Results from the Nun Study
The nun study has proven once and for all that plaques plays only a minor role in the development of Alzheimer's disease. There must be something else that triggers the disease.
Thomas Bayer is convinced: Plaques are not the real cause of Alzheimer's disease. Deposits are recognizable in the cells themselves- these lead to cell-death and finally to dementia.
In Germany at the University of Gottingen, scientists have mixed a strong anti-inflammatory medicine among the food of Alzheimer mice. The results showed, that these mice in time had diminished Alzheimer symptoms and changed their behavior towards normal. Is it possible, that a strong anti- inflammatory medicine reverses Alzheimer's in time - at least in mice?
Thomas Bayer is convinced, that plaques is only 10% responsible and the other 90% must be an inflammation.