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Is Alzheimer's Really Irreversible?

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Friday, 17 Jul 2015 04:10 PM Current | Bio | Archive

If you have watched television news recently, you probably encountered the story of Glen Campbell, the prize-winning country singer who announced that he has Alzheimer’s disease.

I keep hearing that Alzheimer’s can’t be reversed, and that medications usually do not stop progression of the disease. Yet if you go to “The Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease,” volume 33, page 393 to 406 (2013), there is an article on research from the University of Miami showing that a particular nutrient significantly reversed the symptoms of advanced Alzheimer’s disease in more than 80 percent of patients.

It is also interesting to note that those patients taking the nutrient who did not show regression of their symptoms did not progress during the year that the study was going on.

This says to me that there is data supporting the idea that Alzheimer’s disease symptoms can be reversed, or at least halted.

But in my opinion, because the nutrient used was not a drug that can be patented, the pharmaceutical companies and news media have essentially ignored these findings. So we still hear that Alzheimer’s disease cannot be slowed or reversed.

For more information on this nutrient, called New Eden, see this video interview with one of the authors of the University of Miami study.

In addition, there is a patient in England who received New Eden and hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) who had almost complete reversal of his Alzheimer’s symptoms.

Therefore, it would be interesting to see a research project using both the nutrient New Eden and HBOT, which has been documented to decrease the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease as well as many other diseases of the brain.

Perhaps part of the reason that New Eden and HBOT are able to improve the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease relates to the fact that they both stimulate a patient’s stem cell population, stimulating regrowth in abnormal areas.

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