By Howard Friel,Sally A. Frautschy
A Paradigm Shift to avoid and deal with Alzheimer’s ailment: From Monotargeting prescribed drugs to Pleiotropic Plant Polyphenols is the 1st publication to systematically express the robust pleiotropic pharmacological results on Alzheimer’s illness of plant-based compounds from old meals that people were eating adequately with significant health and wellbeing advantages for hundreds of thousands of years.
These plant-based compounds contain curcuminoids from turmeric, resveratrol from purple wine and grape seed extract from different grape items, epigallocatechin-gallate (EGCG) from eco-friendly tea, and oleocanthal and oleuropein from olive oil, as well as a different extract, EGb 761, from the leaves of Ginkgo biloba, the oldest residing species of tree on the earth.
This booklet additionally offers a brand new analytical framework that convincingly favors a multi-targeting ("pleiotropic") method of the prevention and remedy of advanced continual ailments, unlike the mono-targeting of the pharmaceutical version.
A Paradigm Shift to avoid and deal with Alzheimer’s affliction is a distinct and fascinating source for pharmaceutical scientists, pharmacologists, neurologists, common practitioners, examine scientists in numerous clinical and lifestyles sciences, healthcare execs in scientific and govt positions, traditional clinical colleges, colleges of naturopathic drugs, healthcare and scientific newshounds, executives in either nationwide public healthcare structures and personal insurers, and educated normal readers.
- Presents rigorously compiled proof aiding the necessity to shift from pharmaceutical-based mono-targeting to plant polyphenol-based pleiotropic concentrating on for the prevention and therapy of Alzheimer’s disease
- Includes helpful tables that combination pleiotropic pharmacological results of the plant polyphenols on Alzheimer’s disease-related pathogenic hallmarks
- Highlights regulatory points and discusses the demanding situations and power suggestions with recognize to bioavailability of yes plant polyphenols
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A Paradigm Shift to Prevent and Treat Alzheimer's Disease: From Monotargeting Pharmaceuticals to Pleiotropic Plant Polyphenols by Howard Friel,Sally A. Frautschy