Yesterday, I told you about the disgraceful, new drug recently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
In short, the drug didn’t prove effective in slowing the progress of the devastating brain disease in the pre-approval clinical trials. Worse yet, it even caused brain swelling in 40 percent of patients who took it at a dose approved by the FDA.
Of course, what makes me the angriest about this whole debacle is that it detracts from the simple solutions for reversing AD, like the ones that first came out of UCLA seven years ago.
So, today, let’s take a closer look at some of those safe, natural approaches…
UCLA protocol reversed AD in 9 out of 10 patients
Back in 2014, UCLA researchers put together an 18-step plan involving known lifestyle, dietary, and nutritional approaches. They found that in just three to six months, nine out of 10 patients with dementia who followed the all-natural protocols experienced substantial improvements in their memory.
In many of the patients, the cognitive boost was so significant that they returned to their jobs, or continued working, with marked improvements. (The only person who didn’t have increased memory was a woman who was already in the latest stages of Alzheimer’s.)
Plus, the memory boost wasn’t just a temporary fix…
The researchers continued to track the dementia patients over the next two-and-a-half years. And even then, the patients were still showing “sustained and marked improvements.”
Best of all, I’m pleased to tell you that the UCLA clinical study has grown to include more than 100 patients, at additional medical centers around the country. And they too have experienced reversals of cognitive decline!
UCLA research study expands nationwide
As part of the expanded study, more than 100 patients have now been treated, using the same natural approaches, by different doctors around the country. The expanded program has been named ReCode and targets five main areas of concern:
- Identifying and treating harmful pathogens present in the bloodstream.
- Identifying, repairing, and enhancing healthy probiotics in the gastrointestinal (GI) microbiome, the environment in your gut where billions of healthy probiotic bacteria thrive.
- Identifying and treating insulin resistance.
- Identifying and correcting suboptimal nutrient intake.
- Identifying and removing toxins.
The UCLA researchers reported an overview of the 100 additional success stories in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease & Parkinsonism. And, in some cases, they also published brain imaging studies to document the improvements!
Unfortunately, we don’t have complete details of the regimens the patients followed. But that’s for two, good reasons…
First, the results contained personalized, private patient information. So, the complete details of their personal health regimens are protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).
Second, there’s now a serious proprietary aspect to these remarkable treatments. The physicians have devoted their whole careers to this important work, so they won’t make all of their “secrets” known publicly. Not to mention, it costs a lot of money to develop and obtain these personalized plans for patients.
What are your options?
While no one can get the full details of the costly, individualized regimens that each of these patients followed as part of the new ReCode program, you still have options…
For one, you can apply to join the expanding ReCode program at one of the new locations around the country. George Washington University (GWU) in Washington, D.C., is running one leg of it. (In fact, three patients treated at GWU were part of the new report published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease & Parkinsonism. Plus, both the past and current directors of GWU’s ReCode program are my personal colleagues and were contributors to my own medical publications and scientific conferences in the past.)
Or, you could also work with a private company that now offers personalized regimens based on the UCLA study.
Now, here’s the rub…
Most health insurance companies typically won’t reimburse you for these kinds of programs. So, joining ReCode (or the privately run program) will cost a minimum of $10,000 to $40,000—for just the first year.
Of course, protecting your brain and mind is certainly worth any cost. But not everyone can come up with that kind of money. Especially when many people who seek health independence are already forced to pay as much as $20,000 or more, per person, per year for mandatory health insurance (Obamacare) that doesn’t even cover the true healthcare they really want.
But here’s the good news…
We already knew all about the basic, natural approaches included in the original, 18-step program at UCLA. And—there have been more advancements in the field of brain health since UCLA published its plan seven years ago.
You can adopt a successful version of the original UCLA program on your own by enrolling in my online learning protocol, the Complete Alzheimer’s Fighting Protocol. The best part is, you can do it at your own convenience, from your own home, at a tiny fraction of the cost!
This innovative learning tool includes all the natural steps used in the original UCLA protocol research, which I had the opportunity to review four years ago. Plus, it contains important, additional steps, which I added based on 40 years of my own research.
To learn more, or to enroll today, simply click here now.
“Reversal of Cognitive Decline: 100 Patients.” Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease & Parkinsonism, 2018. 8:5:450. doi.org/10.4172/2161-0460.1000450