Alzheimer’s is such a sad condition and so very devastating to families, that the key word is this discussion is PREVENTION!
Contrary to medical myth, Als’s is not a dis-ease, but it most certainly falls into the category of a condition, disorder or syndrome. Whatever you may choose to call it is irrelevant, because the focus here is NOT to treat the condition, but to avoid it.
It is tempting to assign Alz’s to the category of ‘genetic’ and family history; much like senility and other mental or neurological conditions. However, Alz’s need not be a worry or threat if each individual is will to address all of the factors that bring on all problems of aging and premature death.
The same issues that bring on tinnitus (ringing in the ears), or glaucoma or macular degeneration are also in play with Alz’s. Know that Asperger’s and autism are first cousins of Alz; and notice they all begin with ‘A’; so it should not come as a surprise that Alz’s is a classic autoimmune response, not a disease.
There are many fundamental issues that feed the development of Alz’s, such as: digestion, poor liver function, sluggish bowels, poor diet, toxic terrain, inflamed small intestinal wall, use of antibiotics, the Autoimmune Attack Cycle, vaccinations of all types; amalgam (mercury) dental fillings and sweets, sugar, fructose, high fructose corn syrup, agave, and actual fruit (frozen or fresh).
Core factors are: systemic, low-grade inflammation, the Autoimmune attack Cycle, poor blood flow to the head; amyloid plaque, scar tissue, sweets, compromised digestion of food, toxic bowels, insufficient water intake and drinking of chlorinated water, use of fluoridated tooth paste, insufficient sleep and lack of deep sleep and medications and NSAIDS of all types.
Alzheimer’s is a complicated story and it must be addressed individually BEFORE it has announced itself with or without diagnosis.
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