Does Anyone Really Know ANYTHING About Alzheimer’s?

This special report gets to the heart of what you really need to know:

  • Prevention Secrets They Don’t Talk About…

  • Simple Steps to Help Reverse Alzheimer’s Effects

  • Where to Turn for the Information You Need

Dear Friend,

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There isn’t much scarier than a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.

And everyone seems to have a different opinion on where we are in the fight:

Mainstream medicine tells us they don’t know much about the cause… there isn’t much you can do to prevent it… and the diagnosis is a sentence of a slow, fading death.

That’s what I faced with my family about 15 years ago when my Dad was diagnosed. It was a death sentence… and the best we could hope to do was slow it a down a bit.

I wish I’d known then what I know now.

In spite of what you’ve been told, there’s a lot you can do to stop Alzheimer’s in its tracks.

Simple steps that can cut your risk of ever getting Alzheimer’s… and ways to slow – or even reverse – its progression.

You see, Alzheimer’s isn’t inevitable.

Studies suggest it may be preventable. And there are steps you can take to whittle your risk down to almost nothing. Even if you’ve already been diagnosed, there’s a good chance you can slow – or even reverse – this disease’s horrible effects.

In the next few minutes, I’ll reveal secrets that could save you or your loved ones from the fate my Dad suffered.

And these secrets won’t cost your life’s savings.  They’re simple and proven by solid science.

Hang on, because you’re about to uncover the Big Lie about Alzheimer’s disease.

Nobody Is Destined to Suffer With Alzheimer’s

About 11% of older adults in the U.S. suffer with AD. So your overall risk is about 1 in 10. That may sound high. But that’s because you’ve probably never heard of the secrets of defeating Alzheimer’s.

For example, look at the major risk factors…

According to scientists at Cambridge University, seven lifestyle factors raise your risk. And you can control every one of them!

In other words, you get to decide just how high your risk of AD will be.

If you’ve never smoked, your risk drops. If you smoke now, stop smoking. Your risk will drop, too.

Are you overweight? Lose some weight and your risk goes down.

Maybe you’re a couch potato. Get up and start moving. If you do, your risk will plummet.

See how easy that was? Why isn’t mainstream medicine shouting this from the rooftops? Imagine how many lives they could save!

Then there’s your DNA.

There is a hereditary factor to AD. But it’s much rarer than you may think. In spite of what the mainstream may tell you, most people don’t have a hereditary risk factor. And even if you do, it’s no guarantee you’ll get Alzheimer’s.

Work on those seven lifestyle factors, and you’ll still cut your risk. Even if you’re one of the relatively few with the genetic factor.

That’s probably a lot different from the message you’ve gotten from the mainstream.

I hate to say this, but…

Alzheimer’s Has Become a Cash Cow for Mainstream Medicine… And They’re Milking It for All It’s Worth

Here’s a shocker: In 2014, researchers estimated at least one-third of Alzheimer’s cases are preventable. Just by focusing on those seven lifestyle factors.

A full 33% of Alzheimer’s cases could be prevented. With simple changes like eating more salads… walking up stairs… or dropping a few pounds.

But you don’t hear this much, do you? Maybe that’s because Alzheimer’s care is fast becoming an industry – just like the Cancer Industry. Think about it…

  • Long-term care facilities specializing in dementia are popping up all over the country
  • Big Pharma makes a fortune selling drugs that don’t cure Alzheimer’s… they just ease the symptoms (and only for some patients)
  • Drug companies cash in on the use of “off-label” drugs. These drugs aren’t approved for AD, but doctors prescribe them anyway

Then there’s adult day-care, in-home nursing care, and all the other add-ons that have turned Alzheimer’s disease into a big business.

Let’s take a quick look at those off-label drugs as an example.

14 Million Pills That May Not Help At All

According to a CNN investigation, Neudexta is the hot new pill in long-term care facilities. Between 2012 and 2016, prescriptions rose four-fold. In 2016, 14 million of these pills flooded into long-term care facilities.

14 million pills approved for just one use. And that one use is a condition called “pseudobulbar affect” – PBA. It’s uncontrollable laughing or crying. And it affects less than 1% of Americans. Mostly people with muscular dystrophy or Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS).

So why are doctors giving these pills out like candy? To calm Alzheimer’s patients. Even though there isn’t a shred of evidence Neudexta works in Alzheimer’s.

According to CNN, state regulators have caught doctors using a false PBA diagnosis as an excuse to prescribe this pill.

Neudexta’s sales hit $300 million in 2016. And half of that was for patients in long-term care. Which means at least $150 million probably came out of your pocket. Because most of these residents are on Medicare.

And won’t be helped by taking this drug.

