posted on Aug, 31 2012 @ 10:57 PM
reply to post by daskakik
Fascinating stuff, thanks for bringing onboard
Perhaps increasing the activity of the glymphatic system might help prevent amyloid deposition from building up or could offer a new way to clean
out buildups of the material
Or both? I like this, a new approach to brain health and ailments. I wonder if there is something in nature that could serve to increase glymphatic
activity. Would the activity increase by being stimulated, or strengthened? Perhaps there a physical exercise that could increase it? Wouldn't
that be nifty.
I wonder if a CSF boost would increase activity? Or would that be like adding more anti-freeze in a full radiator, useless past overfill? The
article seems to indicate it is the increase in pressure and flow.
You are right though, there are many factors such as age, genetics, diet, health and environment that come into play, and actively reducing one's
exposure is not a bad idea to try and sway the odds a bit.
I think an inclusion of aluminum in food labels would be appropriate, but it would open the industry(s) to liability issues and so I doubt they would
have a concerted effort to label. I suppose it could be considered a personal responsibility for ourselves, to keep the temple optimum and take care
of our own bodies by monitoring exposure and ingestion. Staying healthy as possible for our families are also beneficial, we don't want our kids to
have to endure cognitive afflictions, especially if there was a chance we could have avoided it.
I just got alarmed at the proportions found in the OP article, being 3 times the amount of aluminum release when heated, and specifically foil,
because personally, I have used a whole lotta heated foil in my day.