06/01/2015 - Howdy! I hope last month's article made you anticipate this month's conclusion of a revolutionary process in improving early onset cognitive decline (Dementia, Alzheimer's).
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So here are two other cases written in journal Aging, September 2014:
(1) A 69 year old man with 11 years of slowly progressive but accelerating memory loss
PET scan showed reduce glucose utilization, consistent with Alzheimer's disease. He also experienced progressive difficulty recognizing the faces at work. He began on the therapeutic program, and after six months, his wife, co-workers, and he all noticed essentially complete restoration of all functions.
(2) A 55 year old female attorney suffering from progressively severe memory loss for four years
She was unable to perform her job. After five months on the therapeutic, she was able to work again, was able to learn Spanish, and began to learn a new legal specialty.
"Results from the 10 patients reported here suggest that memory loss in patients with subjective cognitive impairment, mild cognitive impairment, and at least the early phase of Alzheimer's disease, may be reversed, and improvement sustained, with the therapeutic program described here."
"One potentially important outcome is that all six of the patients whose cognitive decline had a major impact on job performance were able to return to work or continue without difficulty."
Now here is the program folks:
Elimination all simple carbohydrates
Elimination of gluten
Elimination of processed foods
Increased vegetables, fruits, and non-farmed fish
Stress reduction by learning and performing yoga and meditating 20 minutes twice per day
Supplementing with .5 mg of melatonin nightly
Supplementing with 1 mg methylcobalamin daily
Supplementing with 2000-5000 IU vitamin D3 daily
Supplementing with 2000 mg of fish oil daily
Supplementing with 200 mg CoQ10 daily
Increasing his/her sleep from 4-5 hours a night to 7-8 hours per night
Optimizing oral hygiene using an electric flosser and electric toothbrush
Fasting for a minimum of 12 hours between dinner and breakfast
Not eating for a minimum of 3 hours between dinner and bedtime
Exercising for a minimum of 30 minutes , 4-6 days per week
Chelating heavy metals, especially mercury, lead and cadmium
Supplementing with NAC (N-acetyl cysteine)
Supplementing with ALCAR, acetyl-L-carnitine
Supplementing with magnesium- threonate
Supplementing with Trp, tryptophan
Meat consumption limited to non-farmed, grass-fed beef or organic chicken
Taking 1 tsp coconut oil twice per day
Supplementing with herbs Bocopa monniera 250 mg, Ashwgandha 500 mg, and tumeric 400 mg. each day
Supplementing with methyltetrahydrofolate .8mg, and pyridoxine-5-phospahate 50 mg each day;
Supplementing with vitamin C 1 g per day
Supplementing with vitamin E 400 IU per day
Supplementing with Zn picolinate 50 mg per day
Supplementing with a- lipoic acid 100 mg per day
Supplementing with citicoline 200 mg daily
Appears daunting but I would rather work at something that has shown known improvement even if it is for subjective memory loss, early to mild dementia, and early phases of Alzheimer's than something that only shows "promise". This program has been mentioned in various forms on some of the articles I have written regarding healthy aging, neurodegenerative prevention, living longer, and improving brain function from different research articles.
Until next time , see ya!