How Alzheimer’s Disease Got Reversed In Mice…
Alzheimer’s Disease Completely Reversed In One Week In Mice Using New Protein Injection
Arjun Walla | Collective Evolution
Last year, a team of Australian researchers used a non-invasive ultrasound to assist in removing toxic plaque and lesions from nerve cells commonly associated with the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. This was a big breakthrough, as the researchers were able to reverse the processes commonly associated with the onset of Alzheimer’s, you can read more about that here.
This time, researchers from the University of Glasgow, in conjunction with the Hong Kong Univeristy of Science and Technology, have discovered that one injection of a protein called IL-33 can reverse Alzheimer’s-like symptoms and cognitive decline in mice. The protein is actually made by the body itself as part of its immune defence against serious infection and disease, ones that affect the brain and spinal cord.
After the injection, the mice instantly improved their cognitive function and memory, restored to that of a normal mouse within just one week of having the injections.
Although this is very promising, these trials were not run on humans, and, according to Professor Eddy Lieu, who led the study, “[as] exciting as it is, there is some distance between laboratory findings and clinical applications. There have been enough false ‘breakthroughs’ in the medical field to caution us not to hold our breath until rigorous clinical trials have been done.” (source)
Alzheimer’s disease is caused by multiple lesions in the brain called neurofibrillary tangles and amyloid plaques. The first is found inside neutrons, which eventually disrupt the transportation of nutrients that are needed within the brain. The second (amyloid plaques) rest in-between the neutrons and form heavy clusters of proteins called beta-amyloid.
This disease is expected to affect 65 million people by the year 2030, and developments like this are important to look at. Unfortunately, as with cancer and various other diseases, we are rushing to find a cure without paying any attention to the cause. According to official scientific literature, we do not know the cause of Alzheimer’s disease, but there is a wealth of scientific data that links Alzheimer’s to various environmental toxins, which include environmental pesticides sprayed on our food and near agricultural areas, and various toxic household products, for example.
There have also been a number of studies that warrant the commencement of clinical trials, apart from the ones already mentioned in this article. For example, in 2012 a groundbreaking study was published in the Journal Ayu, titled “Effects of Turmeric on Alzheimer’s disease with behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia.”
According to the study, all of the patients involved exhibited irritability, agitation, anxiety and apathy. They were prescribed turmeric powder capsules and started recovering from these symptoms without any adverse reaction in the clinical symptom and laboratory data.
There are literally hundreds of studies outlining turmeric’s neuroprotective set of physiological actions, and dozens of them are connected to turmeric’s anti-Alzheimer’s disease properties. Some of these studies reveal that curcumin is capable of enhancing the clearance of the pathological amyloid–beta plaque in Alzheimer’s disease patients, and that in combination with vitamin D3, the neurorestorative process is further enhanced. Additional preclinical research indicates curcumin (and its analogs) has inhibitory and protective effects against Alzheimer’s disease associated β-amyloid READ MORE: http://www.collective-evolution.com/2016/04/24/alzheimers-disease-completely-reversed-in-one-week-in-mice-using-new-protein-injection/