Type 3 Diabetes: Metabolic Causes of Alzheimer’s Disease

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Amy Berger Some researchers believe the connection between impaired glucose metabolism, insulin signaling and AD is so strong that they refer to AD as “type 3 diabetes.” In fact, type 2 diabetes (T2D)—a condition stemming from broken glucose metabolism and insulin signaling—has been identified as an additional risk factor for developing AD. Moreover, the pathological […]

Glyphosate Weed Killer Crosses Blood-Brain Barrier, Linked to Alzheimer’s and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases

Beyond Pesticides An Arizona State University (ASU) study shows that the popular herbicide glyphosate can infiltrate the brain through the blood (blood-brain barrier), increasing neurological disease risk. The blood-brain barrier filters various molecules entering the brain from the circulatory system. However, the permeation of glyphosate molecules elevates the expression of TNFα and the accumulation of […]

Keto Therapies

Charlie Foundation for Ketogenic Therapies There are five variations of the Ketogenic Diet which have been published in medical literature as effective treatments for diseases that have an underlying metabolic dysregulation, such as epilepsy, cancer, and Alzheimer’s. The original Ketogenic Therapy, known as the classic Ketogenic Diet, or classic Keto for short, was designed in […]

Kidney Collecting Tubules Constellation (German New Medicine)

learninggnm.com Disorientation, a loss of sense of time, and confusion are symptoms of so-called Alzheimer’s disease (see also Alzheimer’s with short-term memory loss and dementia related to a (Post)Sensory Cortex Constellation). In conventional medicine it is assumed that Alzheimer’s is either genetic, caused by a B12 deficiency, hypothyroidism, systemic infections, or the consequence of a stroke. Dr. Hamer’s research shows that the mental condition presented with […]

Alzheimer’s Disease and Osteopathy

Ari Chow With Alzheimer’s disease being an illness that has as yet a cure or reliable preventive measure, this thesis aims to examine how osteopathy could potentially be beneficial in the alleviation and in support of the healing of the disease.

Traditional Chinese Medicine: A Promising Candidate for the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease

Zhi-Kun Sun, Hong-Qi Yang and Sheng-Di Chen Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is an age-related neurodegenerative disorder, characterized clinically by insidious onset of memory and cognition impairment, emergence of psychiatric symptoms and behavioral disorder, and impairment of activities of daily living (ADL). Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is practiced in the Chinese health care system for more than […]

Why Isn’t There A Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease?

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A Midwestern Doctor One of the most challenging diseases of aging is Alzheimer’s disease. … Given the enormous economic and social cost of Alzheimer’s disease (which any of you will understand if you have a relative with Alzheimer’s), one must ask why no treatment has ever been found for it. The answer is quite simple: […]

What Causes Alzheimer’s Disease?

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A Midwestern Doctor … In the case of AD, there has been a tunnel vision focus upon amyloid plaques being its cause and countless failed attempts to treat AD by removing those plaques, with some of the examples highlighted in the previous article bordering on absurdity. … There are three key reasons why the story […]