Anti Alzheimer ’ s diet

Despite what the mainstream media is telling you, sugar is not your enemy. Your body evolved to eat sweet foods. In fact, it’s how our ancestors knew a food growing in the wild was safe to eat and healthy. But your body did not evolve to eat starchy, high carbohydrate sugars from bread, pasta, cereal and other grains. Ever since we were told to eat low fat, this has been the bulk of the our diet. The result has been a modern epidemic of obesity and diabetes. At the same time, we face skyrocketing rates of dementia and Alzheimer’s. Big Pharma has been trying for decades to come up with a pill to cure Alzheimer’s. But there is none. And sadly, a miracle treatment is right under the nose of the medical industry. But they refuse to see it. Research shows a strong link between blood sugar disorders and every stage of dementia. I’m talking about everything from memory loss to mild cognitive impairment to Alzheimer’s. The link is so clear that diabetes is considered a major risk factor for Alzheimer’s. That’s why Alzheimer’s has been called “type 3 diabetes.” You see, just like type 2 diabetes, dementia is a disease of insulin resistance. But it affects the brain. Glucose can’t get into neurons for fuel. But molecules called “ketones” can… Ketones can be used by most cells of the brain to make energy. When insulin resistance block...
Source: Al Sears, MD Natural Remedies - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Tags: Anti-Aging Source Type: news

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