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How To Outsmart Alzheimer’s Disease

January 26, 2016

Learn How To Beat, Treat Alzheimer‘s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the fastest-growing cause of death in the world. It’s killing more than 50 million people now. The count is likely much higher. Millions more will be diagnosed this year, while millions more will go undiagnosed and misdiagnosed. Unfortunately, most of these deaths could have been prevented. The discriminatory nature of the disease now reflects the characteristics of an environmental disease where some people are more exposed and vulnerable than others.

Alzheimer's disease infectious

For example, did you know that:

  • Women are contracting the disease at twice the rate of men?
  • Caregivers are six times more likely to contract neurodegenerative disease than people who are not caregivers?
  • People from some regions of the world are at a higher risk than others. Finland, Iceland, Sweden and the United States have the highest death rates from Alzheimer’s in the world?
  • Food is the best strategy to avoid the disease and treat it?

The most common forms of neurodegenerative disease include Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. According to Nobel Prize Laureate, Stanley Prusiner, they’re all part of the same disease spectrum—prion disease. It’s also known as transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE). The operative word is transmissible.

prions Prusiner nobel prize

There are many more questions than answers regarding neurodegenerative disease. Most diagnoses are just a process of elimination and an educated guess. If the patient has a memory disorder, it’s Alzheimer’s disease. If it’s a movement disorder, the diagnosis is Parkinson’s disease. If the patient exhibits both symptoms, flip a coin. If the person is near death and incapacitated, it might be Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). Confirmation requires an autopsy—which rarely happens.

Most doctors are unable to distinguish between advanced forms of Alzheimer’s disease and the highly aggressive and contagious version known as CJD. Experts suggest that Alzheimer’s diagnoses are wrong at least 25 percent of the time, which means that at least 25 percent of Alzheimer’s cases are highly contagious cases of CJD. Millions of caregivers around the world are taking care of people with CJD, without warning. Given the imprecise diagnostics, all cases of neurodegenerative disease should be considered infectious.

Alzheimer's disease transmission

Adding to the madness is the fact that millions of other diagnoses are being withheld altogether. Misdiagnoses and suppressed diagnoses represent a nightmare for caregivers and the public at large. It’s just the tip of an iceberg regarding misinformation and mismanagement that is fueling this devastating global epidemic. As we will discuss, there is no evidence to suggest that Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease are not infectious.

Prion disease also kills wildlife, sea mammals and livestock. It’s known as mad cow disease and chronic wasting disease in deer. There is no species barrier. It has become an environmental nightmare.

Death rates from heart disease, cancer and other leading causes of death are dropping thanks to advances in nutrition, medicine and disease management. Unfortunately, Alzheimer’s disease is the one glaring exception. It’s spreading exponentially. If we had accurate mortality statistics, we would likely find that neurodegenerative disease is already the leading cause of death around the world. It will get worse. It could be the greatest health threat that the world has ever seen.

There are many factors contributing to the global epidemic. Age and genetics are not the dominant factors for most people any longer. Navigating our toxic world is getting more difficult by the day. Some foods and water sources are contributing to our demise. Others are the best medicines on earth.

Alzheimer's disease treatment

For example, there are three big reasons that organic foods can protect you from neurodegenerative disease. We discuss several foods and factors in our upcoming documentary that can help you and your family avert Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. We also will explain which foods help treat the disease.

Despite billions of dollars spent on research, the FDA has only approved six drugs to treat Alzheimer’s disease. Their benefit is questionable at best.

We offer hope, help and empowerment, but we are challenging reckless policies that are fueling this transmissible epidemic around the globe. There are many steps that you can take to help avoid neurodegenerative disease. Many of these steps can help you avoid other major diseases, including heart disease, cancer and diabetes.

According to the Mayo Clinic, Alzheimer’s disease is largely preventable. They claim that the risk for cognitive impairment is 42 percent lower in elderly individuals who consume healthy fats and fewer carbohydrates. Up to half of those who have Alzheimer’s disease could have prevented it with a smarter diet and exercise. Smart food is our best hope for both prevention and treatment.

Alzheimer's disease treatment

As we explain in the documentary, the nutritional insight that promotes brain health promotes our overall health. The foods that benefit our brains often benefit our hearts. They also help us avoid obesity, diabetes and cancer.

We will examine several issues, including the toxic role of glucose and carbohydrates in our diet. We also will discuss how gluten sensitivity is involved in most chronic disease, including those affecting the brain. We offer dozens of strategies and tips that can help you beat and treat neurodegenerative disease and others. This information will empower you with the knowledge to make smarter food choices, while empowering you to seek out more answers and find new hope on your own.

Crossbow Communications, one of the leading public affairs firms in the world, will produce the documentary. Sponsorship and investment opportunities are available. For more information, please contact Gary Chandler gary@crossbow1.com

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