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Two giant facts that should scare the bejeebus out of you.
01-16-2018, 07:52 AM #1
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When it comes to biological downturns in one's health, the illness is most often not a steady, gradual occurrence. Rather it starts off slow and then suddenly there is a rapid deterioration. There may be little or no apparent warning.

So consider these two facts:

Fact #1: When a person's liver is 60% compromised healthwise, the person can feel reasonably well with few if any serious symptoms. But by the time the liver is just an additional 10% more compromised, i.e., 70% compromised, that person should make out a will because they are in deep trouble. This is an example of how the increase in symptoms is slow and then sudden.

Fact #2: Alzheimer's deaths in the US increased on an age adjusted basis by 55% in the 15 years ending in 2013. One should not interpret this to mean it will increase a similar amount in the next 15 years. Keep in mind that 2013 was 5 years ago. Rather one should expect that the death rate will grow much faster as more people exceed whatever threshold there is.

It's quite possible that there has been another 55% increase in Alzheimer's deaths - or more - in just in the last 5 years, but we just don't know it because no one has done a study on it.

IOW, we could be in the middle of an explosion in the incidence of Alzheimer's disease yet not realize it is happening this very moment. You might know of relatives or others with the disease or who have died from the disease in the last five years, unaware that it might be sweeping the nation.

Twenty or thirty years ago, Alzheimer's was not in the top ten causes of death. It's now #6.

Stay frosty.

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01-16-2018, 09:29 AM #2
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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Diet is everything, you are what you eat.
I do know deaths from Alzheimer's disease have increased significantly and Alzheimer's has made a surge in the same time frame wherein GM food products, mercury laden vaccines and nanotechnology particles are ending up in all kinds of products.

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01-16-2018, 03:37 PM #3
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Organic coconut oil has shown promise in reversing it. It's an antifungal meaning that Alzheimer's is actually a type of fungus.
01-16-2018, 07:20 PM #4
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(01-16-2018, 09:29 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  Diet is everything, you are what you eat.
I do know deaths from Alzheimer's disease have increased significantly and Alzheimer's has made a surge in the same time frame wherein GM food products, mercury laden vaccines and nanotechnology particles are ending up in all kinds of products.

Diet as a factor is huge.

The mechanism for the promotion of slowed or stopped brain cilia is electrical by way of what is called our sodium channel (sodium is an ELECTROlyte, hence the name.) The cilia require the sodium channel to be working. properly. The sodium channel allows positively charged sodium to move from inside the cell to the outside. Since the sodium is positively charged, it can be repelled by positively charged ions from cell phones and cell towers which could turn off that particular cilia from doing its assigned task as a "member of the cilia choir."

Depending on how many cell channels are suffering from this fate helps to determine how fast the cilia beat. The cilia are important because when they are beating normally, they beat in concert with each other which is necessary for the brain/spinal fluid to keep moving.

When one of the cilia slows down or misfires, amyloid plaque can occur. This sticky substance can then muck up surrounding cilia which messes up the concert. This can result in a clogged pathway as well as stagnant fluid. The blocked pathway allows the dirty fluid to build up which puts undue pressure on the brain tissue, damaging it.

The combination of pressure, dirty fluid, and damaged tissue probably acts as a triad for the situation to worsen. From the ventricle of the brain where this starts, Alzheimer's climbs from the lower back center of the brain sort of like a stairway to the upper front of the brain, as the victim loses more and more mental and physical function. I suspect that there could be an order to the loss of function as the disease hits different parts of the brain.

Going back to the starting place of the positively charged sodium ion, it should be noted that most of this earth today, on dry land at least, has an over abundance of positive ions in the air due to the proliferation of electronics. We absorb them and they can impact our sodium channels. If we hold a cell phone for talking or texting, we are receiving a spike in positive ions.

It's a foolish belief to think that holding the phone away from our heads offers adequate protection because the ions affect our gut which gets transferred to the rest of our body through impaired absorption of nutrients from our food as well as slowing down the cilia in our pancreas, kidneys and ovaries. Both the pancreas and kidneys affect blood sugar, and Alzheimer's is sometimes referred to as Type III diabetes.

