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Nutrition to consider for memory maintenance: Ginkgo Biloba, Bacopa, Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Omega 3, Phosphatidyl-Choline, 

Have We Discovered the Cause of Neurodegenerative Disease? by Mark Hyman, M.D. - Sep 2019 interview with Jay Lombard, M.D. neurologist, who is finding that C. difficile infection (in the brain?) seems likely to contribute to ALS, Alzheimers, Parkinsons and maybe more like MS. They discuss how antibiotic therapy (and using acid blockers) may set someone up for these diseases. Fever (intentional hyperthermia - Dr. Hyman went to Mexico for his 107 degree F treatment) is shared as an endogenous treatment to possibly denature (protein) the bacteria spores. (Some people seem to never get a fever -bad?) Dr. Lombard is able to help slow disease progression. Bacteria like the brain because it has extra glucose. Sleep is important too. (Yale researcher found a way to externally monitor the brain temperature which assists safely using heat.) MS perhaps would benefit from cold therapy (heat exacerbates).

Medications that Seem to Facilitate Alzheimer's by MercolaPDF - May 2022 Anticholinergic drugs block acetylcholine affecting the nervous system. Found in antihistamines like Benadryl or Chlor-trimeton; sleep aids like Tylenol PM, Aleve PM or Unisom; motion sickness medication Dramamine; and various cold medicines. (e.g. diphenhydramine, chlorpheniramine, pyrilamine).

Profound Relationship Between Wheat, Carbs and Health with Dr. Perlmutter & Mercola on Bitchute - Mar 2022 Risk for Alzheimer's is drastically connected to insulin and diabetes discussed by neurologist David Perlmutter, M.D., author of Grain Brain. Discusses limiting dementia (which medication still fails at) with diet, exercise and other lifestyle changes.

Is Alzheimer's Reversible? Getting to the Root Cause with Dr. Dale Bredesen by Mark Hyman, M.D.- Apr 2021 Dr. Bredesen has a book The End of Alzheimer's and also The End of Alzheimer's Program. How to protect or fix your brain. See Apollo health.

How Sleep Seems to Affect Dementia by Dr. Rhonda Patrick - Apr 2021 Less than 5 hours per night double your risk.

Preventing and Reversing Alzheimer's with Dr. Dale Bredesen by Dr. Rhonda Patrick - Oct 2018 There are several types of Alzheimer's. Type 1 = inflammatory (hot), 2 = non-inflammatory, atrophic (dry), 3 - cortical toxicity and 1.5 = change in cerebra glucose metabolism. It seems taht the beta amyloid and tau tangles may be the brain's defense mechanism against microbes and heavy metals/toxins (or loss of trophic support) respectively. Their treatment plan is customized depending on the patient's type. Treatments includes exercise, sleep, organic vegetables, some fish, flexatarian keto eating with a minimum of 12-16 hour daily fasting, not eating less than 3 hours before sleep, avoiding/ eliminating toxins, hot sauna and watching your BMI. (Dr. Rolland's comments: Technical and fast paced but interesting. I would like to see what this doctor is now recommending.)

Parkinsons and Exercise Benefits with Dr. Giselle Petzinger by Dr. Rhonda Patrick - Oct 2020

B-Vitamin Deficiency Can Lead to Psychosis and Alzheimer's by MercolaPDF - Apr 2022

Link Between Sugar and Alzheimer's Strengthens by MercolaPDF - Feb 2022 Insulin resistance is a factor. Also 90mg of turmeric over 18 months improved memory function by 28%.

Tests to Assess for Chronic Illness by - Dec 2020 CENSORED Do cataracts predict Alzheimer's? Can other diseases be predicted?

Glaucoma May be Related to Alzheimer's Risk by - Jan 2021 CENSORED Testing for Alzheimer's? 


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