Want To Prevent Alzheimer's?

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Alzheimer's Disease

For one option to prevent Alzheimer's, the progressive memory loss and mental deterioration associated with brain damage, you can try this: Place blind faith in the conventional research establishment, an outfit that for 40 years has been hot on the trail of a cure for cancer, but has come up empty. Here's their present focus:

Because the heavy metal aluminum has been implicated as a possible causal factor in a number of diseases, medical scientists have targeted it as the cause of Alzheimer's disease.

Experts recommend we avoid aluminum. But we can't.

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To avoid aluminum we must forego all fruits, nuts, grains, and vegetables, even natural water itself, as they contain large amounts of aluminum. But recent research, reported in the Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, suggests a possible way to protect brain cells against aluminum.

Monkeying with rabbits, medical scientists injected an aluminum compound into the brain fluids of the bunnies. The aluminum compound, as theorized, wreaked havoc with the rabbits' neurons.

However, when the researchers dosed the rabbits with lithium, a favorite treatment for schizophrenia, it prevented neuronal death from exposure to the aluminum compound.

As Alzheimer's usually kicks in during middle age, presumably our medical scientists will design a protocol for you to take

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