It's not good for us to have our sodium channels impaired anywhere in our body. (The ions from our phones and other electronics also impair the potassium, magnesium and calcium channels as well. Without magnesium (mg) being in the right place we make less ATP. ATP-mg is our primary energy source. Cells that lack it get tired. Make enough tired cells and you might feel unnaturally tired as well.)

All of what is written here is what I suspect, at least. A search of the internet will find different aspects of this puzzle, but not all of these things I've mentioned appear to be connected in one place anywhere as a single theory or proof. In particular, no one appears to have connected positive ion absorption to Alzheimer's. But then my first and middle names are "Below Average," so ya never know - maybe someone has already done this. raging_midget.gif crazy.gif

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01-16-2018, 07:52 PM #5
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(01-16-2018, 03:37 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  Organic coconut oil has shown promise in reversing it. It's an antifungal meaning that Alzheimer's is actually a type of fungus.

Candida Albicans produces the very same amyloid plaque that is found in the brains of people with Alheimer's.
01-20-2018, 10:22 PM #6
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Soy Lecithin 1200mg Daily!

Alzheimer's disease sufferers have been found to have a lack of the enzyme responsible for converting choline into acetylcholine within the brain. Lecithin is a major dietary source of choline, so extra consumption may reduce the progression of dementia.

Imo, choline, inositol and DMAE H-3 are the key.

DMAE H-3 is found in fish (heads) common in Asia diets where Alzheimer's occurs much less frequently.

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01-21-2018, 02:26 PM #7
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I've seen some cray cray results in some people with organic coconut oil.

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01-21-2018, 04:25 PM #8
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I'd point something out that will make a lot of people very healthy, but I won't because it has to do with God, ... therefore would only offend you.
01-21-2018, 05:53 PM #9
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Quote:Neuroscientist Chuanhai Cao, said of the study: “These intriguing results suggest that older adults with mild memory impairment who drink moderate levels of coffee — about three cups a day — will not convert to Alzheimer’s disease or at least will experience a substantial delay before converting to Alzheimer’s.”

https://www.alzheimers.net/2014-04-09/be...of-coffee/

Isn't this an interesting finding? I just made a big pot of strong coffee, as usual. coffeetime.gif
01-21-2018, 07:33 PM #10
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I start my day with a couple of espressos. That will get you going stoned.gif


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01-21-2018, 09:01 PM #11
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(01-21-2018, 05:53 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  
Quote:Neuroscientist Chuanhai Cao, said of the study: “These intriguing results suggest that older adults with mild memory impairment who drink moderate levels of coffee — about three cups a day — will not convert to Alzheimer’s disease or at least will experience a substantial delay before converting to Alzheimer’s.”

https://www.alzheimers.net/2014-04-09/be...of-coffee/

Isn't this an interesting finding? I just made a big pot of strong coffee, as usual.  coffeetime.gif

She said coffee!

It must be because coffee is sooooooo fantastic that we are motivated to remember to drink it. chuckle.gif coffeetime.gif

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01-21-2018, 09:16 PM #12
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It really is fantastic. Did you know the Finns drink huge amounts of coffee, top consumers in the world in fact?


