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Alois Alzheimer was a German psychiatrist and neuropathologist. The results of his work led to him becoming a household name, but not one that you’d want to use too often.

Alois Alzheimer: The condition used to affect men and women in their later years; now it’s affecting people in their 40’s.

“Alzheimer’s Disease” is an advanced form of cognitive decline or dementia where a person has trouble remembering, learning new things, concentrating, or making decisions that affect their everyday life.

It used to affect men and women in their later years; now it’s affecting people in their 40’s.

A uncle and an aunt of mine in Scotland succumbed to Alzheimer’s Disease over 40 years ago . I witnessed this first hand more recently as a relative could never correctly answer questions such as what month it was, what season it was or what county she lived in.  She would also ask the same two or three questions repeatedly, never taking in the answers.

What Causes Dementia?

There have been many suppositions but a recent study carried out by the NYU College of Dentistry and NYU Langone Medical Centre determined that Porphyromonas Gingivalis is a keystone pathogen in chronic periodontitis and lives in pockets of the gum.

Pockets that conventional brushing with toothpaste is supposed to eliminate, but doesn’t.

From the bacteria Porphyromonas Gingivalis comes gingipains, a family of neurotoxic enzymes that have been discovered in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients but not in the brains of healthy people.

Porhyromonas Gingivalis is found predominantly in your gums.

Another study was carried out on people averaging around 60 years of age in reasonably good health. 

It showed for the first time a link between periodontal disease and the accumulation of plaques in the brain containing these gingipains.   

Here was evidence of the root cause of memory impairment; the conclusion was that periodontal inflammation may increase the risk for amyloid deposition (one of the central neuropathological abnormalities in Alzheimer disease).

It came as no surprise that the NYU study was sidelined by mainstream science who’d already told us what causes Alzheimer’s Disease and were selling their profitable medicines for it.

It’s All About Connections

Described in simple terms, each tooth is connected to a part of your brain through tiny nerves.  

The Interactive ToothCharts evidence that link. (charts also available in French, Spanish, Chinese and Portuguese).

Infections from the gums travel from the tooth to the nose, to the eyes and ultimately to the brain causing a swelling.

The gingipain-infused plaque within the swelling makes it harder for your brain to recall memories.

You know the information you’re trying to recall is there, yet it’s gone, faster than dew in the morning sun.

If you dentist recommends you have a deep cleaning, it’ll make absolutely no difference because the gingipains have already travelled too far.

To find out if this affects you, do this test first thing tomorrow morning when you wake up.

Cup your hand to your nose and sniff.  If you have unpleasant or ‘morning’ breath then the bacteria are already there.

If you haven’t got a good sense of smell, ask your partner to sniff for you and tell him/her not to engage in any white lies. 

If you have a metallic taste in your mouth when you wake up, the bacteria is already affecting the nerves and you need to do something before you start walking down memory loss lane.

A study conducted by University of Michigan showed that there are 20 billion bacteria in your mouth.  

These reproduce every 5 hours.  

If you don’t clean your teeth for 24 hours….well you can do the maths.

It doesn’t matter how much money you spend at the dentist for regular cleanings, conventional medicine has found no answer to these gum destroying bacteria.

No matter how well you clean your teeth, at least 10% of the bacteria will remain in your gum pockets, ideal locations for bacteria as toxins have an entrance into the body through pockets around and in the tooth. 

There’s your ticking time bomb.

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How To Minimise the Chances of Getting Alzheimer’s Disease

Step 1: Eliminate The Bacteria  

Go for the source and keep at it. This is where the trouble originates.

Most days I rinse with water and a couple of drops of iodine.  I also add a few drops of iodine to my drinking water when I load up a new bottle.

Iodine is an underrated cleanser. It is capable of killing pathogens that include bacteria, fungi, yeasts, mycobacteria, viruses* and protozoa.

[* viruses include COVID-19]

Most bacteria will die within 15 to 30 seconds of contact.

We’ve been brainwashed into believing that fluoride is what’s needed and that’s plain wrong, especially as it has been shown to harm children’s developing IQ.

I wrote in my ebook “Brushing and Flossing Causes Gum Disease“: 

“Fluoridated water is unquestionably a massive mandatory medication, using the endorsement of government health departments and dentists to propagate the myth that it helps to prevent tooth decay; public water supplies/reservoirs and bottled water are the drug delivery system of choice. Why do they bother to claim that fluoride is there to protect your teeth when 70% of tooth loss is caused by gum disease? This doesn’t even pass the laugh test.”

You can also use Huperzine, a great dietary supplement derived from the Chinese club moss Huperzia serrata.  

Huperzine acts as a cholinesterase inhibitor — a type of medication that works by improving the performance of neurotransmitters in the brain.

Step 2:  Repair Those Damaged Brain Cells  

Vinpocetine s a compound from the Periwinkle plant that’s used as a cognitive protective and anti-aging agent. 

It opens up your brain’s blood vessels, pumping your head full of oxygen and sparking nerve cells back to life. 

This new blood flow also flushes out cerebral toxins and helps your neurons fire faster re-building your memory recall processes! 

In one study, participants at the University of Leeds in England used Vinpocetine and experienced less memory fatigue and improved reaction times in a matter of days.

Vinpocetine may improve blood flow and is believed to increase memory.

[NOTE: Sadly Vinpocetine has been banned in many countries “due to potential harmful nootropic characteristics as a cognitive enhancing supplement”. Wow! Nootropics are natural (or synthetic) substances that can be taken to improve mental performance in healthy people.]

Step 3: Protect The Brain  

Studies in China have repeatedly evidenced that Ginkgo Biloba reduces the detection rate of periodontal disease pathogens.

If you have any mercury (or amalgam) fillings and are concerned about the potential damage from mercury vapour from fillings that are positioned only a few inches below your brain, click on this link:

We don’t supply these herbs but they’re available online.

From what I’ve already witnessed, the alternative to a lifetime of clear thinking is not worth considering.

Graeme Dinnen

PS Blotting Brushes do an infinitely better job of removing plaque and food debris from pockets than conventional brushing, and reaches into the gum pockets.

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