September 22, 2009
Natural Hormone Institute recommends bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and nutritional supplements in battle against the deadly disease
Jacksonville, Fla. (Vocus/PRWEB ) September 22, 2009 – A study released today by Alzheimer’s Disease International finds that more than five million people in the United States and 35 million people worldwide are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia. The study forecasts that more than 115 million people worldwide will be stricken by this disease by 2050.
C.W. Randolph, Jr., M.D., a nationally-recognized expert in age-management medicine and hormone health and Medical Director of The Natural Hormone Institute is finding positive clinical results in the battle against Alzheimer’s through the use of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) and nutritional supplements.
“This disease is epidemic, killing more people than breast and prostate cancer combined. While age is the variable most commonly associated with Alzheimer’s, most physicians are unaware of how age-related hormone level decline is a pivotal variable impacting memory, learning and overall cognitive function,” said Randolph. “There are millions of hormone receptor sites throughout the body, including the brain. When production of needed hormones declines due to aging of the ovary or testes, the brain’s receptors do not receive these necessary hormones, resulting in impaired mental activity.”
Comment from Leslie
Well, the proof is in the pudding- heavy toxic loads from vaccines, foods, the environment, aluminum cookeware, foil and in deoderants – phytoestrogens- estrogen mimikers in foods, cleaning products, synthetic hormones, plastics, aluminum and mercury in vaccines – 246 mercury hot spots across the United States – all lead to neurological disease….which is now surpassing pathological diseases. The crime of it all. Big Pharma, and industry to blame. It is time to detox – to save our minds.
On the other hand if our brains became unfogged we would probably despair over the mess we have created in the name of commerce and profit.