Australia Professor Says Aluminium From Diet Are A Major Risk For Alzheimer’s Disease


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Australia Professor Says Aluminium From Diet Are A Major Risk For Alzheimer’s Disease

Australia Professor Says Aluminium From Diet Are A Major Risk For Alzheimer’s Disease.

Professor J.R. Walton from the Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales, St. George Hospital Campus

Sydney in his recent paper, “ Evidence that Ingested Aluminium Additives Contained in Processed Foods and Alum-Tested Drinking Water Are A Major Risk Factor For Alzheimer’s Disease “ (click here for the paper) published in Current Inorganic Chemistry, 2012, 2, 19 – 39, concluded that the chronic consumption of dietary aluminium in processed food and aluminium treated tap water, in association with other sources of bioavailable aluminium, gives rise to aluminium neurotoxicity expressed as cognitive deterioration in rats that parallels Alzheimer’s Disease in humans.

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Comment:

No doubt that evidences are accumulating that linked aluminium from diet to the cause of Alzheimer’s Disease. Hence it is very prudent and wise to avoid as much as possible the source of aluminium from food sources (see previous press release here). However, the presence of aluminium in processed food and in tap water are so prevalent that it is just impossible.

The good news is that one can reduce the body burden of aluminium by simply consuming a silicon-rich mineral water, like Spritzer Natural Mineral Water. (Please click for short video and watch Professor Chris Exley testimony of drinking Spritzer Natural Mineral Water).

So why take the risk of accumulating aluminium in your body that may lead to Alzheimer’s Disease. Why not prevent the build-up of aluminium by just consuming daily a 1.5L of silicon-rich Spritzer Natural Mineral Water and in the process also quench your thirst and provide the necessary water for your hydration needs.

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