vibrant health. If you look more closely at their phytochemical [plant-based chemical] content, or the growing amount of research into their specific effects on the body and disease, a few vegetables appear to be downright “miracle” foods! One such group of veggies are those of the Brassica family; commonly known as cruciferous. These include broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, radish, rutabaga, turnip and even arugula. Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] What makes… Read More →

Turmeric Natural Solution for Alzheimer’s

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November 28, 2016 (NaturalSociety.com) Whether you’re a celebrity or factory worker, much-loved or infamous, Alzheimer’s disease doesn’t care who you are. Like a mindless monster, it eats everything that makes people who they are. But even though you can’t reason with it, an increasing number of nutritional and herbal medicines are showing potential in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Now, researchers are finding a connection between turmeric and Alzheimer’s prevention, focusing on a increasingly popular herbal solution. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] Turmeric, more specifically curcumin – its most “active” component – has attracted the attention of researchers after population studies showed that it may reduce the risk of dementia. One study published in 2000 found that Indian people… Read More →

Mineral Water Reduces Symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Vaccine Injury Pg 2

Continued From Page 1–> August 24, 2016 Written By: Christina England, BA Hons This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2016 (GreenMedInfo.com) At approximately 47 minutes 45 seconds in the video, he stated: “Like many of you, I am contacted on a regular basis by people who have been adversely affected, sometimes by vaccination and other aluminium-related issues. I have been contacted by parents of girls who have taken the human papillomavirus vaccination and they have said, is there anything we can do, has it got anything to do with aluminium? I don’t tell them it’s got anything to do with aluminium, that is not my role, I am not a doctor. I would simply tell them look, if there… Read More →

Acupuncture Helps Prevent Memory Loss

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August 18, 2016 (NaturalSociety.com) Acupuncture may help those who are suffering from the early stages of dementia, a new study suggests. This stage, known as mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is somewhere between that of memory loss due to normal aging and memory loss due to dementia. This new study is one of the first that looks at the combination of Western and Eastern medicine, suggesting that acupuncture may work best if they are used in concert with one another. [1] [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] For this research, 568 people with MCI were studied. 288 received acupuncture whilst the remainder received nimodipine, a drug that is supposed to help reduce some of the effects of Alzheimer’s and dementia. Three such… Read More →

Alzheimer’s Cases Could Be Misdiagnosed

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August 11, 2016 (NaturalBlaze.com) Two new studies have shown that Alzheimer’s disease is frequently misdiagnosed. The rate of misdiagnosis may even be as high as 1 in 5 people being diagnosed incorrectly, which can lead to significant emotional consequences. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] The issue also extends to those who are not diagnosed as having Alzheimer’s, but actually do, which also leads to incorrect treatment and further stress. Findings from both of these studies were presented at Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, held from July 22 to 28 in Toronto, Canada. In the first study, a team from the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, found that men are often highly misdiagnosed with Alzheimer’s, and at a much higher rate than… Read More →

Ways to Keep Your Mind Sharp at Any Age

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August 5, 2016 (TheTruthAboutCancer.com) We all forget things from time to time − our keys, our glasses, and sometimes even our children’s names (ha!). We don’t necessarily think much of it because, heck, life’s busy and mistakes happen. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] Generally speaking, the occasional brain glitch isn’t anything to worry about and doesn’t necessarily mean that we’re all losing our minds: it’s just a normal part of the human experience. And yet, as we grow older, our senses gradually decline and our brains no longer seem to work like they once did. An inevitable consequence of the aging process, right? While it’s definitely true that age-related brain decline is a common occurrence for many people, it’s not… Read More →

Smell Test Detects Alzheimer’s

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August 2, 2016 (NaturalSociety.com) Doctors may one day be able to test people for Alzheimer’s disease by testing their ability to identify familiar scents, like smoke, coffee, and raspberry. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] In 2 studies released at an international Alzheimer’s meeting July 26, people who were in their 60s and older took a standard odor test. In both cases, individuals who did poorly on the tests were more likely to already have or go on to develop memory and thinking problems. Dr. William Kreisl, a neurologist at Columbia University, where both studies were conducted, said: “The whole idea is to create tests that a general clinician can use in an office setting.” Currently, there is no real treatment… Read More →

Alzheimer’s May Be Detected With Eye Exam

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July 18, 2016 (NaturalSociety.com) Alzheimer’s has long baffled the medical community, leaving many of those who suffer and their family members frustrated and at the mercy of this cruel degenerative disorder. However, exciting new research shows that in may be possible in the near future to detect Alzheimer’s with a simple eye examination. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER OFFER] This innovation means the disease could be detected, and possibly stopped, before it wreaks havoc on the individual’s life. The study was recently published in the journal Ophthalmology and Visual Science. Scientists and the University of Minnesota are engaging in research with mice that points toward the possibility of detecting early stage Alzheimer’s during a routine eye examination. Researchers found that… Read More →

Cannabis Counters Alzheimer’s Disease

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July 7, 2016 (NaturalBlaze.com) As the baby boom generation begins to reach age 65 and beyond, the number of people with Alzheimer’s disease is escalating rapidly. This debilitating condition causes deterioration of thinking skills and memory, leading to the inability to recognize loved ones or carry out basic tasks. It is the 6th leading cause of death in the U.S. [Sponsor Links: COLLOIDAL SILVER & LIPOSOMAL VITAMIN C] About 5.4 million Americans now live with Alzheimer’s disease, and that number is expected to rise to 13.8 million by 2050 if no prevention or cure is developed. Fortunately, medical research is beginning to understand the mechanisms of the disease, which is paving the way for treatments. Among the most promising is… Read More →