Top 50 Coffee Consuming Countries (Dunno, there's only 49 countries listed 13.gif )
  1. Finland: 9.6 kg per capita
  2. Norway: 7.2 kg per capita
  3. Netherlands 6.7 kg per capita
  4. Slovenia: 6.1 kg per capita
  5. Austria: 5.5 kg per capita
  6. Serbia: 5.4 kg per capita
  7. Denmark: 5.3 kg per capita
  8. Germany: 5.2 kg per capita
  9. Belgium: 4.9 kg per capita
  10. Brazil: 4.8 kg per capita
  11. Bosnia-Herzegovina: 4.3 kg per capita
  12. Estonia: 4.2 kg per capita
  13. Switzerland: 3.9 kg per capita
  14. Croatia: 3.8 kg per capita
  15. Dominican Republic: 3.7 kg per capita
  16. Costa Rica: 3.7 kg per capita
  17. Macedonia: 3.6 kg per capita
  18. Italy: 3.4 kg per capita
  19. Canada: 3.4 kg per capita
  20. Lithuania: 3.3 kg per capita
  21. France: 3.2 kg per capita
  22. USA: 3.1 kg per capita
  23. Poland: 3.1 kg per capita
  24. Hungary: 3.1 kg per capita
  25. Spain: 3 kg per capita
  26. South Korea: 2.6 kg per capita
  27. Algeria: 2.6 kg per capita
  28. Australia: 2.6 kg per capita
  29. Portugal: 2.6 kg per capita
  30. Slovakia: 2.5 kg per capita
  31. Latvia: 2.5 kg per capita
  32. Greece: 2.4 kg per capita
  33. Czech Republic: 2.3 kg per capita
  34. Bulgaria: 2.3 kg per capita
  35. Tunisia: 2.2 kg per capita
  36. Singapore: 2.1 kg per capita
  37. Guatemala: 2 kg per capita
  38. Romania: 1.9 kg per capita
  39. Israel: 1.8 kg per capita
  40. The UK: 1.7 kg per capita
  41. Thailand: 1.6 kg per capita
  42. Venezuela:  1.6 kg per capita
  43. Japan: 1.5 kg per capita
  44. Colombia: 1.4 kg per capita
  45. Malaysia: 1.3 kg per capita
  46. Hong Kong: 1.3 kg per capita
  47. New Zealand: 1.3 kg per capita
  48. Georgia: 1.3 kg per capita
  49. Philippines: 1.2 kg per capita

https://www.caffeineinformer.com/caffein...rld-drinks
01-22-2018, 03:03 PM #13
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(01-21-2018, 07:33 PM)Octo Wrote:  I start my day with a couple of espressos. That will get you going stoned.gif


İmage

hyper.gif It will do that, yes. I've been looking at espresso machines, the good ones are awfully expensive though. uhoh.gif

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01-22-2018, 08:10 PM #14
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(01-21-2018, 09:16 PM)Octo Wrote:  It really is fantastic. Did you know the Finns drink huge amounts of coffee, top consumers in the world in fact?


Top 50 Coffee Consuming Countries (Dunno, there's only 49 countries listed  13.gif  )
  1. Finland: 9.6 kg per capita
  2. Norway: 7.2 kg per capita
  3. Netherlands 6.7 kg per capita
  4. Slovenia: 6.1 kg per capita
  5. Austria: 5.5 kg per capita
  6. Serbia: 5.4 kg per capita
  7. Denmark: 5.3 kg per capita
  8. Germany: 5.2 kg per capita
  9. Belgium: 4.9 kg per capita
  10. Brazil: 4.8 kg per capita
  11. Bosnia-Herzegovina: 4.3 kg per capita
  12. Estonia: 4.2 kg per capita
  13. Switzerland: 3.9 kg per capita
  14. Croatia: 3.8 kg per capita
  15. Dominican Republic: 3.7 kg per capita
  16. Costa Rica: 3.7 kg per capita
  17. Macedonia: 3.6 kg per capita
  18. Italy: 3.4 kg per capita
  19. Canada: 3.4 kg per capita
  20. Lithuania: 3.3 kg per capita
  21. France: 3.2 kg per capita
  22. USA: 3.1 kg per capita
  23. Poland: 3.1 kg per capita
  24. Hungary: 3.1 kg per capita
  25. Spain: 3 kg per capita
  26. South Korea: 2.6 kg per capita
  27. Algeria: 2.6 kg per capita
  28. Australia: 2.6 kg per capita
  29. Portugal: 2.6 kg per capita
  30. Slovakia: 2.5 kg per capita
  31. Latvia: 2.5 kg per capita
  32. Greece: 2.4 kg per capita
  33. Czech Republic: 2.3 kg per capita
  34. Bulgaria: 2.3 kg per capita
  35. Tunisia: 2.2 kg per capita
  36. Singapore: 2.1 kg per capita
  37. Guatemala: 2 kg per capita
  38. Romania: 1.9 kg per capita
  39. Israel: 1.8 kg per capita
  40. The UK: 1.7 kg per capita
  41. Thailand: 1.6 kg per capita
  42. Venezuela:  1.6 kg per capita
  43. Japan: 1.5 kg per capita
  44. Colombia: 1.4 kg per capita
  45. Malaysia: 1.3 kg per capita
  46. Hong Kong: 1.3 kg per capita
  47. New Zealand: 1.3 kg per capita
  48. Georgia: 1.3 kg per capita
  49. Philippines: 1.2 kg per capita

