Steps to Reverse Alzheimer’ Disease

Posted on Oct 22, 2019 in Natural Health, Nutrition

Steps to Reverse Alzheimer’ Disease

Imagine a world where you no longer need fear spending your golden years in a state of complete mental decline, living out your last days in the care of others. Such a world should be guaranteed for all, outside of their imaginations; yet all around us, people we care about are dying because our medical health care system can only offer outdated medications that have proven time and again to be ultimately ineffective at treating the symptoms of brain degeneration and dementia.

There are landmark discoveries being made in the treatment of brain impairment and its related conditions, like Alzheimer’s disease. So the problem is not one of a lack of quality information; rather, it is how this information is used. That is the purpose of this book: to provide you with the most up-to-date information about brain impairment and its treatment, so that you can better serve as a personal advocate and participant in your brain’s health.

It is important to put the information found in this book to use sooner rather than later, to better lower your risk factors as you age and to reverse any existing symptoms of dementia and brain shrinkage attributed to Alzheimer’s disease. It is critical that everyone come to understand—there is a difference between physiological aging (or “normal” aging) and pathological aging, which involves the unnatural deterioration of brain function, quickly setting the stage for severe brain impairment.

Caring for Your Brain Health

In recent years, people have become more willing and able to take proper care of their physical body. People are exercising more and making more of an effort to understand the foods they put in their bodies. But what about our brains?

Just like the rest of your body, the brain has specific nutritional needs that must be met to ensure proper health and functionality. In fact, nutrition is at the root of all metabolic changes that instigate dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. For this reason, we’ll be looking at a comprehensive overview of nutritional approaches and therapeutics to modulate our brain’s cells to enhance their growth and productivity. We’ll also learn how best to empower primary care givers with the knowledge of applied nutrition and nutraceuticals, so that they can translate that information into a foundation of restorative brain health for those in their care. This is how we will reverse Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, naturally: by acquiring a new knowledge base and learning how to apply it. The additional personal benefits in terms of prevention and treatment of certain symptoms cannot be overstated.

Remember, the future is far from set. We can all learn how to enhance our lives, mentally, emotionally and physically!

Reversing Concepts

Let’s first explore the reasons why dementia and Alzheimer’s disease manifest, and the steps that must be taken in their reversal process.

Biologically, the reasons for the manifestation of things like memory problems, that may lead to severe dementia or Alzheimer’s, can be explained. Consider this: the food you eat becomes the information transmitted to your cells, your genes. This information influences the cells’ actions, and can either help foster or inhibit good health. From the moment of birth, what we eat determines the direction of our future health. Take a quick look at what you’ve been eating most of your life; are you creating disease or health?

You may be wondering about the role that genetics plays in the natural reversal process of mental deterioration. Professionally, things like genetics or predisposition of inherent weakness are of note but are not my primary concern when assessing a new patient or setting up a revised health protocol. Rather, we view these inherent weaknesses as areas that need to be either rebalanced or propped up. (There are certainly exceptions to this rule, but remember that traditional medical practices never address biochemical elements involved in the body’s function or restoration. For example, if a child is born with a debilitating illness, standard protocol will not include the specific nutritional elements necessary to correct or support the imbalance. Neither will it address the fact that the body needs to be treated as a whole, and not as one isolated area.) Weak area can be made stronger or weaker, depending on your health choices. In other words, you are not destined to fall prey to disease because genetic tendencies run in your family.

The Cost of Alzheimer’s Care

The health care cost for Alzheimer’s patients in the United States is estimated to have been $236 billion in 2016. Meanwhile, the worldwide cost of Alzheimer’s and dementia is estimated to be $605 billion. This is huge, especially when you consider this is equivalent to 1 percent of the global gross domestic product.

The prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease is roughly doubling every five years for those above 65 years of age and affects more than 60 percent of persons above 95 years of age. Worldwide, there were an estimated 46.8 million people living with dementia as of 2015. This number has approximately doubled every 20 years, indicating that there will be 74.7 million sufferers in 2030 and 131.5 million by 2050. As of 2017, an estimated 5.5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s, of which an estimated 5.3 million are age 65 or older while 200,000 are under the age of 65.
Viewing this in terms of its worldwide economic burden reinforces the need for earlier diagnosis and timely interventions that competently deals with the cause. Alzheimer’s disease is on a fast track to becoming a global health crisis.

Another disturbing fact is the steadily growing mortality rate of Alzheimer’s disease. Official records indicate that deaths from Alzheimer’s disease increased 89 percent between 2000 and 2014 in the United States. It is now the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and fifth leading cause of death among those ages 65 and older.


Copyright © 2019 – All Rights Reserved – Michelle Honda Ph.D.


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