Updated March 22, 2023
Alzheimers Disease is a neurodegenerative process that leads to a form of dementia by the same name. This diagnosis is given to people from age 50’s to 80’s. It is hard to believe that the cause of progressive dementia in a 50 year old is the same as that of an 80 year old. In addition, the routine neurological evaluation only provides rudimentary testing for deficiencies, toxicities and inflammation. Lead (Pb), Leaky Gut Syndrome, and Hormonal Dysfunctions, as examples, can be reversible factors causing and/or exacerbating any brain dysfunction. More to come…
Microbial involvement in Alzheimer disease development and progression.2020
Fungal Enolase, B-Tubulin, and Chitin Are Detected in Brain Tissue from Alzheimer’s Disease Patients.2016
Polymicrobial Infections In Brain Tissue From Alzheimer’s Disease Patients.2017
The Immune System and Its Dysregulation with Aging.
Geroprotector– A Unified Concept and Screening Approaches.
Microglia and amyloid precursor protein coordinate control of transient Candida cerebritis with memory deficits.2019
Mercola – Decrease Your Risk of Alzheimer’s With This (12/29/2022)
Lower brain and blood nutrient status in Alzheimer’s disease–Results from meta-analyses
Stem Cells as Potential Targets of Polyphenols in Multiple Sclerosis and Alzheimer’s Disease.2018
Vitamin K2 Holds Promise for Alzheimer’s Prevention and Treatment.2021
The Post-amyloid Era in Alzheimer’s Disease–Trust Your Gut Feeling
The Role of Immunosenescence in Neurodegenerative Diseases.
Association between use of systemic and inhaled glucocorticoids and changes in brain volume and white matter microstructure–a cross-sectional study using data from the UK Biobank.2022