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Spreading the news that it may be possible to arrest many neurodegenerative diseases with currently available pharmaceuticals, or by adding some common foods to the diet. Particular emphasis is on the "tauopathies", such as Alzheimer's disease, PSP (progressive supranuclear palsy), CBD (CBGD, corticobasal degeneration), MSA (multiple system atrophy), and other neurodegenerative diseases that involve the corruption of tau proteins, known as "tauopathies", listed in message #6.

The moderators of most other so-called "support groups" actively discourage and suppress the discussion of information like this, quietly advocating instead, euthanasia.

In addition to the corruption and accumulation of intracellular tau protein, another problem common to many neurodegenerative diseases is glucose hypometabolism (poor glucose metabolism).

Here is an example supplement regimen to consider:
1/2 tsp of ground cinnamon, 3x per day
20g medium chain triglycerides (MCT or 2 Tbsp coconut oil) per day
[you will have to experiment with quantities and timing for best
results. Example regimen: 3 tsp MCT oil, 4 tsp coconut oil
3x per day.]
500mg niacinamide (a.k.a nicotinamide) 3 or 4x per day
500mg curcumin 3x per day for 1 month, decrease to 2x per day thereafter

"natural" doesn't always mean they're better than pharmceuticals, but sometimes, naturally occuring drugs are all there are.

Other options to research: grapeseed extract, lithium, methylene blue, B12, Enbrel, Dimebon, and clearing up chronic infections such as H.pylori bacterial infections of the stomach.

I would try the coconut oil and cinnamon first. Give it a month or two.
[NOTE: See Dr. Newport's web site for more on MCTs, coconut oil, and Axona
http://www.coconutketones.com

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