BREAKING: This discovery “stops Alzheimer’s in its tracks”

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BREAKING: This discovery “stops Alzheimer’s in its tracks”

The current treatments for Alzheimer’s are pretty weak.

At best, they can slightly slow the progression of the disease.

There are a number of promising avenues of Alzheimer’s research.

But all of these are years away from becoming treatments.

But a recent trial shows that a combination of different supplements can halt the progression of Alzheimer’s.

Botantical Mixture Stabilizes Cognitive Function in Patients with Mild and Moderate Alzheimer's Disease

The researcher conducted the trial in association with the University of California at Irvine. The Journal of Clinical Medicine and Therapeutics published the results.

Mainstream Alzheimer’s research has hit a lot of roadblocks in the last few years.

Many researchers have put the idea of reversing Alzheimer’s disease on hold.

Instead, much of the research now goes into detecting Alzheimer’s in its early stages when treatments are more effective.

Other researchers are looking for ways to stop Alzheimer’s from progressing.

“Currently, there is no treatment that can stop the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.”

This clinical trial was based on research done in smaller animals.

The researchers plugged the findings of the animal research into computers running artificial intelligence software.

The software used this data to design a supplement predicted to slow or stop the progression of Alzheimer’s.

“We have used animal models and machine learning to develop a botanical mixture that targets multiple genetic pathways involved in brain aging and dementia that are shared between animals and humans.”

The purpose of the study was to test the effect of the supplement (called rebuilder) in people with Alzheimer’s.

“The objective was to test the effects of rebuilder on cognitive function in subjects diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.”

The researchers recruited 50 men and women between the ages of 60 and 90 with a diagnosis of mild or moderate Alzheimer’s disease.

They gave some of the participants the Alzheimer’s supplement and others an inactive placebo.

Neither the researchers nor the participants knew who was getting the real supplement.

The trial took place over the course of a year.

They tested the participants for their cognitive function – assessing the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.

Alzheimer’s tests took place before the trial began, at the three-month points, and at the end.

“The subjects were evaluated quarterly on the Mini Mental State Exam, Alzheimer’s Disease Cooperative Study Activities of Daily Living, and the Clinical Dementia Rating Sum of Boxes.”

They used these Alzheimer’s tests to understand whether the supplement regimen was effective.

The study showed that the supplement could stop the progression of Alzheimer’s in people with mild Alzheimer’s.

“Rebuilder stabilized cognitive decline in patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease.”

Some of the patients had slightly more severe Alzheimer’s – diagnosed as moderate Alzheimer’s disease.

The supplement slowed the progression of moderate Alzheimer’s.

“Rebuilder slowed cognitive decline in patients with moderate Alzheimer’s disease.”

All patients were already on stable doses of Alzheimer’s medications.

So the supplement provided benefits in excess of current treatments for people with mild and moderate Alzheimer’s.

The supplement was effective regardless of age. And the study found no differences between men and women.

“These results were observed in both sexes and in all ages tested.”

The supplement also seems to be pretty safe – with no adverse effects reported.

“Importantly, no adverse side effects attributable to rebuilder were reported.”

The researchers hope to conduct larger studies into the effect of this supplement.

“The results of this clinical pilot trial warrant further study of rebuilder in Alzheimer’s disease.”

The supplement contains a number of minerals and plant extracts.

These include extracts of astragalus, berberine, L- theanine, genistein, and Pterocarpus marsupium.

The minerals lithium and selenium are also included in the supplement blend.

The exact formulation of the supplement is protected by patent, of course.

But many of the protective mechanisms of these ingredients are understood from other research.

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

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