High-Risk Countries

The Alzheimer’s Disease Epidemic

Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, ALS and other forms of neurodegenerative disease are the fastest-growing causes of death in the world. Contaminated food and water are contributing to the problem. Infectious wastes are being mismanaged and its unleashed a ticking time bomb in most countries. As such, some regions of the world have much higher rates of Alzheimer’s disease and related forms of neurological disease than others.

Alzheimer's disease and caregivers

The Scandinavian countries of Finland, Iceland and Sweden have the highest rates of Alzheimer’s disease in the world. What’s the connection? The causes may not be as mysterious as health experts, regulators and industry want us to believe.

Country                     Alzheimer’s Disease (deaths per 100K)

  1. Finland                    34.9
  2. Iceland                     25.1
  3. United States          24.8
  4. Sweden                    21.5
  5. Netherlands            21.4
  6. Switzerland             20.0
  7. Cuba                         19.6
  8. Chile                         19.6
  9. Andorra                   19.4
  10. Spain                        18.7
  11. Norway                    18.6
  12. Uruguay                   17.5
  13. Denmark                  17.4
  14. United Kingdom    17.1
  15. France                      16.6
  16. Canada                     16.0
  17. Australia                  15.3
  18. New Zealand           15.2
  19. Belgium                    14.6
  20. Pakistan                   14.3
  21. Bhutan                     13.4
  22. Malta                        13.0
  23. South Korea            12.0
  24. Ireland                     11.8
  25. Hungary                  11.5

Why is Finland’s prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease 39 percent higher than Iceland’s? If dementia is a random or sporadic condition–or just an age-related event–there should be little or no variance in the incidence from country to country. The undeveloped countries across Asia, Africa and South America have the lowest prevalence of neurological disease. In reality, the differences and coincidences are astounding.

Prions and Alzheimer's disease

Alzheimer’s disease alone is killing 50-100 million people now. Experts suggest that the prevalence of brain disease will quadruple by 2050, if not sooner. Defending yourself with facts and smart choices is your best hope. Keep reading to find out why:

  • Alzheimer’s disease is an infectious prion disease;
  • Infectivity is in the bodily fluids of those with prion disease;
  • Wastewater treatment plants are spreading deadly prions via sewage sludge, biosolids and reclaimed wastewater;
  • Wildlife are contracting prion disease from people because of this contamination. So are people. So are sea mammals;
  • Caregivers are in harm’s way because of widespread denial and mismanagement; and
  • It’s time for several reforms. It’s time to reclassify biosolids and reclaimed wastewater as infectious waste. It’s time time warn caregivers and change healthcare protocols.

Although there are many factors contributing to the global epidemic, it appears that Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease are as infectious as Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. There’s no evidence to the contrary.

The most common forms of neurodegenerative disease include Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, ALS and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease–the most aggressive and infectious of them all. According to Nobel Prize Laureate Stanley Prusiner, they are all part of the same disease spectrum—prion disease. It’s also known as transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE). The operative word is transmissible.

Death rates from heart disease, cancer and other leading causes of death are steady, if not dropping in most countries, due to advances in nutrition, medicine and disease management. Neurodegenerative disease is the one glaring exception. It’s spreading exponentially. In the U.S., for example, deaths attributed to Alzheimer’s increased 71 percent from 2000 to 2013, while those attributed to heart disease decreased 14 percent.

These regional variations indicate that the death rate from Alzheimer’s disease is not random, but one influenced by environmental and/or dietary factors. Regional spikes also reflect the infective nature of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of prion disease once they have a foothold within a population. Please visit our tab The Truth for a more thorough explanation.

infectious waste and food contamination

Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of prion disease all are transmissible. Family members and other caregivers are risking their lives without any guidance or precautions. They all should take the same precautions as with a patient who has Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD)–the most lethal prion disease known to humans. It’s highly contagious and extremely fatal in all cases.

Prions are unstoppable. The pathogen spreads through the bodily fluids and cell tissue of its victims. The blood, saliva, mucus, milk, urine and feces of victims are infectious. Once unleashed on the environment, they remain infectious.

Although there are many causes and pathways contributing to prion disease, many pathways are being mismanaged around the globe. Not only are homes and hospitals exposed to the prion pathogen, so are entire sewage treatment systems and their by-products. Wastewater treatment plants are prion incubators and the sewage sludge and wastewater pumped out spread the disease. People in some cities are actually drinking this wastewater.

As a result of these factors and others, some foods increase your risk of contracting neurodegenerative disease. Some foods are the best medicine on earth to help prevent the disease and treat it.

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23 Responses to High-Risk Countries

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  2. herman van der blom says:

    I have the answer. Finland is the country with the most coffeedrinkers. Sugar will cause dementia. So if you take the percentages of coffee drinkers in the countries you will see those percentages match. Just assuming people take Sugar in coffee.

