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Alzheimer's & Parkinson's

Alzheimer's and Parkinson's are neurodegenerative diseases. Over time, the brain degenerates...neurons die (and don't come back). 

Alzheimer's starts with subjective cognitive impairment, that worsens to mild cognitive impairment...and finally progresses to severe memory loss and devastating dementia.


In Parkinson's, the loss of neurons affects function of the basal ganglia and causes a hypokinetic movement disorder (tremor, stooped posture), and often also alters thinking, emotional processing and personality. 

Even though the damage and dysfunction from these diseases may seem inevitable and is possible to slow down the neurodegenerative process...sometimes to stop it from progressing...and even REGAIN function once thought lost. 


Make no mistake though, achieving these results can be complicated and requires individual commitment as well as an active support system. 

A common misconception about Alzheimer's and Parkinson's is that they are "genetic" diseases. In reality, research has shown only a very small number of cases are caused by genetic problems. The vast majority are of these cases are caused by the interaction between a large number of factors:

  • Insulin resistance

  • Autoimmunity

  • Mitochondrial malfunction

  • Nutrient deficiencies

  • Toxicity (metals, mycotoxins, chemicals)

  • Hormone deficiencies (testosterone, estrogen etc)

  • Food reactions

These Neuro-Metabolic factors above must be investigated (and effectively treated when discovered) if we have any chance against the steady march of neurodegeneration.  

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"Dr. Clark's Approach to Alzheimer's & Parkinson's Treatment"

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