Memory, Alzheimer’s & Insulin
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hey guys it’s dr. Burke here in this video we’re talking about memory Alzheimer’s and the insulin connection now this is my opinion but I believe that any problem with memory like going in a room you can’t remember where you went in there short-term memory long-term memory and dementia Alzheimer’s is related to a starvation of glucose in the brain I mean glucose is the primary fuel for the brain but it can’t get in there if the if the key doesn’t allow it to go in there and that’s the insulin connection so there’s a condition called insulin resistance what does that mean it means that the insulin in certain parts your body is too high over a long period of time and your body starts to resist or block insulin and insulin allows the glucose to go in the cells allows the glucose to go in the brain it allows the glucose to go in the muscle so basically your brain despite how much insulin is being pumped out from the pancreas is not going into the brain so you have a situation you have low insulin and low glucose in the brain that’s going to give your body feedback in the feedback loops back to the pancreas to make more insulin so an average person with Linds the insulin resistance has five to seven times more insulin than someone that is normal okay so that creates another situation called amyloid deposits now what does amyloid deposits it’s interesting because Alzheimer patients have this unique little fibrous tissue in the brain it’s a protein fibrous tissue called amyloid and that is a major complication significant complication to insulin therapy or if you have too much insulin so that’s another connection all right and also they found on PET scans which basically scan the body and look for places sugar metabolism in people with Alzheimer’s you have a low sugar or glucose metabolism so basically your brain is starving of glucose all right that’s what’s really causing memory problems on a physical level so this explains why you crave sweets because the brain is not getting glucose so basically the worst you can do is start eating sweets alright so here’s what I would recommend or what I would do if I had any of these issues number one cut out the sugar completely all the hidden sugars that means the breads and the pastas and the cereals and the juice and even the fruit at this time as well as alcohol and even yogurt has a bit it’s high in sugar so what you have to do is start reading the labels and make sure that you focus on the sugar grams try to get them less than one gram okay that’s step one number two the other problem that people have with insulin resistance is that every time you eat you spike insulin so what you want to do is we’re going to have less meals so do two or three meals no snacking between because you’re going to spike insulin the whole goal is to reduce insulin to allow this insulin to heal so you can start absorbing more fuel to the brain your body your brain can convert protein into glucose or even fat dietary fat into glucose but it can also run on ketones which is an alternative fuel source and that comes from cutting down the dietary sugar in the body your body switches over the fat burning makes ketones the brain loves it ok so you have number one you have cut up the sugar cut out the hidden sugars have less meals no snacking okay make sure that you’re another really cool tip is to have apple cider vinegar in your water why because apple cider vinegar reduces insulin resistance it actually helps improve that situation and these are just tips so all I’m saying is you go ahead and try this and see if it works for you and post your comments below I’ll see you in the next video
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