A new study led by researchers from the University of Copenhagen reveals a potential link between rosacea - a common skin disorder - and neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer's disease.

Using data from more than 5 million Danish citizens, the team discovered that patients with rosacea had a 7 percent increased risk of dementia and 25 percent increased risk of Alzheimer's disease compared to those without rosacea.

The researchers are not able to understand a reasoning behind this connection at this point, but from my clinical experience I feel it has something to do with toxicity.  Today we are exposed to more chemicals than all of history and our rates of autoimmune disease and cancer are increasing like never before.  The very chemicals that cause the auto-immune conditions and increased cancer rates have been shown to deplete anti-oxidants in the liver.  Excess oxidation is one of the causes of Alzheimer's disease.

How to prevent both? Avoid chemicals and pull them out of the body!  Nature's Detox teaches us to utilizing specific foods and fasting to help eliminate these toxins.   Step by step on how to do this yourself coming this December!