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The M.I.N.D Protocol for Alzheimer's & Dementia

Summary: The M.I.N.D. protocol is a disease treatment strategy that targets the proposed causes of Alzheimer's disease.
Air Date: April 10, 2014
Duration: 10 Minutes
Host: Mike Smith, MD
Guest Bio: Jacob Teitelbaum, MD
Jacob Teitelbaum head shotJacob Teitelbaum, MD, is Director of the Fatigue & Fibromyalgia Practitioners Network and author of the best-selling book, From Fatigued to Fantastic! He is also the creator of the popular free iPhone & Android application "Cures A-Z."

He is the lead author of four studies on effective treatment for fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, and a study on effective treatment of autism using NAET.

Dr. Teitelbaum does frequent media appearances including Good Morning America, CNN, Fox News Channel, the Dr. Oz Show and Oprah & Friends. He lives in Kona, Hawaii.
The M.I.N.D Protocol for Alzheimer's & Dementia
If you know someone with Alzheimer's disease, you know that one day his or her mind can be functioning exceptionally well. Then, on other days, you notice memory loss or confusion.

Constant development in research has found numerous factors why you or someone you know could develop Alzheimer's.

There are also just as many sources to help prevent Alzheimer's. This could be metabolism and core factors contributing to dementia, inflammation and infections damaging brain cells, nutritional deficiencies, and drug use and over-medication; aka M.I.N.D.

The M.I.N.D protocol, designed by Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, targets the primary causes of Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia.

For the metabolism, you have to optimize adrenal, thyroid and testosterone function. For inflammation and infections, you may experience mental fogginess, the most common cause is Candida. To ease inflammation in your brain you can add curcumin into your diet. Curcumin is an Asian spice that is within the ginger family.

Nutritional deficiencies are common with Alzheimer's patients. Vitamin supplements or powders, specifically energy nutrients, can help patients with Alzheimer's.

The M.I.N.D. Protocol is currently in a clinical trial. If you or know someone with mild cognitive dysfunction, dementia or Alzheimer's, you can join the trail by calling 410-573-5389.

Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, joins Dr. Mike to discuss the M.I.N.D Protocol and how it can help prevent and treat people with Alzheimer's.

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