In fact, it may be doing more harm than good. One study found Alzheimer’s patients taking Neudexta fell more than twice as often as similar patients not taking the drug. And that study came from the drug’s maker, Avanir!

Sadly, Neudexta isn’t an isolated case. Doctors often prescribe antipsychotic drugs to make Alzheimer’s patients “more manageable.” In spite of these prescriptions being “off label” – unproven, unapproved, and sometimes downright dangerous.

Experts at the University of Michigan point out that non-drug interventions are far more effective. And don’t have any of the negative side effects of drugs.

Yet a full third of dementia patients in long-term care in 2012 were taking anti-psychotic drugs.

If that isn’t Big Business, I don’t know what is.

Wouldn’t it be better to avoid the problem altogether? Chances are, you can.

You Could Avoid Alzheimer’s… Even if You Have “Bad Genes”

Let’s just say you’re one of the unlucky few – perhaps as low as 14% – who have the gene that raises your risk of Alzheimer’s.

Your risk is even higher if you also have the oral herpes virus. And millions do.

But don’t panic! Repeated herpes outbreaks – cold sores – are linked to the higher risk. If you could cut down on outbreaks, you also lower your risk.

And you can cut the number of outbreaks you suffer. The answer is an inexpensive supplement that’s widely available.

Cold sores are caused by activations of the HSV1 form of the herpes virus. And studies show this supplement could cut your risk of an outbreak by 240%.

That’s right: 240%. In other words, you could cut your risk down to the “barely there” level. With a cheap supplement.

Here’s the point: Whatever your risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease, there are simple steps you can take to lower that risk.

There is no such thing as “destined to suffer with Alzheimer’s.” And that’s the premise of AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S: What you need to know to reduce your risk  – the first and only book devoted to giving you the whole story on Alzheimer’s risk and relief.

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Alzheimer’s Defenses Most Doctors Don’t Mention

I’m not going to slander your family doctor here. Chances are he or she is genuinely concerned with giving you the best care they can.

But developing and distributing the latest medical information is expensive.

That’s why the drug industry controls most of the continuing education your doctor gets. And they aren’t going to focus on cheap, natural ways to solve health problems. It’s bad for their bottom line.

So – for example – your doctor may not get the whole story on the link between type II diabetes and Alzheimer’s.

That’s right. Studies link diabetes to Alzheimer’s disease.

Which means your food choices could have a major impact on your risk. Swap that second serving of potatoes for a serving of salad, and you might hold on to your memories a bit longer.

Do it every day, and you may have sharp, clear memories for the rest of your life.

Animal studies showed up to 40% greater Alzheimer’s plaque formation in the brains of subjects with frequent spikes in blood sugar.

You know what prevents these spikes? A low-carb diet.

When you cut down on complex carbs – especially processed carbs – you also cut down on blood sugar spikes.

Eating a low-carb diet also improves body composition, promotes healthy cholesterol levels, and lowers levels of other blood fats.

Imagine making just a few simple tweaks to your eating habits and slashing your risk of Alzheimer’s disease. While you’re at it, you’ll also build a leaner, sexier body.

If cutting your Alzheimer’s risk is so easy, why don’t more doctors talk about it? Probably because Big Pharma – and the growing Alzheimer’s Industry – doesn’t want you or your doctor to know.

That’s why I wrote AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S.

You’re being held prisoner to an industry that stands to lose a ton of money if you learn these simple secrets. Secrets they can’t patent or harness in any way.

You can slash your risk of Alzheimer’s disease with the simple steps I reveal in AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S. And that threatens the luxurious lifestyle of Big Pharma’s bosses.

So I fully expect AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S to come under attack. After all, AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S threatens the bottom line of plenty of fatcats profiting off your misery.

That’s why it’s so important to get this information out now, while I still can. While it’s still available.

Before Big Pharma starts pulling strings.

Before “the powers that be” come down on us hard.

Because they don’t want you to know the simple changes that can slash your risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Steps like this one…

The #1 Simplest Defense Against Alzheimer’s

Drug companies hate independent studies. Because they often reveal insanely simple ways to defeat disease.

And that may be exactly what a 2016 UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) study has done for Alzheimer’s.

If you didn’t hear about this study, don’t be surprised. Because the mainstream probably didn’t want you to. Why?

Because it reveals three simple ways to cut your risk of Alzheimer’s. And not one of those ways offers drug companies a cash cow.

In fact, the UCLA team found defending against Alzheimer’s may be far easier than the mainstream has let on.

They identified three easy steps to defend against Alzheimer’s. They’re simple, cheap, and easy to put into practice. In less than 24 hours, you could be lowering your risk of Alzheimer’s… without spending a penny.

One of those steps? Move. That’s right… get moving, and your risk of Alzheimer’s drops significantly.

