ALZHEIMER'S ETC. PREVENTION & TREATMENTS, REVISITED

7-8-13

Greetings, Corey Munson, Marion Times Editor, and all --

The below piece in the 6-27-13 Marion Times is another tragic story about Alzheimer’s.  

The good news is, the most sensible prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's and several dreaded diseases have been posted on the following websites for a few years, at no cost to anyone--and for all to see.  Little professional care should be needed for disease victims to treat themselves, under a willing doctor's care, with recommended daily amounts of common, widely used food nutrients/supplements!—that don’t have long lists of harmful side effects! 

SUGGESTED CAUSE, PREVENTION AND TREATMENT PROTOCOL FOR ALZHEIMER'S

CANCER TREATMENT AND PREVENTION PROTOCOL

--SUGGESTS HOW YOU CAN  HELP YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM WHIP CANCER

SUGGESTED  TREATMENT PROTOCOL FOR ARTHRITIS & INFLAMMATION PAINS

PARKINSON'S  DISEASE--CAUSE, PREVENTION & TREATMENT

MENIERE'S  DISEASE--CAUSE, PREVENTION & TREATMENT

SUGGESTED PREVENTION & TREATMENT PROTOCOL FOR AUTISM

SUGGESTED PREVENTION PROTOCOL FOR DOWN'S SYNDROME

SUGGESTED CAUSE & TREATMENT PROTOCOL FOR ASTHMA

What insurmountable obstacles can you, and other newspaper editors cite, for not reporting the encouraging contents on those websites?  Large newspaper editors love use of the word “bold” for others, while they make countless excuses and run from it.  And they listen to researchers, who admit they don’t know what causes a disease--condemn causes they don’t like to consider, or even hear. 

On the other hand, the weekly Sergeant Bluff Advocate editor, and others of his ilk, are apt to report the content of the above websites and ask researchers about them. 

It would likely cost less than $200 for a disease victim to try an above protocol, under a willing doctor’s care.  And, what evidence would any researcher or doctor have to show the specific nutrients and protocols above can't work??  Little, if any, seems like a good answer.

Within 3 years, use of the above protocols could reduce disease treatment costs by $1 billion or more per year.  It could double to $2 billion per year, in just 5 years--and $12 billion per year in 10 years, when disease prevention results are realized.

Will editors ask doctors and report the insurmountable obstacles they face for nutritionally treating dreaded disease ridden patients with recommended daily allowances of nutrients/supplements, described in the above websites--or equivalent? 

Surely they don’t fear patients’ hair falling out or other dreaded side effects--routinely listed and encountered from today's use of powerful, very expensive, treatment drugs!!  The causes of these diseases certainly aren’t a deficiency in any of those toxic drugs! 

When researchers don’t know what causes a disease, they obviously don’t know what doesn’t cause it!!  And they never thought of  preparing this simple, but powerful chart—for the immune system, they choose to ignore! The same immune system that protects people with normal immune systems from a disease, while other people have it--or that sends cancer into remission--to the amazement of cancer experts. 

The above chart raises the question—what effects do long term, low level nutritional deficiencies have on the immune system and the rest of the body  How do doctors detect these low level deficiencies.  Researchers have failed to help doctors with this. 

Please think about it.  Which researchers will now consider a simple nutritional deficiency cause, treatment and prevention of Alzheimer’s—or cancer, posted on website: http://www.iowalive.net/protocol.htm ?   Will any large newspaper editors question the researchers, at all?   

Here it sits.  Researchers have the opportunity to search in much better places, for better reasons, for the right things--with much better results!!         

IS THIS HEAVEN??  NO, IT’S IOWA!!

MARION TIMES PIECE ON ALZHEIMER’S

Putting pieces together for Alzheimer's caregivers
by Cary J. Hahn · June 24th, 2013

http://www.mariontoday.org/times/article.php?id=3486

Sincerely,

Iowalive     A growing network of volunteer citizens and professionals for improving Iowa.