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New Important Article on Ketone Ester from Dr. Richard Veech NIH

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New Important Article on Ketone Ester from Dr. Richard Veech NIH

 

A groundbreaking research study of a ketone ester in an Alzheimer’s mouse model was released for publication January 4, 2012, in Neurobiology of Aging by Yoshira Kashiwaya, M.D. and others in the laboratory of Dr. Richard L. Veech at the NIH in Rockville, Maryland. This study showed that, compared to animals fed a normal control diet, the Alzheimer’s model mice who were fed the ketone ester (D-beta-hydroxybutyrate-(R)-1,3-butanediol) had significantly less amyloid and tau protein that form the plaques and tangles in the Alzheimer’s brain, and the animals showed reduced anxiety, and improved learning and memory compared to the mice fed the control diet.

The Alzheimer brain in people becomes resistant to insulin beginning at least ten to twenty years before symptoms appear and this affects the ability of the brain cells to use glucose causing them to malfunction and die. It was discovered in the late 1960’s in the laboratory of George Cahill, M.D. (now deceased) that the brain easily switches over to using ketone bodies as an alternative fuel during starvation when glucose supplies are used up. This new research is the culmination of decades of research that followed, and, for the first time, shows that ketones could lessen the changes that occur in the brain and also improve cognitive function in this disease. In addition to acting as an alternative fuel, ketones mimic some of the effects of insulin and are also anti-inflammatory. Inflammation is another key feature affecting the Alzheimer’s brain.

Toxicity studies have already been conducted of the ketone ester in people showing there are no adverse effects and it has been approved by the FDA as “Generally Regarded as Safe (GRAS)”. Funding is now urgently needed to mass produce this ketone ester and conduct human clinical trials.

A copy of the entire article may be obtained on my website at the top of the first page www.coconutketones.com.

New Interview Series – Ketones and Alzheimer’s

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New Interview Series – Ketones and Alzheimer’s

I had the opportunity to give an interview for Scott Peters of iHealth Tube Video while at a conference where I was speaking. Here are links to the various segments:

Alzheimer’s disease now affects more than 5.5 million Americans

3 weeks ago

Coconut oil helps Alzheimer's, dementia, ALS, MS

I don't often share things like this to this page but I didn't have a song about being the child and caretaker of an Alzheimer's victim until after Dad (Steve) passed. I heal thru music and this brought tears to my eyes so for everyone that is taking care of a loved one with dementia, this song is for you. Don't forget to take care of yourself, too.
💛 Joanna

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He wrote a song about his mother's struggle with Alzheimer's and it's so beautiful 🙌

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Hey everyone! It's Joanna, Dr. Mary's daughter, and I'm now on messenger duty! I just wanted to let you know that I am working on writing back to all of you and there are a lot of messages so please do not lose hope. If it's been longer than 3 months please message me again and you have my sincere apologies.
Keep adding your friends and family to three group. Together we can show everyone that coconut oil is NOT poison but rather greatly enhances your life. 💛
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1 month ago

Coconut oil helps Alzheimer's, dementia, ALS, MS

Regain Your Brain - Free Online 12 day event - Mary Newport MD one of many featured speakers:
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RESPONSE TO NEW MEDIA HYPE/MISINFORMATION ABOUT COCONUT OIL. Coconut Oil is NOT Poison!!
The media rushed to spread misinformation about coconut oil by quoting a lecturer who presented in Germany and, in a brief statement, said "coconut oil is pure poison". The lecturer Karin Michels is a PART-TIME professor at Harvard and has a PhD in Biostatistics. She mostly works at UCLA and also in Germany. She is not a physician or nutrition scientist and none of her published articles as listed on the Harvard faculty website contain a serious analysis of the questions about coconut oil. The media should consider the source before spreading this type of misinformation. Here is my response which was taped yesterday with Dr. Ryan Lowery In Tampa, Florida.

COCONUT OIL IS NOT POISON!!There is a Harvard Study out with findings that Coconut Oil is "poison." We got together with the foremost expert on the topic. Dr. Mary Newport to debunk th...
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2 months ago

Coconut oil helps Alzheimer's, dementia, ALS, MS

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New Blood Test Can Detect Alzheimer's 30 Years In Advance.
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