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Is Aluminum ruining your chances of escaping Alzheimer’s?

Did you know that in the 1970s researchers were already making the connection between Alzheimer’s disease and aluminum? Research studies published in Science in 1973 and Brain in 1976 described how brain of people who had died of Alzheimer’s disease had much more aluminum than those who died of other causes.
We are all exposed to aluminum in drinking water and researchers in the UK have found Alzheimer’s cases are 50% more frequent in counties with high aluminum in their drinking water and Canadian studies have suggested a three-fold increase of Alzheimer’s cases related to high aluminum in drinking water.
Although the issue is still controversial, in 2011 the following statement was published in the International Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease:
“There is growing evidence for a link between aluminum and Alzheimer’s disease, and between other metals and Alzheimer’s disease…it is widely accepted that aluminum is a recognized neurotoxin, and that it could cause cognitive deficiency and d…