Ketone supplementation show moderate improvement in Alzheimers disease

A recent article published in the Journal of Neurochemistry (2015) has shown that moderate improvements in Alzheimers Disease can be achieved through raising circulatory Ketones. It has been suggested that this counteracts the effect of impaired neuronal glucose metabolism. One reason for the impaired glucose metabolism may be early destruction of the noradrenergic brain stem nucleus, locus coeruleus, which stimulates glucose metabolism, at least in astrocytes. KETOACTIVEEenergy has been designed to raise circulatory Ketone levels.

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