    • Kimberly Sias says:

      It is linked to lower cholesterol levels set by the cardiologist, big pharma and the way our food is grown. Not to mention, the lives we live today. The population is living longer but a large percentage is not living a quality life as they grow older. Generics are all made different, real solutions are not being used so they can make money off of us. Take a simple yeast like rash under the belly or breasts of a man or woman. This is a dark , warm, moist place. Perfect place for yeast. Yet, the drs prescribe creams that keep it wet. This works on some ppl, after a long treatment time. I have large breasts and every summer, when I work in my yard or garden ,this happens to me at least 5 times during 4 to 5 months. I bathe that day as usual and dry very well. By the end of the day, it can start to have a yeast smell. After drying, I place cornstarch on it. By morning, this has resolved. I had a male client that was being treated for a yeast around his scrotum and groin area. He had been using a prescribed cream for 4 months, no success, all it did was keep it from getting worse. I had been seeing him for 2 weeks. I suggested to the Dr to allow the client to place cornstarch over the cream to keep the area drier. The Dr laughed and said, OK, whatever. The client used this for a week and the redness and itching improved. In 5 weeks this was completely gone. The client continues to use the cornstarch at the first sign. It works. I think it would have resolved quicker without the cream but I’m just a nurse and am not supposed to be smart enough to tell a Dr what might work better. This client was bed bound and depended on someone to bathe him at their convenience. I did convince the family also that an OTC cleansing cloth would be helpful in keeping these episodes at a minimum. Ppl don’t understand how scary it is for the elderly to bathe. They have pain, they get cold easily, the get sob just undressing, they get dizzy just changing positions d/t disease process or medications, which are usually the culprit. Drs want heart patients to have low blood pressures and low heart rates to keep the heart muscle from working too hard. But alot of ppl cannot tolerate these numbers. Diuretcs, medications that pace the heart, the list goes on and on, cause more problems for some ppl, than the medical problem. Thus, they do not bathe but maybe once a week, if that. They wear the same clothes for days because washing wears them out. Cooking a healthy meal wears them out.where is the help they really need to live a better quality of life. Anything they really need is cut with our government. Let me ask you this, why would glasses and hearing aids not be covered for our elderly? Think about what it would be like to try to take care of yourself if you cant see or hear well and can’t afford the outrageous price of hearing aids, which by the way, bottom line 2000 dollars. Try this trick, put cotton in your ears, smear some petroleum jelly thin acroos some goggles, have some friends come over and do the same, try to have an intelligent conversation and play cards. This will give you just a small insight into how important these two senses are and what your quality of life would really be like. Would you want to continue socializing?

      I have clients that every month have to choose between paying their bills, buying groceries or buying medicine. I had a client that received 499 dollars a month from SS. She was a cook in a school cafeteria all her life. She had no children and loved being around children. I caught her eating cat food one day, she said it had better nutrition than the cans of crap, like spam, potted meat or soups, they are all so high in sodium it’s ridiculous. I explained to her that anything pre packaged has a lot of salt to preserve it. Frozen dinners are an outrage, fresh fruits and vegetables are ridiculous. She received 24 dollars a month in food stamps. Yet a woman with 5 kids, refuses to get her tubes tied, has to have her hair and nails done every week, so she can keep a man on the side, was getting over 700 dollars a month. I had 8 children to feed and made everything from scratch, bought in bulk. My children were never hungry. They were clothed and had an education. Which I encouraged each one to continue after high school. My husband did not have an amazing job, we lived from paycheck to paycheck. We had a lot of love and used our imaginations with our children. My children have the fondest memories from their childhood. It is just really irritating to me that ppl work hard all their lives doing something they love to do and see nothing for it. Our system is so screwed up. It’s not right
      I went to nursing school when my baby turned 3. She went to headstart at 4 , then started kindergarten. My love of learning has inspired my children to always learn something new everyday. They were not in all these after school activities , they played outside, they made things, like an abacus, to learn another way to count, they painted old jars that were empty of pickles, jam and other things. They made birthday cards from construction paper and and good old fashioned crayons. I still have everyone of these.
      Anyway, I digresd. back to the original story.

      The elderly are guinea pigs for big pharma and drs. They are “practicing medicine” not every person is in the box. In fact you would surprised how many don’t fit in the box. All they have to show to the FDA is that it did help some ppl, but at what costs, well the FDA decides what is a reasonable cost to our lives, It doesn’t even have to be the majority of the ppl. I could type for weeks on this problem, if I thought it would make a difference. I just try to help one person at a time, help them realize they have options and second opinions.

      Ty,
      Just a nurse for 20 years.

      • Levi says:

        Thanks. That’s very sad to hear. Thank you for your comments. Do you have more to say on how to prevent dementia in elderly people. I’ve been listening to Caroline Leaf. I’m wondering if it’s also linked with a lack of learning/growing/active thinking.

      • Dolly says:

        Phenomenal breakdown of the topic, you should write for me too!

