Wednesday, 22 February 2012

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE

What If There Were A Cure? The Story of Ketones

Though Dr. Mary T. Newport has provided professional care to babies since 1983, she's led a double life since 2000 when she became a carer at home. That's when her beloved husband, Steve, first showed signs of Alzheimer's disease. After his deterioration accelerated in 2004, Dr. Newport began avidly researching to keep him functional as long as possible. Since she understands medical proceedings, she was thrilled to find, totally by chance in 2008, new research showing that medium-chain fatty acids, which act like an alternative fuel in the insulin-deficient Alzheimer's brain, can sometimes reverse or at least stabilise the disease. When she gave Steve about two tablespoons of coconut oil (a source of these fats) at breakfast before a memory test that he had previously failed, Steve miraculously passed the test. Since then, Steve continues to maintain improvement while taking daily doses of coconut oil and MCT (medium-chain triglyceride) oil with meals.

Dr. Newport's story of Steve's reprieve from Alzheimer's provides an exciting breakthrough for carers eager to learn about readily available fatty acids in foods that may reverse the ravages of this dreaded disease. Changes in loved ones may take many forms, including improved memory, return of personality, resumption of activities and social interaction and relief from certain physical symptoms. Because ketone esters, a synthesised form of these powerful fatty acids, work faster and more comprehensively than fatty acids in foods, Dr. Newport has become an ardent advocate for ketone ester research, with goverment approval her final goal.

Already into it's third printing this book is flying off the shelves. The author is in high demand from TV and radio networks and this book is being blogged about the world over.

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