21 September 2009

Video: Astounding Rapidly Rising Stats for Alzheimers Disease and Dementia Worldwide

From Denny: This sure was an unexpected news story today as reported from the 2009 World Alzheimer Report. They are predicting that the number of Alzheimer cases are expected to double over the next 20 years to 65.7 million by year 2030. Asian and African countries will experience the greatest increase, followed by North America for a 77% increase, then Europe at the lowest by only 40% increase. Dr. Synderman is right. This disease will be a health care budget buster over the coming decades.

It does make me wonder about these staggering statistics if this has anything to do with all the chemicals in our food supplies. After all, the brain is high in fat and absorbs easily toxic metals and chemicals. What do you think?


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