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An interesting relationship between Neuromelanin, CSF, and Dementia

Arturo Solis Herrera

No effective treatment for Dementia has been found. It's just that it's not possible to cure what is not understood. Neuromelanin has been considered, so far, a byproduct of metabolism, but we find that it possesses the unsuspected ability to dissociate the molecule from water, such as chlorophyll in plants. This is a disruptive discovery, breaking the sacrosanct role of glucose as the energy source par excellence of neurons into a thousand pieces. Limiting the biological role of glucose to a universal precursor to organic matter, but not as an energy source.

The unexpected bioenergy role of melanin opens a new era in the study and treatment of neuro-degenerative diseases, such as Dementia, Parkinson's and Alzheimer. The dissociation of the molecule of water that happens in neuromelanin is an astonishingly accurate process, but it is disturbed in the presence of contaminated water, contaminated air, pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, metals, plastics, industrial wastes, solvents, etc.

And when the process of dissociation inside melanin does not occur in the exact way it has occurred from the beginning of time to date, then the body begins to disorganize and what we call diseases appear. The disorder in the production of hydrogen and oxygen manifests itself in any form, depending on age, weight, size, sex and the toxics that affected neuromelanin.

Restoring the exact dissociation of water by melanin leads to a surprising improvement in patients of Dementia, psicoaffective disorders, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's, the plague of the 21st century.


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