New research shows “striking” link between toxic aluminium and Alzheimer’s Disease
Newly published research shows a “striking” link between toxic aluminium and Alzheimer’s Disease
It prompted a leading voice on Alzheimer’s Disease, Professor George Perry, Chair in Neurobiology at the University of Texas at San Antonio and publishing Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, to comment on the new research:
“Compelling localization of aluminum with a central player in AD (Alzheimer’s Disease) amyloid-beta, strengthens the link of aluminum to the pathogenesis of AD.”
The lead research scientist involved, Professor Christopher Exley, a world authority on aluminium added: “This new research confirms my resolve that within the normal lifespan of humans, there would not be any AD (Alzheimer’s Disease) if there were no aluminum in the brain tissue. No aluminum, no AD.”
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Scientific research shows that drinking silicawater rich in soluble silicic acid is unique in removing neurotoxic aluminium from the body and brain.
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