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Cognitive Impairment From Aluminum May Occur When Drinking Water Lacks Silicates
A Recent Item From The True North Tune-Up
Wednesday May 17th, 2006
Aluminum was suspected as having a causative role in Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) after being found in the senile plaques and neurofibrillary tangles characteristic of Alzheimer’s in 1986. The various epidemiologic studies of aluminum and AD have been inconclusive; but a role of silica in these studies was neither suspected nor investigated. A recent French study about osteoporosis and mineral content of drinking water came up with an unexpected finding. Click here to read more as described by True North's director of research, Dr. Joseph Semmes.
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