At Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

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Want to Find out if Cinnamon may Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease?

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CliniCrowd is a global community for Alzheimer’s patients and those at-risk to share their experiences, treatments, and insights. The goal of the site is to provide you with science-based, safe solutions to help you manage your disease.

By joining CliniCrowd, you can easily track your disease progress and make educated decisions about which treatments work best for you. The wisdom of the crowd will be used to test whether treatments are effective enough to achieve desired outcomes while allowing you to compare your status with your community members.

HOW TO JOIN THE ALZHEIMER’S PREVENTION REGISTRY

Sign in to CliniCrowd website
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Fill out the Alzheimer’s Prevention Initial Registry
Main menu >> Registries or click here (once you are logged in)
Get relevant information about Cinnamon
Once you submit the registry, you will be directed to a page with detailed information such as; where to purchase, recommended dosage according to research, usage, side affects
and more
Fill out the Alzheimer’s Prevention Follow Up Registry on a quarterly basis
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CliniCrowd Alzheimer’s Prevention registry is driven by pre-clinical studies conducted by several researchers, leading among them by Professor Ovadia at Tel Aviv University in Israel. See publication.

Alzheimer’s disease has no known cure, but its symptoms can be treated in various ways that can increase the quality of life in patients.

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) pathology is characterized by an accumulation of soluble oligomeric assemblies of a protein called amyloid-beta (Aβ) around brain cells. It is assumed that the main damage arises from the plaque deposits of Amyloid-beta fibrils as soluble oligomeric assemblies. This protein was shown to be correlated with impaired cognitive function.
Another protein was found in the brain cells, called tau, which is also linked to memory loss and other deficits found in Alzheimer’s patients.

Cinnamon has many described health benefits. Among them are improvement of Alzheimer’s symptoms and or along with antioxidant, anticholesterol, antidiabetes, and antibacterial properties.

Cinnamon was found by the FDA to be generally recognized as safe (GRAS) food additive, see link to FDA site.

In pre-clinical studies, cinnamon markedly inhibited the formation of toxic amyloid- beta (Aβ) oligomers, which is the protein found in the brain of Alzheimer’s patients.

Furthermore, oral administration of cinnamon extract given to animals with Alzheimer’s led to marked decrease in amyloid-beta in their brain, reduction of plaques and improvement in cognitive behavior. See publication.

An aqueous extract of cinnamon was found to inhibit tau aggregation and filament formation See publication, 

Both Aβ and TAU are hallmarks of the Alzheimer’s disease.

 

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The International Community of At-Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease has the right to know!

CliniCrowd is the first platform for free, large-scale testing, registration and validation of science-based and considered safe-to-consume Nutriments.

We’d like to invite you to join the Crowd to see if you, can benefit from cinnamon.

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