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Alsheimer's Reversed in Detail

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Alzheimer's Reversed in Detail (as well as Parkinsons, Dementia, other Brain Diseases). This is excellent research backed up with proven results. youtube.com/watch?v=t1Xvjeo...

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park_bear

video playback fail

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SuperMNew in reply to park_bear

This is a YouTube video, and this has happened before when I try to post a link on this blog. There may be some copyright issues that will not allow this to be linked. Darn! But you can go to YouTube and search for the title as I have listed, or go to sharpagain.org and look for the video there. Or generally search for the title. It is excellent!

Do you have a link to the peer reviewed scientific research papers?

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MarionP

Second youtube fail. Your idea to search for title didn't work. If you could maybe put up your title or the exact search term within quotes so people know what search will result in success (which is a good idea for everyone referring to anything on Youtube. Search terms, search phrases, key terms, and EXACT syntax that succeeds). Not an auspicious start for what starts out as sweeping, grandiose "larger than life claims," which are all fairly well known reliable tipoffs for phony anyway. Always bring your critical thinking, and as Calvera once said, "If God did not want them sheared, he would not have made them sheep." Here's hoping for good prospects.

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Despe in reply to MarionP

Translate please. :)

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SuperMNew in reply to Despe

The information on the beginning page says, "Sharp Again: Preventing and Reversing Alzheimer's and Dementia. Research and Interviews by Health Advocates Worldwide. Presented by 'Sharp Again Naturally' Making Alzheimer's Only a Memory." Healing Advocates is the producer of the YouTube video. The only other website I see listed is HealthAdvocatesWorldwide.com. Good luck. The information and research, AND interviews with those who have had their disease reversed is worth searching the internet for...

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sunvox

Does this link work:

youtu.be/8H4s9HWUxEM

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sunvox

It appears it is an organization based in Larchmont, NY that recommends doctors that believe in "Integrative Therapy" which is what Dr. Bredesen preaches. Basically my routine individualized. They suggest changing diet, exercising, taking supplements, and testing for heavy metal toxicity all with the help of doctors willing to setup an individual program. I'm sure it works, but I'm also sure it's about non-insurance private pay patients that can afford individualized care, AND it's heavily geared towards patients with Alzheimers.

sharpagain.org/

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Despe in reply to sunvox

drcarolyndean.com/2019/08/p...

This link is from Dr. Dean's approach. Magnesium for Brain Health.

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SuperMNew in reply to sunvox

Most of the suggested remedies to reverse the disease include detoxing from metals, especially dental crowns and fillings that contain mercury, using coconut oil, supplementing with good food and vitamins and minerals, reducing stress, NOT consuming sugar or oils that are rancid and produce lots of neuron damage in the brain, and other practical measures anyone can do on their own. In one experiment, the neuron, when exposed to mercury, shriveled and begin dying. Getting mercury fillings out of your mouth is critical to healing the brain. Hope you can find more information. Especially look for research done with coconut oil. That piece of information was amazing!

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MarionP

They are about Alzheimers. A group of people selling practitioner services...it doesn't look like any of them are physicians but I could be wrong about that.

Relies on these two studies, and then a series of personal testimonials. They are selling their practitioner services. Semi-questionable marketing practices evident in their webpages, using phrases such as "gold standard" studies (the two studies do seem well done, and one of them is legitimately sampled and controlled), "like minded individuals" and "spread the good news" (a subtext reference hook to religious suggestibility using the catch phrase which is the translation for "gospel."

One is about prevention, the other about intervention.

sharpagain.org/wp-content/u...

sharpagain.org/wp-content/u...

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