Dr. Herzog Mar 1, 2019


The next read is an excerpt from "The Doctor's Book of Survival Home Remedies", Chapter: Alzheimer's and Dementia, pages 21-23:


"When you lose your memory you lose everything. You lose everyone who ever mattered to you." - Neal Barnard, MD

I'd like to clear up a common misunderstanding at the outset of this section. Alzheimer's is a type of dementia. Many people think they are two separate diseases-they are not. So when I refer to Alzheimer's and dementia in singular, this explains why.

Invasions take place in brains of people suffering with Alzheimer's and dementia. Maybe you've watched that scene in the '79 sci-fi horror film Alien, where the alien bursts out of Sigourney Weaver's stomach. The hostile aliens multiply.

The brain invaders are a type of protein called beta-amyloid. They are unusual, blob-like structures and have no right being there. They ooze out of the cells, and lodge between the cells.

These amyloid invaders are the hallmark of Alzheimer's and dementia. They destroy synapses, the messengers that carry information from cell to cell. The eventual outcome in people with Alzheimer's and dementia is total memory loss.

A 2018 study at King's College London shows, for the first time ever, a critical link between synapse loss and beta-amyloid in the first stages of the disease. The researchers also found two pieces to the Alzheimer's-dementia puzzle:


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