Who Should Read This
You should read on if you have noticed any mentation issues yourself, if you've been diagnosed with dementia, or if you are a caregiver to someone so diagnosed.
Believe it or not, research shows Alzheimer's can be slowed and/or reversed. This web site presents that research to you in a form called 'The Protocol' that tells you step by step what to do and what not to do if you want to achieve similar results.
The authors are presenting this web site because someone near and dear to us has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Instead of just accepting the slow decline with loss of mentation and then death, we decided to see if we could do more. To our surprise, we found that we could. We want you to benefit as we have.
Just a note: 'The Protocol' research and initial publication has been completed. We reserve the right to publish these works for sale at a later date.
We are interested in hearing from you and joining our study. If you do, you can receive regular updates and trial status reports. Click the link above on 'Drug Trial' to see how to participate.
The authors have no economic interest what-so-ever in any information or products presented. We will never ask you for a credit card nor charge you anything. Furthermore, we do not endorse any product, nor are we a shill for big pharma or anyone else.
Sept 22, 2015 - Gladstone Institutes. "Old drug offers new hope to treat Alzheimer's disease: By repurposing a prescription drug used to treat rheumatoid arthritis (salsalate), researchers successfully reversed tau-related symptoms in an animal model of dementia." ScienceDaily, 21 September 2015. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/09/150921133646.htm. See also http://ReversingAlzheimers.org/todo/Salsalate/Salsalate.html for further information.
Jan 15, 2015 - A paper published in JAMA Internal Medicine shows a link between anticholinergics and dimentia. See http://ReversingAlzheimers.org/nonos/Anticholinergics.html for further information.