Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Alzheimer's getting worst? What's in your home

BPA what is it? In the simplest language it is found in plastics. Bisphenol is commonly known as BPA and this substance can really disrupt your brain. Commonly found in hard plastic food and drink containers it has been shown in studies to have a very negative effect on the brain. Many have stated that this chemical is one of the main causes of the Alzheimer's and dementia explosion..

We have shown from studies that the illness of dementia and Alzheimer's can be reversed when you put the brain in the right atmosphere for healing. The reason for the Alzheimer's disease crisis is due to a number of major factors and most researchers are not attacking the illness in the right way. The silver bullet approach will not work. Bisphenol is found every where in almost everything plastic, the use of this substance in plastic is excessive due to the fact that it is cheap to produce. The “Cheap” approach to your health can leave you very sick.

There is a direct link to BPA and brain function

Researchers at the University of Guelph and Yale University showed that BPA has a direct negative effect on the brain. “It dramatically impairs the formation of synapses in the regions of the brain important to learning,” said biomedical science professor Neil MacLusky. “These findings are worrisome because BPA is one of the most widely-used chemicals in the world.”

This chemical is one of the widely-used in the world, this is a very alarming statement when you consider that the CDC predicts over 5 million cases of Alzheimer's and Dementia in less than a decade. If you are suffering from Alzheimer's and Dementia do not give up we have shown in over 7 countries that the illness can be reversed when the brain is put in the correct atmosphere with the right nutrients that cross the blood brain barrier. See here Reverse Dementia 


Sunday said...

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