Food that Helps Reduce Symptoms of Dementia

Dementia is described as various symptoms of human cognitive decline involving different underlying disorders that damage language, memory and thinking. Dementia is not a single disease but is a general medical term describing different symptoms affecting a person’s cognition and speech. It’s known that the risks of dementia increase with age, but is not a normal part of aging.

The disease is progressive or chronic in nature and has been estimated to affect about 36.5 million people around the world. It is also estimated that the number will double by the year 2030 and will triple by 2050.


What Are The Causes Of Dementia?

Dementia is caused by the death of brain cells and the neurodegenerative disease. It can also be caused by an injury to the head, a brain tumor or a stroke. Here are some causes on how it affects the brain and can lead to dementia:

Injury – a post-traumatic dementia can be directly related to brain cell death due to injury.

Vascular dementia – results from brain cell death caused by conditions like cerebrovascular disease such as stroke. This condition prevents normal blood circulation, which hinders the proper flow of oxygen to the brain.

Other reversible factors – some form of dementia can be treated by reversing the effects of medication interactions, depression, vitamin deficiency or other underlying causes.


Known Signs And Symptoms Of Dementia

According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, a person suffering from dementia may experience some of the following symptoms:

Memory loss – a person asks the same question repeatedly or forgetting he already asked a question is a sign.

Issues with communication – a person can have a language difficulty by forgetting simple words or may be using the wrong ones.

Having difficulty with familiar tasks – say a person started cooking something or starting a task and eventually forgets or leaves it… this is another possible indication of dementia.

Poor judgement – a person suffering from dementia might just leave the house or forget about a child for the day.

Misplacing things – putting things in the wrong places and forgetting about it is another sign.

Changes in personality – a person may become irritable, fearful, suspicious or most absent minded.


The Effects Of Krill Oil On Dementia

There have been many studies about the effectiveness of omega-3 fatty acids in maintaining overall good health. Omega-3 fatty acids help in maintaining a good heart, normal brain function and lower the risks of developing chronic diseases.

Omega- 3 fatty acids are also known to have anti-inflammatory properties that can help in lowering the risks of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease (most well-known disorder under dementia) and promotes normal cognitive function. One great source of omega-3 is krill oil. Krill oil contains high levels of omega-3 and the antioxidant astaxanthin. Astaxanthin is what gives lobsters, krill, shrimp and salmon their pink color.

Different studies found that people consuming omega-3 rich foods and supplements have less cognitive decline and reduced risks of dementia. A Japanese study also found that omega-3 and astaxanthin helps in reducing the compounds that are linked to dementia. The study involved thirty participants between the ages 50 to 69 years old.

The study group was assigned 6mg and 12mg of astaxanthin and 500mg of krill oil every day for 3 months. After 4 months, the study participants showed reduced levels of phospholipid hydroperoxides, a compound that’s linked to developing dementia. The compound levels went down as much as 40%-50% in 4 months. The research concluded that krill oil can be a good alternative in lowering the risks of developing dementia or alleviating the symptoms caused by dementia.


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In today’s toxic world, we absorb, inhale, and ingest chemicals and heavy metals on a daily basis. Bad bacteria and Candida ooze toxins as a part of their metabolism and as they die off. Bi-annual detoxes help to cleanse your body and remove these highly toxic substances, but what about the other 363 days out of the year when we accumulate toxins? With the following food, they can help to cleanse our body.

Chlorella and spirulina, two amazing superfoods, are actually pond scum that grow in fresh water. Chlorella is a round, single cell organism rich in chlorophyll that contains 20 vitamins and minerals and all of the essential amino acids. Spirulina is a spiral, multi-cell organism that is also rich in chlorophyll, and it contains 18 vitamins and minerals, 8 amino acids, and omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids. Both of these superfoods are high in protein and antioxidants. Both do a remarkable job of absorbing heavy metals and other toxins.

