Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes , 5.4 million Alzheimer’s cases in USA

High sugar consumption is implicated in the disease of the brain, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. While the correlation of dementia risk, and specifically Alzheimer’s disease, with diabetes has been established, this new finding throws a much wider net in terms of defining an at risk population for an incurable brain disorder. But despite the potential public health impact of these findings, this correlation received almost no media attention.

The Unites States has now been granted the distinction of ranking first in terms of increased number of deaths from neurological diseases including dementia. In a recent report in the journal Public Health, Prof. Colin Pritchard and colleagues from Britain’s Bournemouth University evaluated causes of death in the 10 largest Western countries between 1979 and 2010. During that time period, deaths in America related to brain conditions rose an astounding 66% in men and 92% in women.

These compelling statistics are supported by what we’ve recently learned about monetary expenditures for caring for dementia-afflicted patients. In a recent RAND study published in The New England Journal of Medicine, costs for dementia care in 2010 were estimated to be as high as $200 billion, roughly twice that expended for heart disease and almost triple what was spent on treating cancer patients.

These figures, as well as the staggering statistics that in America there are currently 5.4 million Alzheimer’s disease patients with that number poised to double by the year 2030, provide enticement for pharmaceutical companies to develop drug strategies to cure or at least slow the inexorable mental decline characteristic of this disease. As yet, they have failed, miserably. Indeed, as reported in a recent issue of The New England Journal of Medicine, the latest and perhaps most promising drug treatment for Alzheimer’s disease not only failed to halt the disease, but actually worsened functional ability while increasing the risk for infection and skin cancers.

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Connie’s comments: Add fiber and grains in your diets. Cut on sugar and processed foods. Eat fruits and their skin if you have a sweet tooth, fruits rich in fiber. Fiber encapsulates sugar and fats out of your body. Detox with alkaline diet and water.

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