April 10, 2017; by Paul Fassa; (Silver Bulletin e-News Magazine original) Currently virgin coconut oil at 3.5 tablespoons daily is doing better than anything Big Pharma can come up with for reversing memory issues, dementia, and Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). Naturally preventing memory loss and dementia is highly recommended because it works without side effects.
Some health experts are considering Alzheimer’s Disease diabetes type 3. AD victims suffer from dysfunctional insulin (insulin resistance) in the brain, thus starving brain cells of glucose needed for cellular metabolism. But ketones replace the glucose in an AD victim’s brain.
That’s how coconut oil works. Its medium chain triglycerides are easily converted into ketones by the liver, and ketones can function as energy sources for the brain instead of glucose. Coconut oil also helps create “good cholesterol” that forms much of the tissue in the brain and also protects the central nervous system with myelin coating.
Repairing and protecting central nervous system tissue and providing easily produced ketone energy into brain cell to reverse Alzheimer’s is something Big Pharma cannot come close to claiming. Thus far Big Pharma’s solutions for AD have been ineffective with damaging side effects.
People with late stage Alzheimer’s have had success with improving all their symptoms with coconut oil. Meantime, Big Pharma’s trials sometimes have to be called off because too many test subjects didn’t get better or wound up dead from the side effects of their medicines.
Increase Your Apple Consumption
There’s another way, which is easier and tastier, though I recommend it should be used as an adjunct with coconut oil if early stages of dementia begin. This tastier way is apple juice, and it had been tested for around 10 years in various ways. At the end stages of their different levels of testing, human clinical trials were used.
Dr. Thomas Shea, a neurobiologist, and his research team at the University of Massachusetts fed 21 AD patients from ages 72 to 93 four ounces of apple juice twice daily for thirty days. There were improvements with memory as well as the negative emotional moods normally associated with AD victims.
Dr. Shea concluded that by drinking apple juice only three times per week, you would reduce your chances of Alzheimer’s by 75%. And there are other benefits. Other animal studies have demonstrated that apples protect the heart, increase lipid metabolism, and reduce inflammation.
A Florida State University study by Dr. Bahram Arjmandi, involving several women aged 45 to 65, discovered that a heavy diet of apples reduced LDL in the women by 23% in six months. The women also lost three and a half pounds on average.
Not Just Any Apples Though
Spend the extra coins and be safe by purchasing only organic apples and apple juice, which idealy should not be pasteurized and unfiltered without added sugar. Yes, it’ll be pricier. But we’re talking about your health and sanity here.
Conventionally grown apples usually top the Environmental Working Group’s (EWG) “Dirty Dozen” list of excessively pesticide sprayed fruits and vegetables. Eat only organically grown apples or apples that are locally grown. Of course that newly introduced GMO apple should be avoided too. You’re safe from that if you shop organic.
Often locally grown small orchard apples are not sprayed, but they are not USDA certified organic. This is often due to the time and money it takes to get that approval. So locally grown could be a solution for less expensive non-toxic apples if you are assured they are not sprayed by a trustworthy source. CONTINUED IN NEXT ISSUE—>
Paul Fassa natural health journalist started researching natural healing to overcome his unhealthy lifestyle. He is amazed at the ignorance of natural medicine and how beneficial foods and herbs are constantly ignored or vilified in order to promote toxic foods and meds by Big Pharma, the FDA, USDA, and the AMA, what he likes to call the “Medical Mafia”. Paul Fassa sees the struggle for health freedom and the need for improving and preserving our food supply as key issues in today’s crazy world. He has contributed hundreds of article to Natural News, Align Life, and Natural Society. See more Paul Fassa articles at his blog: RealFarmacy.com