You May Not Get Alzheimer’s Disease, But You May Still Die Prematurely Because Of It

MFP commentary:
Here are 2 related articles about Alzheimer’s that I suggest you look at.  The powers that be have been lying to you:

The Alzheimer’s Antidote By Amy Berger

Stop Alzheimer’s Now by Bruce Fife, ND

Long term use of over the counter drugs such benadryl can often mimic Alzheimer’s and cognative loss. I have personally seen it.    JAMA has released a long term study confirming this.

The same is true of  the grand lies you have been told about heart disease. I will  have to save that for another article.



By Bill Sardi
January 5, 2018


Chocolate factories and Alzheimer’s

Ironically, it is sugary candies and foods that set the stage for Alzheimer’s.   High fructose corn syrup, a form of sugar that was first introduced into the American diet in beverages and then later in other fructose-laced foods in the 1970s, about the same time Wilder’s film aired.  Increased fructose consumption has been identified as a risk factor for dementia such as Alzheimer’s disease, the loss of one’s memory and thinking ability.

And it’s no surprise that sugary foods block an essential B vitamin whose replacement may serve as an imminent cure for this devastating brain disease.

But modern medicine demands a drug, not a vitamin.  And what to do about all the drugs that induce dementia?  Millions of cases of mental decline are traced to drug side effects that mimic Alzheimer’s symptoms.

Don’t think you will never get Alzheimer’s disease…

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