Shut off your TV and take a walk. Climb the stairs instead of the elevator. Play catch with your kids or grandkids. Anything that gets you moving lowers your risk of AD. The more you move, the lower your risk.

AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S reveals the details of this study… and how you can make it work for you.

Plus, you’ll learn how to maximize the benefits of these Alzheimer’s-busting secrets.

All for less than a month’s worth of those shady pills that don’t do anything at all.

But first, here’s a bonus I think you’ll love…

Learn New Skills… Crush Alzheimer’s Risk

Imagine if fulfilling long-time wishes could build your Alzheimer’s defenses.

Well… it can.

Doctors at the University of Texas discovered learning new skills helps keep your brain sharp.

Did you ever want to master French cooking… take professional-looking photos… or make a beautiful quilt? Learning these skills also defends your brain against the ravages of AD.

Study Japanese so you’ll get more out of the trip of a lifetime. Learn how to make curtains and drapes, so you’ll have the most gorgeous windows in the neighborhood. Discover the joys of raising heirloom vegetables, so all your meals will be special.

County extension services… local continuing education classes… and many other sources offer opportunities to engage your brain in rewarding challenges.

And when you accept these challenges, your risk of AD drops like a stone.

AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S reveals how to get the most out of these challenges… and how to combine them with other secrets to cut your risk of AD even further.

You’ll even find out how to keep your brain from shrinking – a common problem of aging. In fact, you could even reverse the process.

That’s right. A study published by the Radiological Society of North America actually showed how to grow your brain… while most people’s brains are shrinking.

Of course, prevention is one thing. What if you – or a loved one – has already been diagnosed?

It’s still not time to give up hope.

Can Alzheimer’s Be Reversed?

To hear the mainstream tell it, Alzheimer’s is a mystery. Maybe so. But if you’ve been diagnosed, you can fight back… You don’t have to fade away.

That’s why a professor from the University of Leeds says Alzheimer’s is “…a disease that we believe can ultimately be cured…”

What gives this expert hope? Is it a blockbuster drug that will soon take the world by storm?

No. It’s two simple, natural compounds. Compounds that are almost as cheap as dirt. Especially when you compare them to Alzheimer’s drugs.

Both of these compounds appear to “neutralize” Beta-amyloid plaques – one of two main protein build-ups linked to Alzheimer’s.

A 2011 study found one of these compounds cut damage to certain types of AD-linked brain damage up to 85%.

Yes… 85%.

A 2014 study also showed a common nutrient is more effective against Alzheimer’s plaques than the most popular drug. Other studies revealed a second nutrient may also beat AD drugs in slowing Alzheimer’s.

Both these nutrients cost just pennies a dose… and they’re widely available.

Even better, foods rich in these nutrients are delicious. You could actually reverse the effects of AD by eating foods you love!

And they’re just two of several nutrients that may help reverse the effects of AD.

Other studies suggest novel treatments that may lead to improvements in the AD-effected brain.

In an Israeli study, AD-linked plaques dropped 40% after a simple – and widely available – treatment was used. This drop came about in just 14 days.

The bottom line? You can change your AD status – and in just a couple of weeks. That’s not what the medical mainstream is telling you.

But I’m busting this conspiracy of silence with AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S. At last you’ll have the tools you need to fight back against the scourge of Alzheimer’s. And potentially add years of clarity to your life.

What would that be worth?

In a moment, I’ll tell you how to get your hands on a copy of AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S. But first…

The Five Foods Everyone Should Add to Their Diet

It seems as though somebody is proclaiming a new “superfood” every other week. These fads come and go. (Remember when everyone was crazy for alfalfa sprouts?)

These fads do something else, too. They make it harder to recognize true superfoods.

That’s why I want you to have a new special report – THE WORLD’S MOST POTENT SUPERFRUITS – that reveals five genuine superfoods… and the health benefits they promote. They’re the five foods everyone should add to their diet.

Three of these foods are familiar. But most people don’t eat them very often. One is an exotic grown in the Himalayas. And the fifth is a 5,000-year-old food of kings. It may well be the oldest superfood in the world.

Here are just a few of the advantages you’ll discover…

  • Eat this superfood to boost energy, get a better night’s sleep, ease stress, and sharpen focus. Plus, it a rare rich source of zeaxanthin – a compound critical to defending your eyes from UV damage.
  • “Experts” mainly recommend this superfood for one use. But studies show it may also fight heart disease, cancer, diabetes, pain, and Alzheimer’s disease. And that’s just for starters.
  • Lose weight, boost vision, and improve oral health with this superfood. They also boost heart health and brainpower. Plus, they’re the richest source of an anti-aging compound that makes resveratrol look weak by comparison.
  • Eat this superfood to help fight cancer, heart disease, obesity, and more. It’s a champ at keeping your arteries flexible. And studies suggest it may help reverse the effects of Alzheimer’s disease.
  • The health food industry markets this superfood mostly to women. But it has potent prostate health benefits, too. New studies show it may also boost heart health and fights cancer at least 4 ways.

