Week 31 (2018) – Heart Breaking
Health News (Week 31 – 2018)
By Robert Redfern
No, this newsletter is not about heart disease but something that I believe to be much worse both for the suffer and their family. Alzheimer’s/Dementia is always on my mind because it is always in the media. Charities are always begging for money but I reported earlier this year, “Merck, the infamous drug company, announced it is stopping research into drugs for Alzheimer’s. Others are expected to follow. Of course, this is after Pharma has received billions from governments and fake charities (your donations) to finance their research”. Why would anyone give money to such organisations confuses me?
Alzheimer’s is already the prime cause of death in females in the UK and many other western countries are seeing the dramatic march of Alzheimer’s. Even worse, it is a horrible disease for both sufferers and family alike.
I listened to the radio this morning and the authorities are running out of money to look after the epidemic of sufferers of these conditions.
I have an updated solution in my eBook for Alzheimer’s/Dementia. It is based upon the studies at the end and below. A few people have reported great results but I need more. What is missing is lots of people to use it exactly as in my plan and give me a testimonial to help convince thousand out there that they and their families don’t have to suffer this terrible torture. So I am making a very powerful offer .
A ground-breaking study from Spain confirms what I have known for a while and formed the basis of the plan in my book. There are various studies as to why we get Alzheimer’s including a virus and bacteria. They could both be correct but this week the study confirmed that there are fungus and inflammation in the brains only of those with Alzheimer’s and not in anyone else. Fungus, bacteria and virus can all coexist and usually do for the same reasons.
The good news is the various reasons and causes can all be solved with the same plan whether you’re trying to prevent or reverse the condition.
Plaque is NOT the cause of Alzheimer’s – This has been proven by the fact that just as many people have brain plaque and do not develop Alzheimer’s. So, after spending billions looking for a drug (you will know that Aricept does not make any difference to early onset Alzheimer’s and it is just another scam by the drug companies) we now know it is a matter of cleaning up the diet and supporting your immune system to deal with these infections.
P.S. Just to remind you: “8/7/2004 – A new independent study, conducted at the University of Birmingham, UK, reveals that a popular prescription drug for Alzheimer’s disease, Aricept, offers no real benefit to Alzheimer’s patients compared to a placebo. And yet, the drug has been approved and heavily marketed based on findings from the drug”.
Various studies are clear that infection is at the root of Alzheimer’s and as these are independent non-profit making results we can believe them rather than the Pharma and charity businesses who all have a financial interest in chasing a patented drug. These new studies are all from reputable sources who will not make any money from them.
Asking so-called ‘expert’ opinion on this new exciting research from charities, doctors or medical authorities that have their finances linked to their own research is like asking turkeys to vote for Christmas. This new research opens the way for immediate low-cost treatment and puts the patented medical research gravy train out of this business. No major charity has ever financed a major study for a non-patented solution. No government money has gone into simple inexpensive non-drug treatments for any disease.
The causes of Alzheimer’s
A weak immune system leading to infection in the brain (Fungus, Virus, Bacteria).
Weak Immune systems are caused by:
- Ageing – As we age our body and immune system needs more loving tender care to keep it strong.
- Sugar – Sugar contained in bread, cookies, biscuits, breakfast cereals, rice, potatoes, high sugar fruits and parsnips.
- Grains and Cereals – Contain fungus (watch how fast bread goes mouldy if you leave it out).
- Ground Nuts – Can contain a fungus (eg. peanuts)
- Mouldy House – Living in a damp, mouldy, poorly ventilated house will contaminate your body and leave you open to Alzheimer and many diseases.
- Lack of Exercise – Walking 5 miles every day or the equivalent mix of walking and exercise is essential to oxygenate your body and brain. Oxygen is critical for a healthy body and brain. Sedentary people who consume a high sugar diet are at greater risk of lower limb amputation. We cannot live for more than a few minutes without oxygen it is almost impossible to breathe efficiently in a sitting position. Laying down is better than sitting. Walking is the best.
- Lack of Critical Minerals – Minerals are critical for the immune system to work effectively. Magnesium, Selenium and Iodine are just a few of the critical minerals.
- Lack of Essential Vitamins – Vitamin D3 and others are essential to support a healthy immune system.
- Drinking Water – Almost everyone is not drinking the correct amount of water. Your blood will become unhealthy without this critical nutrient and you cannot live for more than 7 days without water.
- Real Foods – Real food is vegetables (greens), dark-skinned fruits, seeds and fats from oily fish and other seafood.
Does this seem a lot to do to avoid Alzheimer’s? It is simply how you need to be living your life to enjoy a healthy future. Not only to avoid Alzheimer’s but to stay active and independent. Avoiding becoming a burden on family and society is the most fulfilling thing you can experience, and it is all possible.
J Alzheimers Dis. 2014;41(1):301-11. doi: 10.3233/JAD-132681. Fungal infection in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
CNS Neurol Disord Drug Targets. 2014;13(7):1140-7. A link between chronic bacterial inflammation and Alzheimer disease. Bibi F, Yasir M, Sohrab SS, Azhar EI, Al-Qahtani MH, Abuzenadah AM, Kamal MA, Naseer MI1.
Gum disease may be linked to Alzheimer’s. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAAlonso R1, Pisa D1, Marina AI1, Morato E1, Rábano A2, Carrasco L1.
Recent research conducted at the University of Arizona and published in the journal Neurology indicates that elevated blood sugar levels may increase a person’s risk for Alzheimer’s disease.
Alzheimer’s Disease: A Pathogenetic Autoimmune Disorder Caused by Herpes Simplex in a Gene-Dependent Manner C. J. Carter*
Popcorn can trigger AZ Chemical Research in Toxicology July 6, 2012, WebMD August 8, 2012
It is difficult to judge who suffers more – the person with Alzheimer’s or the family who love and care for a person who does not know them and slowly loses them. What is fact, is it is likely to cost many hundreds of thousands for nursing care and possibly years of heartbreak for relatives. For a very small cost, for a couple of months, you can evaluate the effectiveness of a new diet and recovery plan with the help of our coaches. The book and plan can also be used to avoid Alzheimer’s in the first place.