Garlic is rich in vitamin C, vitamin B6, and manganese. It’s active ingredient, a sulfur compound, allicin, provides the primary healing aspects of garlic. Garlic prevents or reduces the severity of viruses like the common cold and the flu, lowers blood pressure, lowers LDL cholesterol, and is an antioxidant. It is also antibacterial, antifungal, and antiparasitic. Amazingly enough, it also binds heavy metals and helps us to detox. It’s best effects come from eating 3 or more cloves each day. Always wait 10 minutes or so after cutting or crushing garlic to cook it or eat it raw to allow the allicin to form.

Cilantro binds to heavy metals, pulling them from blood and body tissues, and eliminates them from the body. It is a strong antioxidant known to help with sleep, to reduce anxiety, and to lower blood sugar. What we call cilantro is actually coriander–the same plant from which we harvest coriander seeds. It is also known as Chinese parsley.

Wheatgrass contains calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, B vitamins, vitamin A, and vitamin C. It is a powerful detoxifier that neutralizes toxins with enzymes and cleanses the body of heavy metals and other toxic substances stored in tissues and organs. Like spirulina and chlorella, it is a wonderful source of chlorophyll.


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Strive For An Ultra Healthy Gut

The noble Greek physician Hippocrates, instinctively knew the vital importance of gut health over 2,000 years ago when he stated, “All diseases begin in the GUT!”

Yet it’s only in the last twenty years that scientific research has uncovered the fact that a healthy gut is absolutely essential to total health and well-being. The intestinal flora interacts with and affects the brain and organ systems.

When the gut is out of balance and in poor health, it has a profound knock-on effect to our quality of life and the way we feel and look. Fortunately, there are a number of easy to follow tips to turn our lives around and make our guts healthy. This is very exciting news, as now that we know more about the private life of the gut, we can take simple measures to make sure that ours is in tip-top condition.

The Gut Flora and Gut Barrier

Medically speaking, the gut (a hollow tube that runs from the mouth all the way to the anus), is categorised as being outside the body. The intestinal lining accounts for the largest portion of the body’s immune system, and has a remarkably large surface area, which when stretched out, equates to the size of a football field.

Our gut health is reliant on two connected variables:

Gut flora – the flora contains a hundred trillion bacteria, some of which are beneficial and some of which are harmful.

Gut barrier – The gut barrier is the means by which nutrient molecules are absorbed into the body. It’s also is responsible for regulating our reaction and tolerance to the toxic compounds we ingest, and acts as a barrier to stop intestinal bacteria from being absorbed into the bloodstream.

Gut flora modulates metabolism, supports normal gastrointestinal function, and steps in to help protect the body from infection. In order to obtain optimum mental, physical and emotional health, there has to be a constant equilibrium of both good and bad bacteria. An unhealthy gut is responsible for a staggering array of devastating diseases including:

  • Obesity
  • Type 1 diabetes
  • Depression
  • Auto immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, chronic fatigue and autism.

When people suffer a leaky gut, it means that the intestinal barrier is perforated, and allows large molecules of protein to break through to the inside of the body and enter the bloodstream. If this happens, the body’s immune system regards them as invaders, and initiates an immune attack. The same factors that destroy gut flora can also produce a leaky gut. Bad gut flora and a leaky gut are intertwined, and digestive problems, some of which are not obvious, also start to manifest.

When adverse environmental and genetic factors are present, loss of intestinal barrier protection does not only cause a leaky gut, it also creates inflammation, and leaves us feeling tired, unable to think clearly, miserable and negative. They also contribute to the development of serious autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, heart failure, skin disorders such as psoriasis and eczema, asthma, allergies, celiac disease, metabolic complaints such as obesity, type 1 diabetes, and disorders of the skeletal system, liver, kidneys, pancreas and brain.

Tips to a Healthy Gut are as follows:

Implement a Few Positive Changes to Your Diet

Firstly, you should gradually introduce beneficial changes to your diet: minimize processed foods as well as food and drink which is loaded with sugar. Be sure to include wholesome plant-based foods such as fruit, vegetables and pulses which naturally contain fiber; use only health giving fats such as olive and coconut oil, and try out fermented products such as miso, yogurt, kefir, and sauerkraut, and fermentable fiber including yam, sweet potatoes and yucca. Eat plenty of foods rich pre-biotics (precursors to probiotics) such as ground flax seeds. Not only will these additions improve your gut health, they are also beneficial in a myriad of other ways, and are loaded with anti-oxidants to fight off aging.

