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Alzheimers Journal Recognizes Role of Insulin in Alzheimers Disease
For years, many researchers have claimed a connection between aluminum and Alzheimer's Disease. Now this journal claims their is insulin resistance involved. Well, how do people become insulin resistant. They eat too much sugar containing food(CARBOHYDRATES) and according to biotoxic theory, heavy metals, chemicals and mold toxins can cause insulin receptors to turn down or shut off their response to insulin. So Alzheimer's is really a disease of modern civilization that has so altered the environment from which we evolved that the body can't sustain itself and simply withers away. Toxins are so pervasive and the food has changed so much that essential nutrients are missing or altered beyond the body's ability to recognize them. The result is unwellness!!!