Alzheimer's Disease (early stage)
Alzheimer's disease is an incurable neurodegenerative disease (i.e. the progressive loss of neurons) of the cerebral tissue, which leads to progressive and irreversible loss of mental functions, particularly the memory. It is the most common form of dementia in humans. The disease was first identified by German psychiatrist Alois Alzheimer in 1906.
According to the medical journal Neurology, one of main factors related to Alzheimer's disease is the presence of xenobiotics (foreign chemical substances) in the body. Other factors include the impact of free radicals. as well as nutritional deficiencies Studies show that magnesium deficiencies play an important role.
A diet made up of whole foods and free of chemical additives is ideal. Reduce your consumption of alcohol and sugar and eat plenty of protein.
- DC 22
- DC 52
- Ginkgo biloba
- Phosphatidyl serine
- Due to the impact of xenobiotics, follow a detoxification program for at least 2 weeks every 6 months. Consider taking DC 26 and DC 13 to detoxify.
- Check for the presence of heavy metals and assess the effects of mercury based amalgam tooth fillings. This can be done with heavy metal hair analysis as well as certain blood tests. Send us an e-mail for more information related to these tests.