Alzheimer's Disease: What if There Was a Cure?

Dr. Mary Newport takes a closer look at ketones

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Second Edition published 2013

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Alzheimer's Disease: What if There Was a Cure? The Story of Ketones by Dr. Mary Newport

The first edition of Alzheimer's Disease: What if There Was a Cure?, which details Dr. Newport's discovery and use of medium-chain fatty acids (which act like alternative fuel in the Alzheimer's brain), had such a strong reception in 2011 that a second edition is now in demand.

In this updated and expanded version, Dr. Newport, a neonatal practitioner, continues the story of her husband Steve's progress and provides the most recent research on the possible connection between Alzheimer's disease and the herpes simplex virus and nitrosamine substances, as well as how infection, inflammation, and genetic makeup may affect an individual's response to fatty acid therapy. Among many other updates, Dr. Newport details the latest clinical trials aimed at removing beta-amyloid, which accumulates in the Alzheimer's brain.

Dr. Newport's story of Steve's reprieve from Alzheimer's disease provides a real breakthrough for caregivers eager to learn about readily available fatty acids in foods that may reverse the ravages of this dreaded disease. Because ketone esters, a synthesized form of these powerful fatty acids, work faster and more comprehensively than fatty acids in foods, Dr. Newport has become an ardent advocate for ketone ester research, with FDA approval her final goal.

The book is available directly from the publisher Basic Health Publications, or from Amazon, or Barnes and Noble. It is also available on Kindle through Amazon.

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