Let Multi-Strain Probiotics do the Work

Take a top quality multi-strain probiotic which includes lactobacillis and bifidobacteria. This will gradually start to build up the good bacteria strains and fend off the bad ones; it will also boost healthy flora which will release acid to make the environment hostile towards dangerous microbes. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

Stop the Toxins

Eliminate all food toxins from your diet. Avoid wheat products as well as other grains which contain gluten. This is essential because they contain gliadin, a protein which elevates the production of another protein called zonulin, which has negative effects and induces a leaky gut.

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The Unseen Passengers: Are They Making You Sick?

The best way to describe parasites would be to term them as nasty little organisms that live inside humans. Parasites cannot produce food or energy and need a host body to survive.

The primary reason why parasites are very dangerous is they feed off human cells, tissues and toxic waste. When the parasite infection is acute, abdominal distress in varying degrees may be experienced by an individual. A parasitic infection will move from the acute to chronic stage. At this point apart from the diarrhea, constipation, intense burning, bloating of the abdomen, cramping and sudden urges to eliminate, become part of the symptoms.

There can be sudden food cravings, weight loss, irritable bowel syndrome, blood sugar fluctuations and mal-absorption of nutrients from foods consumed. The problem when untreated can continue to manifest itself through acute itching of the body; sleep disorders, skin sensitivity, anxiety and depression.

Parasites are a very real danger – they may be miniscule, but they have an appetite. To feed this appetite, they feed off you, robbing the body of essential nutrients. As the body fails to absorb nutrients, the immune system becomes weak, leaving it open to numerous diseases. Parasites can perforate the intestinal walls and allow toxins and waste matter to flow into the blood stream with very serious health consequences.

With Bioresonance Therapy, we are able to identify the existence of parasite strain in your body. To find out more, contact us at +65 6734 4468.

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We Are Hiring

The A.I.M. Therapy is all about helping everyone at their healthiest. We believe that everyone can enjoy a great quality of life, and can continue to do so by enjoying the benefits of Bioresonance Therapy and other services.

We welcome suitable candidate who can fulfil the following responsibilities and requirements to join us. Together we make a difference and help redefine healthcare worldwide.


Date: 1st Sept 2015

Position: Assistant Therapist


  • Perform good patient care and place patient’s health at your first priority
  • Assist therapists in performing basic Bioresonance Therapy
  • Perform general housekeeping of therapy rooms and equipment
  • Provide holistic health advice to patients
  • Continuous upgrade of knowledge on health related issue
  • Any other duties as assigned by the Operation & Training Manager and Centre Manager


  • Minimum Diploma in Diet & Nutrition / Health & Wellness / TCM / Nursing / Psychology or any health related fields
  • Demonstrates good communications and people engagement skills, preferably the use of local languages and dialects
  • High standards of patient care, honesty and integrity
  • Good observation and organization ability
  • Positive work attitude
  • Experience preferred otherwise training will be provided
  • 4 working days a week. Willing to work on Saturday. Off on Sundays and Public Holidays.
  • Able to start work immediately or within short notice will be an advantage

Interested candidates, please forward detailed RESUME with recent photo in MS Word format to: Kindly state your:

  • Current salary
  • Expected salary
  • Reasons for leaving (Past and present employment)
  • Notice period

We regret that only suitable candidates will be shortlisted.



