Having diabetes doubles your risk of Alzheimer’s.
There is a connection between Parkinson’s and a propensity to engage in violent behaviour.
Gluten is what Perlmutter calls a ‘silent germ’. It can inflict lasting damage without you knowing it.
Food is a powerful epigenetic modulator, it can change our DNA for better or worse. It regulates the expression of many of our genes.
Modern medicine has an illness-centred approach, not a wellness approach.
In a recent report in ‘Archives of Internal Medicine’ it showed post-menopausal women who were put on statin drugs to lower cholesterol had nearly 48% increased risk of developing diabetes, compared to those not given the drug.
Another new study shows babies born to women with gluten sensitivity have an increased risk of developing schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders.
An extremely low carbohydrate diet of no more than 60 gr carbs a day, is ideal (this is the serving in a piece of fruit), and high fat is ideal.
Look up ‘the gluten police’ on Dr Perlmutter’s site www.DrPermutter.com
Science tells us that many of our brain-related illnesses, from depression to dementia, are closely related to our nutritional and lifestyle choices.
The Diabetes, Alzheimer’s and obesity connection is a well-documented for brain disease.
By Dr David Perlmutter
Dr Perlmutter is a Board certified neurologist, Fellow of the American College of Nutrition, the only doctor in the country with both these credentials.
I am a trained Natural Therapist, Teacher, published Author and Artist who lives on the south eastern coast of Australia.
Click here to see info on my book about Allergies and Chronic Fatigue
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