Alzheimer’s Disease – Is It Being Driven By Toxic Aluminium Exposure ?
Dr Chris Exley, of Keele University is a world expert on aluminium – a subject he’s been researching in detail for over thirty years. Aluminium has become a part of everyday life in the modern era and is used in the manufacture of pots and pans, lightweight engineering and also for vaccine adjuvants – which ‘excite’ an immune response. It seems that aluminium has no biological function in any organism and is neither essential nor beneficial for human life – whilst it has also never been tested for human toxicity. This is highlighted in the new film: Injecting Aluminium, from Cinema Libre Studios highlighting hundreds of sick patients in France – a story replicated in many other Countries. Some say the story of silicon keeping aluminium out of living things for almost all of evolution (bar the last century) is the greatest story still waiting to be told.
Recent autopsies have confirmed significant aluminium concentrations in familial Alzheimer’s cases while aluminium is an accepted neurotoxin and accumulates in the body over time – a ‘natural’ aging process in which human exposure to aluminium is ‘inevitable’. It has been found that if there is no identifiable aluminium in the autopsied brain, then there is no Alzheimer’s disease within the average lifespan of humans.
Can You Protect Yourself ?
Aluminium exposure has been implicated in the rising levels of Alzheimer’s disease for over 50 years, but until now, no one has done enough research as it’s simply not a sexy enough area to get properly funded. A non-invasive treatment for Alzheimer’s disease is long over-due and there are already other supportive research ideas from the University of New South Wales and the University of Louisiana.
It is established that environmental or occupational exposure to aluminium can lead to an early onset form of sporadic Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s is the primary cause of around 70% of cases of dementia and typical onset age is around 65 years old. The incidence of Alzheimer’s disease has been found to be higher in females – while exercise is seen to be preventative in both males and females. Perspiration may be a primary route of excretion of aluminium from the body and females (naturally) perspire less than males.
Matron, Go Trial Me
Dr Exley is looking at a next stage extended clinical trial, working with early onset Alzheimer’s patients who will drink a litre of silica rich water each day. Silica binds to aluminium and is known to help excretion of aluminium out of the body via urine. The patients will then be tested every three months using the ADAS-Cog test (Alzheimer’s Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive subscale) in a clinical trial. The test will monitor the elimination of urinary iron, silicon and aluminium and this will be used to help assess any links where the disease has reversed, is slowing, or is advancing amongst trial participants.
Individuals will be allocated to one of two ‘blinded’ groups, not knowing if they have been put in the high silicon rich water group or the low silicon water group. Any statistically significant changes that occur will result in patients being moved into the group where the disease progression is slowing. The project may last for up to five years (subject to funding) and involve up to 200 patients with a cost estimate of around £4 million. That is cheap as chips compared with identifying a suitable Alzheimer’s drug. By taking this research forward we can make this story today’s reality and all of this could be achieved at a fraction of the cost of the large number of failed Alzheimer’s drug trials to date.
From The Horses Tail
An additional remover (chelator) of aluminium out of the body is Horsetail, a tall thin stemmed silica herb packed full of CO2 loving chlorophyll – a very ancient leafless plant, handily placed by in the wild to also help gently detoxify us. Once again, nature is on hand to guide and help repair us.
Could There REALLY Be Something In The Water ?
There is a lower incidence of Alzheimer’s in populations living in regions with naturally occurring, high in silicon, water. In a previous smaller scale clinical trial, regular drinking of a silicon-rich mineral water had a profoundly positive effect. In just 12 weeks there was a significantly lower bodily burden of aluminium in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and the research subjects showed statistically improved cognitive function. Silica rich water has other positive properties too as it boosts collagen production for softer skin, aids better nail growth and helps prevent hair loss. But IF silica water is found to slow or even reverse Alzheimer’s disease its benefits will clearly be FAR more than skin deep.