Date: 11th August 2015

Position: Front Desk Executive (Position filled)


  • Attend to front desk, manage patients registration, appointments, walk-ins and phone calls
  • Manage cash, NETS and credit card payment and daily closing
  • Maintain good record and balance of office stationery, supplements and other inventory


  • Minimum GCE ‘O’ Level
  • Able to handle Chinese speaking patients
  • Proficient with MS Office application
  • High standards of patient care, honesty and integrity
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Cheerful and energetic
  • 4 working days a week. Willing to work on Saturday. Off on Sundays and Public Holidays.
  • Able to start work immediately or within short notice will be an advantage

Interested candidates, please forward detailed RESUME in MS Word format to: Kindly state your:

  • Current salary
  • Expected salary
  • Reasons for leaving (Past and present employment)
  • Notice period

We regret that only suitable candidates will be shortlisted.

Harmful effects of EM Radiation

In today’s society, it is impossible to go even a day without coming into contact with radio, microwave, cell phone, cordless phone, tablet, laptop computer, WiFi routers or Bluetooth-enabled equipment. We can see that most people rely on these technological tools for work, communicating with friends and family, school, and personal enjoyment. What most people don’t seem to realize, however, is that all of these electronic devices are known to emit waves of Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR). Even for those who are aware of this fact often ignore it. But once you know all of the adverse effects this type of radiation can have on your health, you simply can’t ignore it anymore!

In 2011, wireless radiation was classified as a potential carcinogenic by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), an agency of the World Health Organization (WHO). This was in response to studies that indicated a potential correlation between cell phone radiation and cancer. Several scientific studies suggest a link between radiation and cancer, especially for long term user of cell phones.

So how can EMR harm us? Basically it causes tissue damage by releasing electrons in the cells, called ionization. This is bad! Your body needs electrons to function properly. Possible damages from the low level radiation over time can cause digestive problems which can cause abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhea, it can alter and mutate DNA. Others may have constant headaches, disruptive sleep patterns, chronic fatigue, depressions, hypersensitivity, skin complaints and etc.

Denying the harmful effects of EMR won’t make you immune to them. Your best bet is to educate yourself and find ways to protect yourself. Check out our Radiation Reducer and know how it can helps you to eliminate your surrounding EMR today!

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Feeling bloated or indigestion after eating? Having rashes or itchy skin? Do not have any clue what are the causes? Do I have heavy metal in my body? How it enters my body? What harm does heavy metal cause?

Come and find out more about bioresonance therapy and how it works at The A.I.M. Therapy.

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Radioactive polonium in cigarette smoke

Cigarette smoke has been called many things – smelly, dangerous and cancer-causing for a start. But radioactive? Yes, that too. Tobacco smoke contains a radioactive chemical element called polonium-210. It’s the same substance that poisoned the Russian Alexander Litvinenko in London two years ago.

Now, a new study reported in the Independent and to be published in the American Journal of Public Health suggests that tobacco companies have known about the danger of polonium in cigarette smoke for over 40 years. Monique Muggli, who led the review, examined over 1,500 internal documents from tobacco companies. Most of these have never been published and were made available through legal action.

Muggli wrote, “Internal tobacco industry documents reveal that the companies suppressed publication of their own internal research to avoid heightening the public’s awareness of radioactivity in cigarettes.”

What happens when you inhale polonium?

Polonium-210 emits a type of radiation called alpha-radiation, which is very energetic and can seriously damage DNA. Thankfully, what alpha-radiation has in destructive ability, it lacks in penetrating power. Human skin is usually enough to stop it, but that’s of little consolation to people who inhale particles of polonium-210. That places the tissues of their lungs and airways in direct and close contact with these powerful sources of radiation.

Indeed, studies have detected polonium-210 in the airways of smokers, where they are concentrated in hot spots. They remain there because other chemicals in cigarette smoke damage the body’s cleaning systems, which would normally get rid of gunk in our airways.

As a result, polonium builds up and subjects nearby cells to higher doses of alpha-radiation. These localised build-ups lead to far greater and longer exposures to radiation than people would usually get from natural sources.

For example, one study found that a person smoking two packs a day is exposed to about 5 times as much polonium as a non-smoker but specific parts of their lungs could be exposed to hundreds of times more radiation. Another study estimated that smoking a pack-and-a-half every day exposes a smoker to a dose of radiation equivalent to 300 chest X-rays a year.

