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Dementia - Cognitive Decline

Cellular Inflammation is the root cause of all disease

Cognitive Aging vs Alzheimer’s Disease

  • Cognitive aging is different from AD
  • When people get older, sometimes they forget things, they lose their keys
  • You have a word on the tip of your tongue, but can’t get it out immediately
  • But you remember that word later, and you find your keys later
  • These are non-pathological changes associated with aging that don’t affect ADL

What is the prevalence of Alzheimer’s in America?

  • Anyone with a brain is at risk for AD
  • Prevalence of AD is typically reported between 5-6 million Americans
  • Up to 47 million Americans have preclinical AD, meaning they have AD in the brain, but no symptoms
  • Globally 160 million people will develop Alzheimer’s by 2050
  • Alzheimer’s is by far the most expensive disease to manage, with costs exceeding 226 Million in the United States
  • 90% of us can avoid ever getting Alzheimer’s, and 10% with a strong genetic risk for cognitive decline, AD can be delayed ten to fifteen years

Key Facts about Alzheimer’s

  • It is a progressive disease of the brain that impairs memory, thinking, mood and problem solving
  • Alzheimer’s disease is one type of dementia that accounts for 60 to 80 percent of dementia cases
  • The majority of patients notice the first symptoms in their mid-sixties and early seventies
  • Alzheimer’s is grossly underreported on death certificated, likely making it the third leading cause of death in the United States
  • The pathology associated with Alzheimer’s disease includes, amyloid plaques, tau tangles in the brain, loss of connection between neurons, and eventual shrinking of the brain
  • Inflammation, oxidation, glucose dysregulation and lipid dysregulation and the main biological processes that drive the development of Alzheimer’s
  • Alzheimer’s Disease is now commonly referred to as Diabetes Type III. In other words, everyone with insulin resistance is at elevated risk for dementia.

Research Publications

Link Between DNA Methylation and Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease:

Close to 40% of Americans Have Fatty Liver:

Chemicals In Consumer Products May Lead To Obesity & Fatty Liver Disease: