Not in the News!
Posted by Pedro Alvarez on 10 July 2014 07:27 PM

Health News (Week 28 - 2014)
By Robert Redfern

You Will Not Hear This In The News!

In The News!

The media is full of bad news about the epidemic of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Unlike their flu scare stories and bird flu horror stories, this time it is very relevant and very true. The number of people who will succumb to dementia in the next 10 years is horrendous; for those people, for their family and society as a whole.

What you are hearing in the news about Alzheimer’s is Pharma companies who are asking governments and charities to dig deep and give them billions so they can find a drug that you will need to take for the rest of your life, that will make the Pharma cabal even more wealthy than they already are now. You have read my newsletters’ claims that they have never researched a cure for major disease. They would be out of business.

Not in The News!

Serrapeptase and Nattokinase intervention for relieving Alzheimer’s disease

What you will not hear in the news is a new study published last year that showed that serrapeptase and nattokinase administered daily for 45 days resulted in a significant decrease in the chemical activity in the brain that causes Alzheimer’s. Treatment with these enzymes also produced a significant increase in the chemical activity in the brain that helps to protect against Alzheimer’s.

You will never hear about this in the media because it threatens the billions Pharma make from drugs that never cure anything in a meaningful way. This study now adds to the list of studies I used when I made my Alzheimer’s recovery plan.

Alzheimer’s Plan Update

You will remember a few months back I asked for Alzheimer’s sufferers who wanted to get personal coaching. The idea behind it was to stay in touch daily with their carers, who we could coach and monitor to help them implement the changes needed. After a slow start we eventually had four who agreed to work with us. The goal was to show that in 30 days there could be a measured improvement.

The good news is every one of these Alzheimer’s sufferers improved in the 30 days and are still steadily improving. The not so good news is that it is not as easy as I thought for their carers to implement as quickly as I had presumed. I am just making a few changes to the eBook to make it easier and to give the plan a slower start. The ebook will also soon be available as a printed book to make it easier to follow the plan.

What this has taught me is that what seems simple to me isn’t for everyone and so we are going to expand the personal coaching, to help everyone understand that it is ok to ask for help implementing the plan, especially when there is so much stress and emotions involved with Alzheimer’s.

This is the Alzheimer’s plan on the Help Desk:

If you are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s then don’t give up just because the medical mafia say nothing can be done. All they mean is “nothing can be done as far as we know”. The good news is they don’t know everything and readers of my newsletters probably know more

If you have any questions on any health issue feel free to contact me Here. Your question will come through to me directly and I will answer in the strictest of confidence.

Regards, good health....

Robert Redfern

Nutritionalist, Author & Broadcaster

LINK TO STUDY: Serrapeptase and Nattokinase intervention for relieving Alzheimer's Disease


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