Do these doses lead to lung cancer? It’s hard to say, especially since the effects of polonium are only part of a wider range of damaging consequences caused by inhaling cigarette smoke. But animal studies certainly give us cause for concern.

Absorbed doses of radiation can be measured using units called rads, and experiments have shown that as little as 15 rads of polonium can induce lung cancers in mice. That’s only about a fifth of what a smoker would get if they averaged 2 packs a day for 25 years. Indeed, the lung tissues of smokers who have died of lung cancer have absorbed about 80-100 rads of radiation.

Where does polonium comes from?

Some tobacco plants are grown using fertilisers that contain a mineral called apatite. Apatite contains a radioactive element called radium, which can eventually decay into polonium-210.

But tobacco plants can also absorb radioactive elements directly from the air around them. These include both polonium, and other radioactive elements that eventually decay into it. Tobacco leaves are covered in sticky hairs, making them especially good at catching chemicals from the atmosphere around them. Studies in countries all over the world have found significant levels of polonium in local tobacco brands.

Is it possible to create a ‘safe’ cigarette by removing polonium? Simple answer – no. The newly retrieved documents reveal that the tobacco industry has tried in vain to remove the radioactive element by washing tobacco leaves, genetically modifying the plants or using filters. None of these methods appears to have worked, and indeed, an independent Polish study found that filters only absorb a very small amount of polonium-210.

Even if polonium could be removed, it would be a shallow victory, for the radioactive element is just one of at least 69 cancer-causing chemicals found in tobacco smoke. They are 69 very good reasons to never touch a cigarette again.


The Telegraph – Alternative health: What is naturopathy?

By 7:00AM GMT 07 Nov 2014

It is perhaps easier to list what the naturopath Katrin Hempel doesn’t offer her clients than what she does. Bioresonance and live blood analysis, acupuncture, biopuncture, infusion therapy, oxyvenation…”

In her native Germany, the 37-year-old tells me, it is normal for one individual to offer such a wide range of therapies, normal too that they should be used alongside conventional medical treatment.

“Germany has a long tradition of natural medicine, so it’s more common to find conventional doctors who have also studied natural medicine and use these modalities. Here we are at least 20 years behind.”

As diagnosis tools Hempel uses live blood analysis or a bioresonance machine. (“Every cell in the body puts out a certain electromagnetic frequency, that can be measured – a healthy stomach cell sounds different to a healthy brain cell – and the machine can put the right resonance back in, to trigger deep healing.”)

The most common problems she sees are related to the digestive and nervous systems: “These are the two fundamental imbalances in the civilised world.” Their cause? “Stress, mental and emotional – it has such a big impact on every cell in the body.”

Aside from nutritional therapy, acupuncture and biopuncture (in which the needles contain homeopathic injectibles), she uses infusion therapy (“if your digestion isn’t working properly there is a malabsorption of nutrients”).

She says her work is about prevention as much as problem-solving: “Bioresonance can pick up a condition before it manifests as a disease,” she claims.

What is it?

Hempel draws on a variety of different “modalities”. For diagnosis she uses live blood analysis (“in a normal blood test you have to add preservatives, which changes the chemistry”).

She also has a bioresonance machine, based on the so-called EAV machine developed by a German doctor, Reinhold Voll, in the 1950s. “Bioresonance measures the electromagnetic output of every cell in the body,” she claims. “If there’s any discrepancy with the healthy frequency for that kind of cell that gives a diagnosis.”

What is it good for?

The majority of Hempel’s clients have issues that stem from imbalances in the digestive and/or nervous system. “I look to address the cause, not just eradicate the symptoms. If you simply suppress symptoms on a superficial level then you can drive an imbalance deeper into the body.”

She often treats chronic conditions that have proved resistant to other approaches. “Whatever the problem, at root it will be an imbalance in the cells.”

How does it work?

Hempel claims to use bioresonance to put healthy electromagnetic frequencies back into the cells. “I also always address the diet, then I look at supplements and infusion therapy, which gives a quick boost. Chronic deficiencies in B12, zinc and vitamin C are common.”

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