Human photosynthesis: A turning point in the understanding and treatment of alzheimer's disease

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More than 100 years have passed by since the first description of AD by Alois Alzheimer; however the patients, presently; are dying in the same way in spite the technological advance. Our finding of the previously unknown capacity of the melanin's human body to split and reform the water molecule, appointed as human photosynthesis by its analogies with photosynthesis in plants; constitutes a disruptive advance in the knowledge because means that glucose is not a source of energy, instead it is a biomass source only. If really glucose were a source of energy, then diabetic patients should be able to fly. It is out of discussion that glucose is the ideal building block; our body even makes nucleic acids with it. But energy, (anything that makes a change) is astonishingly taken from water. AD is an energy problem, not a biomass trouble. In this speech we are presenting the concept, the basis and the amazing therapeutic results in Alzheimer's disease that the medical enhancement of Human Photosynthesis can give. Therefore the role of the CSF must be rethought due that water is so far the main source of energy of the CNS and the cerebral sulcus the best way to keep a close contact between neurons and water, therefore to the neuron cell water constitutes a source of energy that is easily affordable through the subarachnoid space and the ventricles. From now in ahead, the sacred role of glucose as source of energy is broken into small pieces. Human photosynthesis is a turning point in the understanding and treatment of the plague of the XXI century, the Alzheimer's Disease.

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Herrera, A. S., Leszek, J., del Carmen Arias Esparza, M., Solis-Arias, R. I., Solis-Arias, P. E., & Solis-Arias, M. P. (2013). Human photosynthesis: A turning point in the understanding and treatment of alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Bioanalysis and Biomedicine. https://doi.org/10.4172/1948-593x.1000079

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