One out of three people over the age of 80 years will die of Alzheimer’s disease in the United States. This number is expected to increase to 2 out of three people in the next 20 years. The medical industry of the United States has openly stated that they have no idea what causes it, and Alzheimer’s has no cure. However, Alzheimer’s disease has been irrefutably linked with heavy metal toxicity in published peer-reviewed studies. Research from science journals as well as independent research into cognitive decline and dementia has shown that oral chelation therapy can prevent and reverse the symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
Symptoms of Alzheimer’s increase in direct accordance with the amount of aluminum found in drinking water. In a study published in 2009 in theAmerican Journal of Epidemiology, 1925 people were measured for their cognitive decline according to the amount of aluminum in their drinking water during a 15-year period. The symptoms of Alzheimer’s were significantly greater in people who had a higher daily intake of aluminum in their drinking water. Conversely, people in the study who drank water with at least 10 mg/L of silica had a significant reduced risk of dementia. This is just one of many studies that is irrefutable. It shows how the element silica, specifically in the form of orthosilicic acid, can chelate and remove aluminum from the human brain.
A study from Canada published in 2000, involving 68 Alzheimer’s patients, has also determined that aluminum in drinking water was significantly associated with the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. Meanwhile it is important to consider that more than 50% of the United States has aluminum concentrations in drinking water high enough (>0.1 mg/L) to cause Alzheimer's disease.
It has been shown many times through research, that when aluminum is ingested by mammals, 85% of the aluminum ends up in areas of the brain associated with Alzheimer’s disease. Neurofibrillary tangles and beta amyloid plaques in brain tissue, which everyone agrees are the hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease, are always associated with high levels of aluminum in those areas affected. Confirmation of heavy metals in the human body as well as the associated mineral deficiencies that result from heavy metal toxicity, that all people suffering from chronic disease have, can be easily determined through a hair test. Oral chelation therapy is a simple and cost-effective way to not only prevent Alzheimer’s but also reverse the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.