While the modern medical community may not endorse Dr. Price’s research, his work has become so popular with those who choose a more natural, non-traditional approach that it warrants closer inspection. While Dr. Price’s research was really well-done and widely accepted at the time, 80 years later people have moved on. A big difference between Dr. Price and modern nutrition best practices was his advocacy for eating fats. Note, however, that he’s not advocating for Crisco, palm oil, canola oil or any of the modern types of fats that are widely available.[Read more…] about Weston A. Price Approach to Treating Inflammation
This well-written article in Scientific American points to inflammation as the culprit behind Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. I personally found it to be really interesting because I’ve recently heard inflammation linked to various other diseases, including heart disease. What is the cause of the inflammation? It seems to vary and be unclear. The article points to age, being overweight, and stress as some potential inflammation causes.[Read more…] about Inflammation Causes Alzheimer’s?
There is some cool research happening in Norway, showing that (a) the breakdown of the body’s natural cleaning system — at the cell level — is causing Alzheimer’s and (b) when this cleaning system is turbocharged, the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease seem to disappear. Apparently, when people are affected by Alzheimer’s, they accumulate a bunch of defective mitochondria and proteins in their brains that interfere with the brain’s normal function.[Read more…] about Mitophagy Enhancement a Possible Treatment for Alzheimer’s?