By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
July 25, 2018
- Are amyloid plaques really the driving factor behind Alzheimer’s?
- Herpes virus is abundant in Alzheimer brains
- Balancing amino acids to silence herpes
You’ve probably seen the latest news headlines confirming the link between the herpes virus and the development of Alzheimer’s disease. This isn’t a new finding, by any means. I alerted you to this unusual connection back in April of 2012.
But until now it hasn’t been widely accepted.
That’s because many medical professionals are still holding onto an outdated theory called the “amyloid hypothesis”. According to this hypothesis, the build up of amyloid plaques in the brain is the driving factor behind Alzheimer’s disease.
However, when Alzheimer’s patients are given experimental drugs to rid them of these plaques, a strange thing happens. While the drugs achieve their goal of reducing plaques, the progression of the disease becomes worse, not better.