[Alert] MAJOR Alzheimer’s Trigger Discovered!
The mainstream wants you to believe that you get diseases like Alzheimer’s because of your faulty genetics.
They want you to think that you have the wrong genes… you’re doomed.
Of course, this simply isn’t true!
Instead, it’s just a cover up for the fact that mainstream medicine has no clue how to treat this devastating condition.
But what if you could catch Alzheimer’s early enough to stop the disease dead in its tracks?!
Science though this wasn’t possible.
Because researchers have identified an extremely early warning sign of Alzheimer’s disease.
And chances are you’ve got it.
Shocking research has discovered a bizarre link between Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and a bacteria associated with gum disease called Porphyromonas gingivalis.
This research found that gingivalisfrom gum disease:
- Invades and infects your brain.
- Causes dangerous inflammation.
- Promotes amyloid plaque buildup.
- Causes tangles of tau proteins.
- Inflicts neural damage in brain regions affected by AD.
Even worse? Gingivaliswas found in 96 percent of all Alzheimer’s brain samples tested.
And the more extreme the cognitive decline, the higher the levels of gingivalisin the brain.
As you well know, AD involves the accumulation of amyloid and tau proteins in your brain.
But evidence suggests that these dangerous protein plaques are actually your body trying to defend against bacteria – and the gingivalisbacteria, in particular.
There is some good news…
A drug – called Cortexyme – blocks the toxins of gingivalisfrom entering your brain.
When given to mice with AD, Cortexyme reduced their infections, halted amyloid production, lowered brain inflammation, and even rescued damaged neurons.
If you or a loved one is suffering from gum disease, it’s time to make sure it doesn’t affect your brain health, as well.
Cortexyme is in Stage II of its clinical trials but with some help from your doctor, you can be included!