THE WORLD’S MOST POTENT SUPERFRUITS lays out all the details. What these superfoods are, the benefits they may deliver, and the best way to take advantage of their health-boosting power.

I normally offer THE WORLD’S MOST POTENT SUPERFRUITS for $19.95. And it’s a bargain at that price. But I’ll send you a copy absolutely FREE with your order for AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S.

And here’s the thing: Every one of these five superfoods has benefits for your brain. Adding them into your diet only reinforces your battle against Alzheimer’s risk.

But your most powerful weapon against Alzheimer’s may be AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S. Because it offers knowledge mainstream medicine just doesn’t seem to be getting out there.

The Best Investment You May Ever Make to Fight Alzheimer’s

You could spend over $400 for a single month of an Alzheimer’s drug. A drug that may help as few as 4 out 10 people who take it.

That’s $4,800 a year… just to put your finger in the dyke. Because the best you can hope for from these drugs is just a little more time. A slowing of you or a loved one fading away.

But AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S could help you avoid the problem altogether. For a tiny fraction of that cost.

Especially when you “discover” the ancient herb that crushes Alzheimer’s effects.

In 20 trials – including 1,823 volunteers – this ancient herb absolutely smashed AD’s effects. In as few as eight weeks.

That’s just 56 days. And this ancient herb did more.

It crushed the seizures 20% of AD patients suffer. What makes this such a big deal? Because the drugs doctors give most Alzheimer’s patients to ease seizures cause more memory problems.

But this natural herb eases seizures without magnifying memory problems.

Imagine if your mind was clearer – your memory sharper – in just 56 days.

And that’s just one of the benefits AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S offers.

Look, nobody can guarantee you’ll avoid Alzheimer’s. But we can guarantee you can cut your risk. Significantly.

And you can slow – or even reverse – the symptoms. Why wait?

If someone in your family suffers with AD, there’s nothing that says you will, too. Especially if you take the simple steps doctors have proven to cut your risk.

If you – or someone you love – are showing signs of AD, why not take the steps studies show may slow the progress? Or even reverse it.

Remember that professor from the University of Leeds? He believes we’ll find a cure. But, till then, you have to fight back.

And AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S gives you the knowledge you need to do just that.

Here’s what you get…

  • Dozens of ways to cut your risk of ever suffering from Alzheimer’s
  • Simple steps science says you can use to ease – or even reverse – the effects of this scourge
  • The shocking truth about Alzheimer’s drugs… How few there are… And how poorly they work
  • My superfoods special report – valued at $19.95. You’ll get even more ways to support mental sharpness and a clear memory.

All of this for a tiny fraction of the price of a month’s worth of a typical AD drug.

And with a feature no drug ever offered: A 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Order AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S now. Read it… and your free superfoods report for 30 days. I promise you’ll be 100% satisfied. Or I’ll refund your purchase price. And you can keep the book and the special report… as my thanks for exploring the secrets I’ve uncovered.

Think of it. You could escape the horrors of Alzheimer’s… ease – or even reverse – it’s effects… and discover how to build defenses against heart disease, cancer, and more. All for a fraction of the cost of just one month of Alzheimer’s drugs. With no risk.

That’s because AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S costs just $29.97.

I’ll never forget the sadness I felt watching my dad fade away. Forgetting his mother had died decades earlier… forgetting his history… and then even forgetting his children.

Watching a hollow shell – once a leader among men – find no joy in life anymore. If I can help just one person avoid this experience, my efforts will have been worthwhile.

Alzheimer’s doesn’t have to be a death sentence. It doesn’t even have to be a thing. We already know a full third of cases could be avoided with 7 simple steps.

Don’t play Russian roulette with your future. And don’t leave your fate to the fatcats at the drug companies. Order AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S today.

Wishing you strength and vitality,
Jason Kennedy

P.S. In 2014, scientists at Cambridge University found 7 risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease. You can completely control 5 of them… and partially control the other 2. Your doctor probably won’t tell you this, but one-third of Alzheimer’s cases are fully preventable. AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S will show you how.

Plus, you’ll discover why the genetic factor in Alzheimer’s is mostly B.S. Only 1 in 200 people with Alzheimer’s has a genetic predisposition to the disease. Which means 199 out of every 200 people can slash their risk. AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S lays it all out for you.

P.P.S. Big Pharma isn’t going to like this book. It could cut deeply into their profits. I can’t guarantee someone in the distribution chain won’t buckle under the pressure. So order AVOIDING ALZHEIMER’S while it’s still widely available.

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