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Alzheimer's...Cured.

How’s that for a bold title? Some may label it as misleading, some may even accuse me of giving false hope. After all, we all know there is no cure, no hope for Alzheimer’s, right? Well, read on.

Throughout the history of mankind, we have seen “uncurable” diseases finally understood, mastered, and cured. Some through vaccines, some through surgery, some through nutritional breakthroughs. We had to assume that somewhere along the way we would solve the Alzheimer’s mystery. Recent drugs have been major flops, including Aricept (has a mild improvement affect for a few months and that’s it) and the many MABs (monoclonal antibody) versions. Despite being approved by the FDA, Aduhelm (aducanumab) has not been shown to be particularly effective. Approval was achieved in part due to pressure on the FDA to approve something, anything for Alzheimer’s.

I have published a few articles about treating Alzheimer’s with natural methods as designed by Dr. Dale Bredesen, a neurologist out of the Buck Institute in California. He wrote a book called “The End of Alzheimer’s” and I became certified in his protocol a few years ago. A number of other authors have copied his original strategies and labelled them as their own. He is the only published author with research and case studies to prove that what he is saying actually works. Despite making this information known, not many people have taken advantage of it yet.

Now Dr. Bredesen has come out with a new book called “The First Survivors of Alzheimer’s” in which he allows the first success stories to share their journey through Alzheimer’s dementia and back. You get to read in their own words how some people who were clinically diagnosed with Alzheimer’s went from hopeless to cured. Yes, I said it—cured. Not based on a misdiagnosis, but an actual cure. So why is this protocol not making major headlines? I do not know.

Then again, it’s hard to make much money off of telling someone to take some supplements and change your lifestyle. Telling someone to detox or clean the mold out of your house and your body doesn’t sound very scientific. Fish oil as a way to help dementia? Better blood sugar control? And yet these can all play a role in reversing and/or curing dementia. A successful drug cure for Alzheimer’s could net some drug manufacturer a few hundred billion dollars, and it unfortunately appears that current medical treatment is aimed in that direction.

So why isn’t your doctor recommending these things to you? If these natural methods work, they would certainly tell you about it, right? They will be—I guarantee it—but probably not for about 10-15 years. It takes a while for non-mainstream information to make it into the mainstream. I told a patient whose spouse was suffering from Alzheimer’s about this protocol, but their medical doctor told them (incorrectly) that what I was advising had not been approved by the FDA. When I showed her that he was wrong, she still chose to follow his advice. Her husband continued to go downhill despite her family physician’s “accepted” treatment. In the meantime, others are being cured of Alzheimer’s by following this groundbreaking protocol.

If you or a loved one has been dealing with Alzheimer’s or any other dementia, I strongly urge you to consult with a functional medicine specialist. After all, what have you got to lose? At worse your loved one will be healthier in general taking supplements and making lifestyle choices which are generally good for them anyway. And according to research, they will likely improve their brain function as well.

Eventually the strength of the research and the results will prove too powerful to ignore. The truth always wins out in the end. When enough people have been cured of Alzheimer’s and people begin to demand this kind of care, it will become mainstream. After all, when a person who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s tells you their own story of being cured, how do you argue against that?

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