1. Don’t wait on Big Pharma for an Alzheimer’s cure—do THIS right now!

    If only there was a pill that could REVERSE Alzheimer's...

    Something that required almost no effort on your part. 

    Big Pharma would be driving cash to the bank in semi-trucks.

    But there's no such pill. 

    No matter how hard they try, drug companies just can't seem to crack the code.

    And now, researchers may have just discovered why even the most promising AD drugs fail.

    I’ll break it down for you today—and I’ll show you why you DON’T NEED to depend on a mainstream miracle to stop Alzheimer’s. 

    You can take matters into your own hands, RIGHT NOW, with my three BRAIN-SAVING steps…

    Why mainstream’s AD drugs are DOOMED from the START

    Big Pharma has been losing BILLIONS of dollars trying to find a cure for Alzheimer's. 

    Earlier this year, though, they finally thought they'd found it…

    In animal trials, the drug worked perfectly. Their brains returned to normal, and memories along with it.

    Once it got to human trials, though, the balloon POPPED. 

    The drug that showed so much promise failed miserably -- so much so they shut down the trial before it completed.

    Researchers at the University of Buffalo believe it has everything to do with your genes. 

    When digging into the genotypes of people with Alzheimer's, they found 75 PERCENT of people have a gene that make all these promising drugs fail.

    In other words—these drugs are DOOMED from the start!

    So instead of waiting around for some miracle cure, it’s time to take your brain health into your OWN HANDS…

    3 steps to STOP Alzheimer's disease in its tracks

    While Big Pharma can't figure out how to stop Alzheimer's, you can take action on the areas that are KNOWN to cause the disease...

    No. 1: Get on the Paleo Diet

    Processed foods and sugars make for a SLOW BRAIN. Not to mention, too much sugar can lead to diabetes… which can lead to Alzheimer's.

    But by adopting the diet your ancestors ate, you'll be able to put a muzzle on your Alzheimer’s risk…and slash your risk for a laundry list of other terrible conditions! 

    The diet itself is pretty simple. You eat only the foods your ancestors ate. So the boxes full of chemistry set foods should be REMOVED from your diet! The same goes for simple carbs like rice, bread, and pasta that shoot your blood sugar levels into the sky.

    Focus on eating plenty of lean meat, vegetables, seeds, nuts, healthy oils, and fruit. 

    No. 2: Have fun with friends

    Study after study has confirmed the more you use your brain, the less likely you are to lose it. 

    Now, that can be anything from Sudoku to crossword puzzles to cross-stitch. 

    What's important is that you're USING your brain… and not doing an unengaged activity like watching TV.

    Studies also show that spending times with friends can increase your happiness and help prevent memory decline. So having a game night every week is one of the easiest ways to ditch Alzheimer's.

    No. 3: Spice it up with curcumin

    Curcumin is the active component of the Indian spice, turmeric.

    One study showed 18 months of taking curcumin can make all the difference... 

    Not only were their brains cleaner, participants also performed 28 percent BETTER on a memory test. 

    You don't have to take much either… 

    Participants only took 90 mg of curcumin every day—which you can find almost anywhere for pennies a day.

    Just be sure your curcumin supplement also contains piperine, or black pepper extract, to ensure you're getting the most out of it!

  2. Beware THIS Alzheimer’s red flag

    The news is already bad enough.

    You were rushed to the hospital... 

    You went through surgery with your family panicking in the waiting room.

    Thankfully, surgery goes well and you're fine.

    But after a heart attack, that doesn’t mean it’s over…

    Because research shows a cardiovascular event is a glaring RED FLAG your brain is also at risk!

    You need this information NOW... before it's too late.

    The connection between your heart and brain

    Your heart and brain are connected... and if your heart has a problem, your brain soon follows.

    In a recent study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, researchers noted this undeniable connection:

    • They saw that once you've had a heart attack, your verbal memory drops like a heavy stone through water. 
    • Your perception of time goes along with it.

    The authors weren't able to tell if it was solely the heart attack that had any effect on memory, or if medications also had any impact. 

    But it’s crystal clear that if you have a heart attack, your risk for memory problems and Alzheimer’s SKYROCKETS.

    Now, if you've already had a heart attack, that doesn't mean you're doomed to lose your memory.

    Because there are steps you can take that can SAVE your brain from these effects. 

    In fact, even if you HAVEN’T had a heart attack, these steps can help protect your memory well into your golden years:

    1. Exercise. The easiest thing you can start doing is exercise. Walking is a great, low-impact way to get started, especially after a cardiovascular event. A daily 30-minute stroll has been proven to have great heart benefits. By getting your heart pumping, it’ll keep blood flowing to your brain.  

    In addition to making your heart stronger and dropping your dementia risk, it'll SLASH your risk of type 2 diabetes. 

    1. Diet. I can’t stress the benefits of the Paleo diet enough. Our ancestors didn't know they were eating to protect their heart and mind, but that's exactly what they were doing. 

    Ditch ALL processed foods, decrease your sugar intake, and focus on eating plenty of heart-healthy vegetables and fruit. Doing this will not only protect your heart and mind, it’ll also drop your risk of a number of other age-related conditions. 

    1. Resveratrol. A leading cause of heart attacks is stiff arteries. But there's a supplement that can make them flexible as a whip and unclog arteries to allow your blood to flow freely. It's called resveratrol.

    In one study, 300 mg of resveratrol reduced arterial stiffness by nine percent... in JUST TWO WEEKS. It can also help protect against cognitive decline. 

    Available for only pennies a day, resveratrol is the smart supplement to support the heart-brain connection.

  3. Why your RA drug is worthless (REAL solution inside!)

    New research reveals the TRUTH about your RA drug...and why you might want to go elsewhere for relief. Try this REAL solution instead...
  4. A “delicious” PROTECTION against Alzheimer's

    A natural dietary flavonoid found in certain fruits and vegetables has been PROVEN to improve your memory. It’ll even provide protection against Alzheimer's!
  5. No. 1 killer getting even deadlier (How to PROTECT yourself!)

    The deaths brought about the no. 1 killer in the United States just keep climbing -- and it has everything to do with these two areas of your health…
  6. The “killer number” behind Alzheimer's

    Alzheimer’s disease onset has just been connected to a new metric—a “killer number”that, according to mainstream, can be solved by Big Pharma. But there’s a much better way...
  7. Seniors: REVERSE diabetes at ANY age

    It might seem impossible, but you CAN reverse diabetes—regardless of your age. And doing so absolutely will extend your life. Here’s the key…
  8. The 2 easiest steps to AVOID a heart attack

    You might think the heart is where you should start to avoid a heart attack, but it's not. You need to start right here instead—and it couldn’t be easier…
  9. Is rheumatoid arthritis behind your bedroom troubles?!

    Even though rheumatoid arthritis (RA) seems unrelated, it actually might be the cause of your trouble in the bedroom. Find out if you’re at risk—and see the solution…
  10. How to  STOP memory loss during chemo

    Memory loss during chemo is one of the treatment’s lesser-known evils, yet it’s one of the WORST side effects. Here’s how you can FIGHT BACK...

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