New Research – Arginine and Alzheimer’s Disease

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New Research – Arginine and Alzheimer’s Disease

In 2009, Harvard Medical School Review published a report that sparked the interests of those invested in EraseDisease.com. The report noticed that as nitric oxide and l arginine levels decreased naturally as we age, that decrease correlates with an increased risk for dementia and Alzheimer’s. (Check this out for more info).

With that said, we’ve come across some new information conducted by the University of Texas Dallas Center for Vital Longevity. In this most recent research, professors found a link between uncontrolled high blood pressure and Alzheimer’s disease.

Researchers found that people who have uncontrolled hypertension and a genetic risk factor for Alzheimer’s (a gene called APOE-e4) had higher levels of amyloid plaque — known to play some kind of role in Alzheimer’s disease — than people with the APOE-e4 gene and controlled hypertension.

Read more http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/19/high-blood-pressure-alzheimers-hypertension_n_2910350.html

Let’s combine this new research with the fact that more than half of people with high blood pressure do not have their condition under control. According to the CDC , 67 million American adults have high blood pressure. Think about that. And only 47% of that 67 million actually have their condition under control.

L Arginine to Reduce Blood Pressure

The amazing part of this story is that l arginine has been clinically shown to not only reduce blood pressure, but to improve some of the conditions that may contribute to Alzheimer’s disease . It may protect your brain from developing dementia, Alzheimer’s disease , and other neurodegenerative.

Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/517938-acetyl-l-carnitine-l-arginine-and-alzheimers/#ixzz2OCrgqu3b

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Summary:

In 2009, Harvard Medical School Review published a report that sparked the interests of those invested in EraseDisease.com. The report noticed that as nitric oxide and l arginine levels decreased naturally as we age, that decrease correlates with an increased risk for dementia and Alzheimer’s.

Researchers found that people who have uncontrolled hypertension and a genetic risk factor for Alzheimer’s (a gene called APOE-e4) had higher levels of amyloid plaque — known to play some kind of role in Alzheimer’s disease — than people with the APOE-e4 gene and controlled hypertension.

 

 

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