Does Sugar Cause Alzheimer’s and Multiple Sclerosis?

Does sugar cause Alzheimer’s and multiple sclerosis?

People always ask me why I say autism, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, and diabetic neuropathy are the same disease.

You’d understand my thinking if you’d studied these diseases under a microscope, as I have, at the Mayo Clinic.

A lot of it boils down to epigenetics.

The science of epigenetics covers changes that occur in an organism due to a modification of gene expression rather than a change in the actual genetic code.

Everyone’s genome is unique to them. Without epigenetics, we’d all be precisely the same.

However, with epigenetics, one person might develop gallbladder disease while another develops multiple sclerosis.

Or autism.

Or whatever.

We call these diseases different names, but they always arise from the same thing.

Each disease is caused by inflammation of the nerves.

And inflammation of the nerves is caused by sugar.

Sugar is the root cause of disease.

Here’s an analogy I like to use.

Think of automobile accidents.

They may occur at different intersections, at other times, with various people driving the cars.

But they’re still automobile accidents.

That’s why you must cut all unnecessary sugar from your diet.

And do it fast.

Your life may depend on it.

My name is Dr. Richard Jacoby.

If you’re suffering now from a chronic illness you can’t seem to beat, I hope that you’ll give me a call.

I’d love nothing more than to review your medical history with you and find out how we can make you healthy again.