top of page
Search
  • _

Alzheimer's...a form of brain diabetes.


Insulin: Predictor for Alzheimer’s?

 

SOURCE: Interview with Dr. Larry McCleary, 19th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging and Aesthetic Medicine, held in Orlando, FL, April 7-9, 2011 - Panaxea

 

The Clinic Program "Getting Slimmer and HEALTHIER" is based on a diet that has the property of manipulating insulin levels in our blood stream. When less insulin is needed, muscle mass is preserved and fatty tissue is lost. Furthermore, the style of eating suggested has the ability of being anti-inflammatory.

 

As a consequence, you can become HEALTHIER, not just slimmer.

In my practice I use for my older patients  and in people with a family history of mental decline related to ageing, Colostrinin, just one capsule per day.

 

This wonderful nutrient  is extracted from colostrum, and manipulated in such a way to make it easily available for our bodies.

It helps with the age related loss of brain power like memory, concentration, etc. A double-blind, placebo-controlled study of Colostrinin conducted on 105 patients with ARCD (age related cognitive decline) found this polypeptide has a stabilising effect on cognitive function. Colostrinin has proven efficacy in managing mild and moderate cases of ARCD with greater efficacy in earlier-stage patients than more advanced.

May reduce beta amyloid: One of the ways Colostrinin may manage progression of ARCD is through reduction of beta-amyloid levels in the brain.

Beta-amyloid has fascinated scientists for years. Long considered a key player in the development and progression of AD, it held its secrets closely. In the past several years, however, it has gradually begun to give up many of these secrets. Scientists have learned an enormous amount about how beta-amyloid plaques are formed and the toxic effects that these structures as well as the earlier forms of beta-amyloid have on neurons and synapses. These findings have opened up new avenues of investigation and new possibilities for therapeutic targets.

In in-vitro studies, the addition of Colostrinin to neural cells inhibited the formation of beta-amyloid fibres. Further, upon long-term incubation, amyloid fibres were largely dissolved by Colostrinin.

Prevents oxidative damage: Another key mechanism of action for Colostrinin is that this polypeptide protects the sensitive central nervous system against oxidative damage,

 

Our brain health is our most precious asset. Are you doing all you can to preserve your brain function for a long time?

 

Ring today for an appointment: Let’s improve your brain health.

WARNING: The 'side effects' are that you will gain health for your entire body, not just your brain, and you will feel more energetic and alive!

1 view0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

The amazing human brain

The Amazing Human Brain If you are ever feeling uninspired, take a moment to consider the amazing marvel between your ears – your brain! Did you know that although your brain makes up only 2% of your

Comments


bottom of page