Heavy metals linked to Alzheimer’s – Here’s how to remove them safely
Current research shows a likely connection between the development of Alzheimer’s and a heavy-metal build-up in your brain and body.
Normally, your body can filter out excessive heavy metals. However, if your organs are not working optimally, or there are too many heavy metals in your body, your brain can be negatively impacted.
Scientists found that an accumulation of heavy metals contributes to the creation of sticky proteins in the brain that cause brain damage.
The proteins clump into two kinds of plaques called amyloids and tau tangles. The same plaques and tangles are found in the brains of patients with Alzheimer’s.
Research also tells us that heavy metals increase levels of chemically-altered molecules called ROS (reactive oxygen species) in the brain. These cause serious damage to brain cells, including cell aging and death.