  3. herman van der blom says:

    Funny thing is I come From Holland and i know Holland is the sixth most coffee drinking country in the world and look at the list its on the 5th place.

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  14. Kimberly Sias says:

    It is linked to lower cholesterol levels set by the cardiologist, big pharma and the way our food is grown. Not to mention, the lives we live today. The population is living longer but a large percentage is not living a quality life as they grow older. Generics are all made different, real solutions are not being used so they can make money off of us. Take a simple yeast like rash under the belly or breasts of a man or woman. This is a dark , warm, moist place. Perfect place for yeast. Yet, the drs prescribe creams that keep it wet. This works on some ppl, after a long treatment time. I have large breasts and every summer, when I work in my yard or garden ,this happens to me at least 5 times during 4 to 5 months. I bathe that day as usual and dry very well. By the end of the day, it can start to have a yeast smell. After drying, I place cornstarch on it. By morning, this has resolved. I had a male client that was being treated for a yeast around his scrotum and groin area. He had been using a prescribed cream for 4 months, no success, all it did was keep it from getting worse. I had been seeing him for 2 weeks. I suggested to the Dr to allow the client to place cornstarch over the cream to keep the area drier. The Dr laughed and said, OK, whatever. The client used this for a week and the redness and itching improved. In 5 weeks this was completely gone. The client continues to use the cornstarch at the first sign. It works. I think it would have resolved quicker without the cream but I’m just a nurse and am not supposed to be smart enough to tell a Dr what might work better. This client was bed bound and depended on someone to bathe him at their convenience. I did convince the family also that an OTC cleansing cloth would be helpful in keeping these episodes at a minimum. Ppl don’t understand how scary it is for the elderly to bathe. The hurt, they get cold easily, the get sob just undressing, they get dizzy just changing positions d/t disease process or medications, which are usually the culprit. Drs want heart patients to have low blood pressures and low heart rates to keep the heart muscle from working too hard. But alot of ppl cannot tolerate these numbers. Diuretcs, medications that pace the heart, the list goes on and on, cause more problems for some ppl, than the medical problem. Thus, they do not bathe but maybe once a week, if that. They wear the same clothes for days because washing wears them out. Cooking a healthy meal wears them out. The elderly are guinea pigs for big pharma and drs. They are “practicing medicine” not every person is in the box. In fact you would surprised how many don’t fit in the box. All they have to show to the FDA is that it did help some ppl, but at what costs, well the FDA divided what is a reasonable cost to us. It doesn’t even have to be the majority of the ppl. I could type for weeks on this problem, if I thought it would make a difference. I just try to help one person at a time, realize they have options and second opinions.

    Ty,
    Just a nurse for 20 years.

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  17. C T says:

    And look at what US state has the most unexpectedly high Alzheimer rate: Washington State, home of Starbucks. I think there’s something to the coffee hypothesis. It probably has to do with chlorogenic acid inhibiting methylation and so contributing to phosphorylation problems which result in the tau protein tangles.

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  19. Aron Patel says:

    Thanks to Mrs. Kimberly Sias millions’ times. She has put things in very right perspective and precisely pointed out the root cause of the problems – our lifestyle, diet, medication, habits and lack of balanced interactions with people around us. For sure, we are highly educated people but not ‘the learned’ ones. First of all, we eat fast food that is a crap considering the nutritional values, ingredients are highly processed with various chemicals and on top of that have 5-6 different preservatives added. Our habits, eating in car, eating on desk or couch, eating from plastic containers, paper bags, Styrofoam boxes, Aluminum containers etc. are hygienic? One should visit factories and plants (specially overseas) where plastic containers are made, check how these containers, boxes, paper bags are stored and come in contact with various chemicals, hazardous industrial wastes, chemical fumes, dust and number of microbes. Intake of these microbes with too much sugar, soda, coffee, processed food, number of medications and other habits result in poison building in our gut. Once probiotics in the gut are destroyed, it really becomes ‘a gutter’ and that is the root cause of all our health problems. The technology is being abused greatly by getting addicted to smart phones, computers etc., slowly the mental health declines. Outwardly, it is more of a ‘projection’ of our personality and false pretense that we are taking good care of ourselves but reality is that our inner world also becomes trash of garbage like the gut. Hatred and anger make the large portion of this inner garbage. Once the gut and psychology hit the resonance in garbage department, the immune system fails causing psoriasis, number of skin problems, hypertension, in-efficient lung function, kidney issues, prostate cancer, dementia, diabetes, the list keeps growing. As Mrs. Kimberly mentioned, we just go on ‘existing’ more number of years without the overall quality of life. Personal and social interactions are extremely important for the excellent mental health to keep our immune system in balance thereby preventing auto-immune diseases. Being perfectly healthy is a reward that follows after we make right choices as a totally honest person with respect to whole world around us and quest for true learning.

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