Recent Study Suggests a Link Between the Causes of Alzheimer's and Diabetes

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Pat Flynn, a martial arts and Kettlebell instructor at the Exton Dragon Gym (http://www.dragongym.com), nutritional expert and exercise scientist, says that this study suggesting Alzheimer’s disease is linked with diabetes shouldn’t come as a surprise.

Far more people are now at risk for developing Alzheimer’s later on in life than previously thought. This shows that people need more reliable information on effective nutritional practices, such as fasting.

The results from the new study conducted by a team of scientists at the University of Pennsylvania reported showing that Alzheimer’s is linked to insulin resistance in the brain. The study which appeared in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, revealed that memory function fails in the presence of insulin shortage, and that Alzheimer’s patients have lower levels of insulin and that their brains are insulin resistant. “What is most surprising are the results we didn’t expect,” said Pat Flynn, “Alzheimer’s has classically been identified as a hereditary disease, but recent research suggests this may not be the case.”

Pat Flynn, the founder of ChroniclesOfStrength.com and leading proponent of the modern day fasting movement went on to say, “What does this mean? Far more people are now at risk for developing Alzheimer’s later on in life than previously thought. This shows that people need more reliable information on effective nutritional practices, such as fasting, to prevent them from making decisions that may cost them their health.”

Some typical questions that Pat Flynn will be answering in his Chronicles Of Strength blog are: Does eating sugar really cause Alzheimer’s? It sounds like you’re saying that Alzheimer’s is something that can be prevented. I thought it was a hereditary disease? What are the biggest misconceptions that people have about Alzheimer’s and Dementia? You say that one little tweak in somebody’s diet can greatly reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s. What is it? What else can people be doing to ward off the odds of developing Alzheimer’s later on in life?

For the answers to these questions and more information on Pat Flynn, visit his blog at http://www.ChroniclesOfStrength.com or contact The Dragon Gym for information on classes.

Pat Flynn is a Kettlebell instructor, assistant martial arts instructor and personal trainer at The Dragon Gym, which is a martial arts and fitness organization offering classes for children and adults in Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Hapkido, Muay Thai Kickboxing, Russian Kettlebells, Tai Chi, Aikido and Personal Training.

About Pat Flynn
Pat Flynn, a world renowned exercise scientist and nutritional guru, is poised to refute conventional wisdom, shake up the system, and help America reclaim the vibrant health of its youth. Offering himself up as the perfect case study, Pat Flynn presents a sweeping action plan for a heath revolution, proposing radical remedies for the contagion of convention wisdom. He is the founder of the top 500 health and wellness blog http://www.ChroniclesOfStrength.com.

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Contact: Dragon Gym Martial Arts and Fitness
Patrick Flynn
267 South Whitford Rd.
Exton, PA, 19341
262-825-2085
PatFlynn(at)ChroniclesOfStrength(dot)com
http://www.dragongym.com

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