Dementia is a DISEASE caused by OUR developed world

Dementia effects an ever growing number of elderly people in the western world. Not only that, but it’s effect on younger people is also on the rise and is now said to effect one in two people by the time they reach 70 years of age living in the Western World. It’s very alarming and should concern each and every one of us and I am sure already touches the lives of so many of you.

BUT step outside of the Western (so called ‘Developed’) countries and look at other cultures, where the food and lifestyle is more natural, with more fish, organic berries and nuts, with less GMO and processed foods and you will not hear, or see it at all. The word Dementia does not even exist. I have spent 15 years living in developing countries and seen this all first hand. It’s shocking when you think about it… Dementia is no longer a problem, it’s a DISEASE soon to become an EPIDEMIC throughout the Western World.

It’s also another lesser known fact that it is possible to REVERSE DEMENTIA. I have seen it with my own eyes, with positive effects every time and 90% cure rates using other methods, such as:

  • EDTA Chelation (to clean, decalcify and clear out the blood of heavy metals)
  • Stem cells (for regeneration)
  • A course of Colonics (cleansing the colon and clearing the Mucoid Plaque)
  • Diet and nutrition (playing a vital role)

As well as these supplements:

MCT oil, MSM, Boron, Ozone I.V’s, Vitamin C,  I.V, copper, zinc, Vitamin D, GcMaf and  Moringa.

The good news is that there are are places available for 3 week stays at certain Clinics that could use all of these methods and more, to actually reverse this condition and offer real hope and value of life to anyone suffering from this terrible condition.

If you need any help, or advise finding a clinic somewhere you can travel safely on holiday to, with medical staff available to assist you or your loved one 24 hours a day, then please email mary@healingoracle.net

Amanda Mary Jewell

How 82-Year-Old Sylvia Hatzer Reversed Dementia On a Mediterranean Diet

It must have been heart-breaking for Mark Hatzer to realize his mother Sylvia, an 82-year-old dementia sufferer, could no longer recognize her own son. The last thing he wanted was to lose another parent but as her condition worsened, Sylvia was admitted to North Manchester General Hospital for her own safety.

During her time there, it was challenging in a number of ways. Sylvia’s memory began wavering in 2015 and she would often struggle to recall plans she made or birthdays. But it was in December 2016 that doctors diagnosed her with Alzheimer’s disease and when Mark noticed his mother’s rapid deterioration.

Failing to remember lunch plans and birthdays is understandable with age. Sylvia had even called the police and accused nurses at the hospital of kidnapping, which is forgivable. However, it was when Mark’s mom could not recognize him that he felt he “reached the lowest point of his life.”

Road to Recovery: How Sylvia Hatzer Beat Dementia

Sylvia had been in hospital for two months before doctors allowed her to be discharged from the hospital. She wasn’t yet in the clear, though. Sylvia was still exhibiting all the early signs and symptoms of dementia..

  • Memory problems (especially short-term)
  • Increased confusion
  • Trouble concentrating
  • Changes in personality or behavior
  • Generally withdrawn, apathetic, or depressed
  • Unable to complete simple, everyday tasks

“When she left hospital, instead of prescribed medication, we thought we’d perhaps try alternative treatment… In [Mediterranean] countries Alzheimer’s is virtually unheard of because of their diet.

Everyone knows about fish but there are also blueberries, strawberries, Brazil nuts and walnuts – these are apparently shaped like a brain to give us a sign that they are good for the brain.”

Researcher have studied diets from Mediterranean countries (e.g., France, Italy, Spain, Croatia, Turkey) for quite some time now. Scientists and Mediterranean natives alike tout these cultural diets as being helpful for improving memory or thinking and reducing dementia risk.

However, it was the Hatzer family’s next steps that made all the difference.

“When she left hospital, instead of prescribed medication, we thought we’d perhaps try alternative treatment… In [Mediterranean] countries Alzheimer’s is virtually unheard of because of their diet.

Everyone knows about fish but there are also blueberries, strawberries, Brazil nuts and walnuts – these are apparently shaped like a brain to give us a sign that they are good for the brain.”

Researcher have studied diets from Mediterranean countries (e.g., France, Italy, Spain, Croatia, Turkey) for quite some time now. Scientists and Mediterranean natives alike tout these cultural diets as being helpful for improving memory or thinking and reducing dementia risk.

According to the Alzheimer’s Society, “Mediterranean diets are traditionally high in fruitsvegetableslegumes and cereals, with moderate consumption of oily fish and dairy, and low in meatsugar and saturated fat.”

More Evidence That Mediterranean Diets Can Prevent and Treat Dementia

In fact, research presented at the July 2017 Alzheimer’s Association International conference revealed that eating a Mediterranean diet could significantly lower adults’ risk of dementia. The study, led by University of California’s Claire McEvoy, analyzed ~6,000 Americans’ eating habits.

And although the average age of participants was 68-years-old, the study was nationally representative enough for its findings to be relevant to the general public, as reported by CNN.

“After adjusting for age, gender, race, low educational attainment and lifestyle and health issues – such as obesity, hypertension, diabetes, depression, smoking and physical inactivity – researchers found that those who followed the MIND or Mediterranean diet had a 30% to 35% lower risk of cognitive impairment.” Just imagine what can be achieved with adding other treatments available at our finger tips. Quality of life is so important.

Source

https://theheartysoul.com/sylvia-hatzer-mediterranean-diet-reversed-dementia/

Again, if you need any help, or advise finding a clinic somewhere you can travel safely on holiday to, with medical staff available to assist you or your loved one 24 hours a day, then please email mary@healingoracle.net

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