Dementia Has Many Causes And Must Be Distinguished From Delirium…The Difference Is That Delirium Is Acute And Dementia Is Chronic But Both Have The Same Or Similar Symptoms.

In either case, it is an accumulation of toxins over a lifetime resulting in neurological damage….the toxemia comes from all sources including diet, EMF, water, air, skin absorption of chemicals from cosmetics, and hygiene products. Heavy metal accumulation is pandemic and is a large contributor.

Rational Approach To Dementia:

Detoxification is the only way to allow the body to be restored to adequate and even optimal functioning….THERE IS NO OTHER WAY!

Then, appropriate nutrition to restore the raw materials necessary for healthy new cell production leads to healthy organ function and hence healthy physiology.

The person must be under the care of a qualified physician before beginning this recommendation. This recommendation assumes that the person is under appropriate care and that a qualified physician will administer and manage the situation.

Complete blood work up to detect underlying kidney, liver, or other conditions….then proceed as appropriate with a qualified holistic physician.

  1. CBC
  2. Chemistry profile
  3. Iron and Ferritin
  4. PT/PTT
  5. Hormones (estrogens, testosterone, DHEA-S, pregnenalone, TSH, FT4, FT3)
  6. CRP
  7. Ca 125, Ca 15-3. Ca 19-9, CEA

Na(2)EDTA chelation (twice per week) for 30 weeks.

Vitamin C 25 gms IV 3 to 5 days per week (5 days for the 1st 2 months then 3 days per week for 3 months then 2 times per week for 3 months then 1 time per week for 1 year.

ALA 600 mg IV after vitamin C (same as Vitamin C)

IV phosphatidylcholine 3 to 5 days per week after ALA (same as Vitamin C)

Glutathione – 1cc syringe – draw up 0.10-0.25ml of a solution containing 10,000mcg of methylcobalamin and 100mg of glutathione per ml. 3 times per week for 6 months….then once per week for 6 months.


Diet For Dementia Patients




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