Serrapeptase Help With Alzheimer’s Disease
Alzheimer’s is a neurodegenerative disease that destroys memory and other important mental functions. It’s a progressive death of the brain cell that happens over time. Scientists believe that Alzheimer’s disease is mostly cause by a combination of genetic, lifestyle and environmental factors that affect the brain slowly over a period of time.
Memory loss can be one of the most devastating conditions to suffer from, not only to the patient, but also to the people around them. It disrupts normal daily life, ability to think as well as reasoning skill of a person.
The first known symptom of Alzheimer’s is memory loss; forgetting what you just recently learned, significant dates and events, asking same information over and over, and increasingly relying on memory aids like alarms on phone, reminder notes or close family members and friends. Other symptoms may include challenge in planning or solving simple problems like following a simple regular familiar home recipe, being unable to complete simple home tasks or even at workplace, confusion with time or place and also problems with words; both spoken and writing.
Serrapeptase has been approved over the years to tremendously decrease the activity of pro-inflammatory Jac-B and IL-6 both of which are normally high in Alzheimer’s patients. Serrapeptase also breaks down the level of acetyl cholinesterase and amyloid, which are causes of Alzheimer’s.
The treatment works effectively in combination with a LCHF lifestyle. The current evidence suggests that supplementing with ketones and/or following the ketogenic diet is a safe and effective approach for helping people with Alzheimer's Disease, with the potential to stop the disease from progressing entirely.