Here's one just in from the Water Is Wet Department: If you have memory loss -- and if your memory keeps getting worse -- you're more likely to get Alzheimer's disease.
Someone actually did a study on this, but I suspect there's more here than meets the eye.
After all, EVERY senior loses a little mental speed… and EVERY senior suffers the occasional brain burp. This is different from the real memory loss that will increase your risk of dementia, but that's a distinction this study fails to make or even mention.
Naturally, all seniors who read about it will probably think they're at risk.
So what's really going on here? Let me take a stab at it: This study was funded by the Alzheimer's Association, which you may know better as one of those charities always sending you return address labels as they beg for money to help "find a cure."
Don't send them a penny!
This group climbed into bed with Big Pharma ages ago and never got back out. Today, they're actively suppressing REAL cures while pushing the drug industry's agenda.
And this nonsensical study fits that agenda perfectly.
Just about every Alzheimer's drug in development has crashed and burned so spectacularly the industry is now shifting it's game to "primary prevention," or, in other words, a wonder drug that can prevent the disease rather than cure it.
I've even heard rumors of a dementia vaccine that's supposedly in the works.
The goal of course isn't to prevent Alzheimer's. It's to get as many people to take the drug as possible, including the millions who would never, ever develop the disease anyway.
And if you've got millions of seniors terrified that they're at risk -- even if they're not – there will be lines out the door the day these meds go on the market.
Don't join that line; there are ways to help prevent Alzheimer's right now, and you won't hear about a single one of them from the Alzheimer's Association.
This group even has an entire page on its website devoted to trashing natural therapies, calling CoQ10 and fish oil "unproven," while also claiming -- I kid you not -- that getting a flu shot might prevent Alzheimer's disease.
That's not science. That's quackery.
You don't need a drug to drive down dementia risk. Plain old B vitamins will do the trick, and you can read more in this free report from my Daily Dose archives.