https://www.caffeineinformer.com/caffein...rld-drinks

Look at Finland at the very top of the list! Finns for the winns...and the coffee, too!

Pray for me. hug.gif

01-22-2018, 10:09 PM #15
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(01-22-2018, 08:10 PM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  
(01-21-2018, 09:16 PM)Octo Wrote:  It really is fantastic. Did you know the Finns drink huge amounts of coffee, top consumers in the world in fact?


Top 50 Coffee Consuming Countries (Dunno, there's only 49 countries listed  13.gif  )
  1. Finland: 9.6 kg per capita
  2. Norway: 7.2 kg per capita
  3. Netherlands 6.7 kg per capita
  4. Slovenia: 6.1 kg per capita
  5. Austria: 5.5 kg per capita
  6. Serbia: 5.4 kg per capita
  7. Denmark: 5.3 kg per capita
  8. Germany: 5.2 kg per capita
  9. Belgium: 4.9 kg per capita
  10. Brazil: 4.8 kg per capita
  11. Bosnia-Herzegovina: 4.3 kg per capita
  12. Estonia: 4.2 kg per capita
  13. Switzerland: 3.9 kg per capita
  14. Croatia: 3.8 kg per capita
  15. Dominican Republic: 3.7 kg per capita
  16. Costa Rica: 3.7 kg per capita
  17. Macedonia: 3.6 kg per capita
  18. Italy: 3.4 kg per capita
  19. Canada: 3.4 kg per capita
  20. Lithuania: 3.3 kg per capita
  21. France: 3.2 kg per capita
  22. USA: 3.1 kg per capita
  23. Poland: 3.1 kg per capita
  24. Hungary: 3.1 kg per capita
  25. Spain: 3 kg per capita
  26. South Korea: 2.6 kg per capita
  27. Algeria: 2.6 kg per capita
  28. Australia: 2.6 kg per capita
  29. Portugal: 2.6 kg per capita
  30. Slovakia: 2.5 kg per capita
  31. Latvia: 2.5 kg per capita
  32. Greece: 2.4 kg per capita
  33. Czech Republic: 2.3 kg per capita
  34. Bulgaria: 2.3 kg per capita
  35. Tunisia: 2.2 kg per capita
  36. Singapore: 2.1 kg per capita
  37. Guatemala: 2 kg per capita
  38. Romania: 1.9 kg per capita
  39. Israel: 1.8 kg per capita
  40. The UK: 1.7 kg per capita
  41. Thailand: 1.6 kg per capita
  42. Venezuela:  1.6 kg per capita
  43. Japan: 1.5 kg per capita
  44. Colombia: 1.4 kg per capita
  45. Malaysia: 1.3 kg per capita
  46. Hong Kong: 1.3 kg per capita
  47. New Zealand: 1.3 kg per capita
  48. Georgia: 1.3 kg per capita
  49. Philippines: 1.2 kg per capita

https://www.caffeineinformer.com/caffein...rld-drinks

Look at Finland at the very top of the list! Finns for the winns...and coffee, too!

It's chilly up there, that may have something to do with it. chuckle.gif



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