A single cause of Alzheimer's disease has yet to be determined.

And a cure is still waiting to be found.

But despite all the unknowns, one thing is becoming more and more clear:

The best way to avoid Alzheimer’s is to make sure your health is on point.

For those who’ve been following along, you know that means combatting the following Alzheimer’s-linked culprits:

  • Inflammation;
  • Plaque and beta amyloids in the brain;
  • Cognitive decline;
  • Diabetes and obesity; and
  • Certain toxins.

Now, research shows ANOTHER RISK to add to the pile…

But much like the list above, there’s a natural solution—and I’m going to show it to you today.

Beware of the newest Alzheimer’s link

In this latest study, researchers investigated over two thousand people with elevated LDL (bad) cholesterol levels.

And what they saw was nothing but shocking…

Over 30 percent – a whopping 650 folks—exhibited early-onset Alzheimer's!

Now, to Big Pharma, that sounds like one thing: CHA CHING!

Its solution to high cholesterol is to prescribe statins, of the most commonly prescribed drugs…and one of the industry’s biggest cash cows.

Of course, the finding gives Big Pharma another excuse to try and peddle these medications, which cause a litany of COMMON side effects including:

“Serious” risks include:

  • • Myositis, or muscle damage
  • • Severe inflammation
  • • Severe weakness
  • • Kidney failure
  • • And even death.

Are those risks you’re willing to take just to lower your risk of Alzheimer’s?!

No thank you!

Especially not when there is a SAFE, natural alternative…

Do THIS instead of taking a statin

Astaxanthin, a substance right out of Mother Nature that gives fish its pinkish color, is one of the most powerful antioxidants known to man.

If your LDL cholesterol is oxidized—the true danger behind heightened cholesterol—astaxanthin can help quench the oxidizing free radicals.

Plus, it can also help KNOCK OUT inflammation and cardiovascular disease, two of the other conditions that have been linked to your risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease.

Just be aware that most astaxanthin is grown outside in pools of water. Low quality control can result in these pools being contaminated with run-off.

So when you’re buying an astaxanthin supplement, make sure it's free or low in heavy metals, pesticides and herbicides.