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Alzheimer's disease progresses slow in the beginning. This neurodegenerative disorder is characterized by loss of memory and cognition. Alzheimer's disease exhibits different psychiatric symptoms believed to be caused by synapse loss (Katzman and Saitoh, in1991). Senile plaques and neurofibrillary tangles in the brain are believed to be one of the hallmarks of the disease. Amyloid-beta peptide, is a principal component of senile plaques and is thought to be central to the pathogenesis of the disease. The Alzheimer's disease brain is under significant oxidative stress. Both protein oxidation and lipid peroxidation have been found to be significantly increased in the progression of the Alzheimer's disease brain
BioAnue Alzheimer's Mender Naturally Reverses Alzheimer's Disease
Alzheimer's disease affects about 10% of the population at age 65 and affects an astonishing 50% by age 80. This article explores the use Alzheimer's Mender to effectively remove oxidative stress from the brain, repair the neurological-network, encourage the production of brain cells, and help rebuild the hippocampus.
What are behavioral and psychiatric symptoms of Alzheimer's disease?
The term "behavioral and psychiatric symptoms" refers to a large group of symptoms that are general symptoms but are not present in all patients.
According to the Alzheimer's Association common behavioral changes include:
• Sleep disturbances
• Physical or verbal outbursts
• Emotional distress
• Restlessness, pacing, shredding paper or tissues and yelling
• Delusions (firmly held belief in things that are not real)
• Hallucinations (seeing, hearing or feeling things that are not there)
What are the causes?
The specific cause of onset of disease is still not completely known. There are various factors which result in the condition, each with a different outcome. Age plays an important role as people beyond 65 are at more risk of having the disease. Family inheritance of the disease is also another risk factor as genetics plays a role being 1% of the cases of Alzheimer's disease. Early onset of the disease is more inherited which occurs usually between the ages of 30 to 60. Certain risk factor genes are also involved in onset of disease. Gene that makes one form of a protein apolipoprotein E (ApoE) is the only risk factor gene identified so far.
The connection between neuron failure in Alzheimer's disease and depleted myelin cholesterol (via ApoE deficiency) has also been described in Cholesterol Depletion and consequently is a known statin therapy adverse drug reaction.
The National Institute of Health admits
Allopathic drugs do not cure Alzheimer's disease.
The US government believes there is no Drug or supplement treatment that can stop or reverse Alzheimer's disease. However, some medications such as cholinesterase inhibitors can be helpful for patients in the early or middle stages of AD to prevent some symptoms from becoming worse for a limited time. Some behavioral symptom of Alzheimer's disease such as sleeplessness, agitation, wandering, anxiety, and depression can be controlled by intake of some medicines. The National Institute of Health has misinformed us with their belief that the progression of Alzheimer's disease is an absolute which cannot be slowed down; they are wrong. In reality, Alzheimer's is the result of a nutritional deficiency, namely a deficiency of key nutrients.
Citicoline Essential to Health
The National Institute of Health has misinformed us with their belief that the progression of Alzheimer's disease is an absolute which cannot be slowed down;1 they are wrong. In reality, Alzheimer's is the result of a nutritional deficiency … namely a deficiency of CDP-choline (citicoline). Citicoline provides key developmental structure and functions like stem cell proliferation, lifelong memory function, and brain and spinal cord development.
When one becomes deficient in citicoline, neurotransmission becomes faulty, cell membranes become unstable, muscle function becomes impaired, liver function becomes compromised, fetal development becomes defective, allowing neural tube defects; postmenopausal woman exhibit fatty liver or muscle damage, and general organ dysfunction can also occur. Research has revealed that Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia can be greatly improved by the administration of citicoline.
Alzheimer's Disease Explained
The membrane in the brain of Alzheimer's patients has been studied, revealing nutritionally deprived cells. These deprived cells abnormally use up the phospholipid, which indicates that the cells' function is inhibited; creating an Adenosine 5'-triphosphate (ATP) deficiency–a metabolic energy cycle which maintains cell membrane integrity. This ATP deficiency inhibits the creation and repairing of cell-neurons. Neuron deficiency can be considered Alzheimer's disease because neurons are, in fact, our memories.
Poor nutrition from a diet that is high in carbohydrates (sugar) low in protein and low in green foods induces malnutrition. Enzyme deficiencies promote malabsorption of nutrients, and alcoholic beverages work as solvents and diuretics stripping the body of essential nutrients (pharmaceutical drugs e.g., diuretics are used routinely by doctors about the age of 40 as a hypertensive medicine.).
Another deficiency Alzheimer's patients suffer from is thiamine (vitamin B1). Vitamin B1 supplementation cannot restore neurons lost in this fashion but can restore adequate energy production in remaining healthy brain cells and can do much to prevent this disease from occurring.
Heavy metals have been shown to create a chemical imbalance in the brain which block the repair of the neurons by disrupting the normal function of the cell.
Hair mineral analysis can be used to rule out heavy metal toxicity which in turn will rule out possible neurological damage.
Substances such as natural chelation agents such as, Alpha lipoic Acid, and Glutathione and/or synthetic Chelation agents such as EDTA will remove the heavy metals from your body. Hair mineral analysis or classic signs of deficiency and toxicity can also be used as a detection method.
What We Should Eat
Supplementing with Alzheimer's Mender at 4650mg is the most important supplement one can take to fight Alzheimer's.
Oxidation Mender 8000mg
ATP at 1050mg is of critical importance allowing all the nutrients to work better.
Essential Supplement @ 6,000mg
Spirulina for the key nutrients @ 4,500 mg per day Supply the body with B vitamins and other key essential nutrients the body needs to repair itself. L-Glutathione @ 350mg will detoxify cells and stabilize cell membrane and aid in biological functions rebuilding the cells. Q-10 @ 250mg will aid in antioxidant defense.
Choline & ATP Create CDP Choline
The biosynthesis of choline to CDP Choline is the reaction of choline with ATP (di- and mono- Adenosine 5'-triphosphate, [ATP-ADP7]). This process has to be orchestrated inside the body to have the bio-available usefulness needed to rebuild the brain. CDP Choline easily crosses the blood-brain barrier. As it enters into the bloodstream of the brain, blood flow is increased.
Alzheimer's Mender® is pure CDP Choline. ATP- AMP restores structural integrity and functionality of the neuronal logical membranes that may assist in membrane repair. ATP Pure Energy™ is pure ATP– Adenosine 5'-triphosphate.
BioAnue Alzheimer's Mender is food that allows brain cells to be formed and regenerated. ATP will make the process work more efficiently. Other supplements such as Essential Supplement, Spirulina, L-Glutathione & Q-10 will help repair the fundamental problems in the body that initially created these deficiencies. Systemic enzyme like DailyZyme will help to reduce inflammation in the brain and to remove fibrin in the brain as well as systemically.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.