It’s the statin drugs causing this huge increase in alzheimers
Cholesterol is brain food and protection.
EMRaware • 4 years ago
The pineal gland (amongst other glands) is most certainly damaged by electromagnetic radiation. EMR disrupts the normal melatonin output associated with circadian rhythms, anti-carcinogenic functioning,
Alzheimer’s disease does reflect our bodily and environmental health as a whole. It’s refreshing to see someone taking this stance. Great share!
There is growing clinical evidence/studies that indicate the current plague of calcified placques can not only be stopped, but reversed:
Since calcified placques appear to specifically develop in areas of acute inflammation (mitigation/repair response) the above method for reversal requires high anti-oxidant intake and a commitment that may radically change ones lifestyle.
A relation, with severely elevated small LDL and triglyceride cholesterol levels and extensive calcified arterial / cardiovascular placques, has strictly adhered to the above protocol for over a year and has reduced preexisting calcified plaques by as much as 35 to 40 percent.
Middleway, thank you for posting this – it needs to go in the discussion section under every article on atherosclerosis and cardiovascular health. Your relative has done an awesome amount of research and pulled it together in a clear, comprehensive way. I am in the process of implementing each method of plaque regression that he reported on in my husband’s daily regimen (he has thickening in the walls of his carotid artery – will get a CT scan in February.
By the way, he has a series of excellent videos on youtube. I subscribed in case he creates any more. It sounds like LEF was a good resource for him – I bet he would appreciate the research resources available here on GreenMedInfo as well. Here is the question I have – he said several things that made me feel he was referring to a document that he had made available or a website he has created?? Does anyone have any knowledge what he is talking about
I’m almost done listening to the whole series. For anyone trembling on the brink of Altzheimer’s, if the current theory of calcification of soft tissues in the brain is correct, please watch the video Middleway posted – it is a great compendium of research on ways to prevent and even reverse calcification processes. The studies he was referring to had to do with arterial plaque, but the underlying processes would most likely be similar anywhere in the body. Especially do the research on vitamin K2 (mk4, mk7). If you go to scholar.google.comand look up “warfarin calcification” you can see that the many people taking coumadin (warfarin) are running at high risk for soft tissue calcification…. including the brain??
Peggy, click on the video link that middleway posted and then on the “more” below it so you can see the full screen. In the lower right corner, you can click on “youtube” and watch it on youtube. That is where you can subscribe. There, you can see it was uploaded by Claudio C. If you search youtube for Claudio C you can find this screen where some of his other videos are: https://www.youtube.com/cha… Click on the one that says “Atherosclerosis can be reversed”. By the way, 3 years ago, my husband’s carotid intimal media thickness (CIMT) was 9 years older than his physical age on the chart. This year when they redid the ultrasound, his artery walls were 3 years younger than his physical age! During these 3 years, he has eaten tinned fish (herring or sardines) every morning with ground flax sprinkled on, half a grapefruit and half an avocado. The rest of the day, he keeps meat to a strict minimum and is very careful about fats, doesn’t eat much wheat or dairy at all and eats lots and lots and lots of vegetables, fruits, legumes and nuts. Also oatbran/flax muffins. He takes a full complement of supplements and drinks at least a 1/2 cup of purple juice a day (like Trader Joe’s Power 7) – we have a big garden and I buy pomegranite juice on sale. I freeze berries and fruits and in the fall mix together and can up a very large batch of pomegranite juice, Concord grape, Methley plum (a juicy plum with dark purple flesh), black mulberry, black currant, black gooseberry, elderberry, aronia, blackberry, cranberry, tart cherry and raspberry juices.) I know the research was based on pomegranite juice, but I still like the idea of having a nice mix and so far, so good!