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By Heather Callaghan

We’re living in the “Age of Aluminum” according to Chris Exley, PhD of England. Do you associate aluminum exposure with Alzheimer’s disease? Despite the correlation between the neurotoxin and brain disease over the decades, a definite cause hadn’t been clinically presented.

Perhaps you’ve heard of the intriguing work of Professor Chris Exley who found that drinking certain mineral waters each day is the prime method of easily and safely removing aluminum from the body.

Is Aluminium Involved in Alzheimer’s Disease and Can Silicon-Rich Mineral Waters Protect Against Aluminium’s Involvement in the Disease?

When we last spoke to Dr. Exley, he had already tested silicon-rich waters like Volvic mineral water on human test subjects to discover that some of them had regained their cognitive abilities. Mineral water that contains high amounts of naturally occurring silica will draw aluminum safely out of the body.

At the time we spoke last year, he was raising funds to truly test the aluminum Alzheimer’s link.

This previous lack of clinical trial led to dismissal and derision from corporations and the part of the scientific community that perhaps received their funds from corporations. As you might imagine, corporations weren’t exactly chomping at the bit to fund Exley’s quest to prove the link.

We believe Exley’s newest work will provide hope and excitement to our readers. Be sure to listen to our interview after the press release.


Press Release: Familial Alzheimer’s and aluminum in brain tissue

By Professor Chris Exley via Sane Vax

There has been a strong link between human exposure to aluminium and the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease for half a century or more. However, without definite proof, there is still no consensus in the scientific community about the role of this known neurotoxin in this devastating brain disease.

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