Many people today are concerned with Alzheimer’s disease, either because they are concerned with getting it themselves or are concerned with an aging parent or spouse who may already be showing symptoms. If you can pinpoint what causes Alzheimer’s disease, perhaps there’s something you can do to avoid getting it, or delay it as much as possible.
Scientists and biologists have much to learn about the human brain, and Alzheimer’s disease in particular. They have yet to pinpoint exactly what causes it or why it affects certain people and not others. Of course, they are making new discoveries every single day, but again, they still have quite a ways to go.
It has been suggested that genetics plays a large part in whether or not someone gets Alzheimer’s disease, and at what age. It’s also noteworthy that Alzheimer’s disease is degenerative, meaning that it gets worse over time. How it progresses is also very different between each patient, and again they claim, genetics no doubt plays a huge role in this.
Well, it’s not genetic, and I’m going to prove that to you in a second, but if you have every family member who has got Alzheimer’s Disease, that means you have the same family physician. You want to get a new doctor.
Your brain is 75% pure cholesterol. And if you are really good at giving up cholesterol, and you are painstakingly careful about eliminating cholesterol in your diet, what’s going to happen in about 10 to 12 years? Well, you start losing that myelin, that insulating stuff out of your brain, again it makes up 75% of your brain weight, and the old squashola goes and you get Alzheimer’s Disease.
You can prevent Alzheimer’s Disease, you can reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s Disease to almost zero, if you eat two eggs every morning, soft scrambled, poached or soft boiled every morning, not fried. And certainly no fried foods. And you want to take in all 90 essential nutrients, you want to make sure you are taking in 1200 to 2000 units of Vitamin E everyday if you have Alzheimer’s in your family. And doctors just go berserk when you I say things like that. I used to say that we could prevent Alzheimer’s Disease in pigs and chickens, and they say “you show us where pigs and chickens get Alzheimer’s Disease”. Well I can’t, because we prevent it!” (Dr. Joel Wallach, “Trust Me, I’m A Doctor”)
It’s unlikely in the next few years traditional scientists and alopathic doctors will come to understand what causes Alzheimer’s disease, declare a cure, or even help people prevent it from developing in the first place. Why? Because there is millions of dollars at stake in the research and treatment of the symptoms. In the meantime, all that anyone can do is take the best care of themselves that they possibly can. Eat a nutritious diet, get your 90 essential nutrients, get regular exercise, build your family bonds, and watch your health overall. These things of course can’t guarantee that you won’t get Alzheimer’s disease, but there is research to suggest that they can help to delay or offset it.