ALZHEIMER’S PT. 2- Exercise, MCTs, Coconut Oil, Hippocampus


… Continuation of part 1 demonstration of eye sacs and palmomental reflex. Chin will rise in a positive test with the disappearance of the frontal lobes.
(2:00) Movement exercises for the brain. Walking is one of the best exercises for the brain. When looking at the child's development, there is exponential growth in the frontal lobes and progresses with movement. The emotional part of the brain is also cured through exercise.
(3:45) Fasting is one of the best ways to help brain health. The prefrontal cortex Dorsolateral part of the brain has been proven to increase the human connection and reach the realms of connection with a higher power (God). Fasting actually involves this part of the brain to a much higher realm and helps the health of the brain. This part of the brain can also be constructed by medium chain triglycerides (coconut oil). This is useful for those who can not fast. Turns detergent proteins into food. Some teaspoons are adequate daily. It is better to use it raw than to cook with it.
(9:23) Can we expect a reversal of the disease? It is one person per person and case by case. The only part of the brain that can become really robust after degeneration is the hippocampus. Cortisol may reduce the hippocampus, but the phosphorylated serine (in the product called adrenacalm) can clear that up and we can see the growth occurring in the hippocampus. The hippocampus links short-term memory to long-term memory. Increases short-term memory potentiation. It is also better activated by physical activity. For good memory and brain activity, exercise!

Video credits to The Nielsen Clinic YouTube channel


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