Aluminum, ALS, Parkinson's Disease and Alzheimer's Dementia


One of the most-discussed environmental connections to disease is the relationship between aluminum exposure and Alzheimer's disease. In truth, the connection applies to most neuro degenerative disorders, including Parkinson's and ALS. While no absolute proof of causation currently exists, there is a lot of compelling circumstantial evidence, as well as laboratory evidence, for such a connection.

The epidemiological evidence comes from studies that looked at drinking water level of aluminum and the incidence of Alzheimer's disease for large communities. Several of these studies demonstrated a close correlation. In one such study, eight-eight counties in England and Wales were examined for incidence of Alzheimer's disease and its relation to aluminum levels in various districts. Researchers found that areas with high aluminum water levels had an Alzheimer's disease incidence 1.5 times higher than areas with low aluminum levels.

Health and Nutrition Secrets (that can save your life), Dr Russell L. Blaylock, MD

..When you consider that, over the last two generations, consumption of beverages from aluminum cans and containers has began at an increasingly early age, the average person will have absorbed enormous amounts of aluminum by the time he or she reaches age fifty. Is it any wonder we have seen such a dramatic increase in neuro degenerative diseases in the last twenty years?

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