90% success rate in as little as 3 months!
Your Alzheimer’s cure is here.
In fact, it’s been mostly hiding in plain sight all along. Even though the news is only recently being broadcast far and wide among physicians.
But the news they’re broadcasting is really just the icing on the cake…the last piece in the Alzheimer’s puzzle I’ve been putting together for years.
And it’s arguably the best news I have seen in my four years of bringing you Insiders’ Cures.
For quite some time, I’ve been telling you about various natural approaches you can take to help prevent dementia and cognitive decline….like supplementing with vitamin D (since a 2014 study revealed that older patients with very low levels of this nutrient have a 122% increased risk for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease).
I’ve also reported on many natural ways to combat dementia—like the studies showing that large doses of vitamin E might help treat dementia much better than the “go-to” Alzheimer’s drug.
And while all this news is good, I’ve been holding my breath, waiting for enough evidence to come together to culminate in a scientifically proven, natural cure for reversing Alzheimer’s and dementia.
And now, finally, I can let out that breath. We finally have that crowning evidence. And it has led directly to that long-awaited cure.
Recent research shows using an all-natural approach to preventing and treating Alzheimer’s has a 90% success rate.
That’s right. Nine out of 10 people with dementia-related memory loss who followed an all-natural protocol had significant, sustained improvements in their memory.
If that’s not a cure, I don’t know what is.
But still, some doctors are inexplicably resisting this simple, natural, and scientifically demonstrated Alzheimer’s reversal cure. Which is why I have decided to develop my own clinical protocol—in light of this new clinical evidence, in addition to the Alzheimer’s breakthroughs I’ve shared with you previously…as well as my own clinical and research experience.
It’s a comprehensive approach for COMPLETE brain health—and a dementia cure to boot.
My new protocol doesn’t rely on any single step or any simple pill. In all, my protocol includes more than a dozen individual natural approaches that have been shown to actually reverse the memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s disease. I’ll tell you about some of them in just a moment.
But first, let’s take a closer look at the new clinical research that led to this exciting development.
A definitive clinical trial on reversing Alzheimer’s dementia
An 18-step plan was tested as part of a recent study conducted by researchers at UCLA’s highly respected Mary S. Easton Center for Alzheimer’s Disease Research.1 The protocol used in this study is based on a whopping 56 other prior published studies on natural approaches to Alzheimer’s treatment.
So no one can claim that using a natural dementia reversal protocol doesn’t have sound science—and plenty of it—to back it up.
The latest study involved 10 men and women with memory loss or cognitive impairment associated with Alzheimer’s. And this wasn’t just minor memory loss. For six of these people, it was so severe that they were either struggling at their jobs or had had to quit working altogether.
But in just three to six months, nine out of the 10 people who followed the all-natural approaches had substantial improvements in their memory.
This memory boost was so significant that the participants were able to return to their jobs or continue working with marked improvements. The only person who didn’t have increased memory was a woman who was already in the late stages of Alzheimer’s.
And the news gets even better. Their memory boost wasn’t just a temporary fix. The researchers continued tracking these patients, and two-and-a-half years later, the study participants were still showing “sustained and marked improvements.”
The mainstream minions will tell you this was only one study on 10 people, and that we need more and larger studies. Even though, as I discuss on page 5, they know the research funds will never be available to study all-natural cures. But you and I know a major reason larger studies are necessary is because most of the effects being studied in other research are relatively minor and insignificant.
Let me tell you, if there’s any study ever done with a 90% success rate, you won’t need reams of data and the help of statisticians to see a statistically significant result. You only need to be able to count on the fingers of both hands.
Plus this study mostly just confirms the brain benefits of many of the steps and breakthroughs I’ve told you about before. The new UCLA study just put them all together in a real clinical protocol that doctors and patients can choose to follow, as they would to successfully manage and reverse another condition like high blood sugar, or high blood pressure.
Why an all-natural protocol works—and drugs don’t
The results of the UCLA study suggest that cognitive impairment, reversal, and improvement are based on metabolic processes in a living, dynamic brain that simply may or may not show the pathologic abnormalities that have been typically ascribed to Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Abnormalities that have kept researchers looking through blinders at the results.
The UCLA researchers point out that dementia is the most rapidly increasing chronic disease of our time. They also argue that drug treatments for dementia have been the greatest recent failure of mainstream medicine.
They say there is not a single mainstream dementia treatment that has had anything beyond a marginal, asymptomatic, unsustainable effect, with little or no impact on halting disease progression. This, after two taxpayer-funded, “decades-of-the-brain.”
The researchers point out that one of the problems with mainstream approaches to dementia is that they’ve all involved taking a single therapeutic pathway, blindly shooting in the dark at different unproven theories or findings on the cause of dementia.
However, as with any other disease, there does not appear to be a single cause of Alzheimer’s. There are many metabolic and neurophysiologic pathways that appear to converge in this condition.
Using combinations of treatment options has been successful for combatting other serious diseases like cancer, heart disease, and AIDS/HIV infection. But, despite all of the research, a combined treatment approach for dementia has not been tried before.
Your complete step-by-step Alzheimer’s cure
Of course, the points made by the UCLA researchers are ones you’ve seen me make dozens of times here in the pages of Insiders’ Cures, as well as in my Daily Dispatch e-letter. And while the UCLA study certainly yielded impressive—even downright exciting—results, I believe it could be even better had the researchers applied some of the many other breakthroughs I’ve been telling you about over the past several years.
So I’ve re-organized, modified, prioritized, and “supplemented” my own natural approaches, including consideration of all those laid out in the proven UCLA protocol—and further incorporated key additional information I’ve personally gathered over many years of scientific investigation.
I’m putting the finishing touches on my complete protocol now, and will be sure to let you know as soon as it is available. But in the meantime, here’s a brief description of some of the natural approaches I will encompass.
So let’s get started!
Mind your diet
In my complete Alzheimer’s cure protocol, I will give you detailed dietary recommendations based on my research. But in the meantime, you can get a head start by cutting out sugars and reducing refined grains like white bread and pasta (like you should already be doing for every other condition I have written about over the years—long before it was recognized by the “experts”).
This step lowers insulin resistance, and researchers have long found a strong link between diabetes and Alzheimer’s (which I identified as “Type 3 diabetes” several years ago).
Focus on positive lifestyle choices
Get eight hours of sleep per night. Studies show poor sleep may increase your levels of beta-amyloid, a toxic protein that helps form the brain plaque associated with Alzheimer’s. Lack of sleep may also affect a gene that predisposes people to developing Alzheimer’s.2
Exercise moderately 45 minutes per day, five days a week. Just as exercise improves your heart health, it can also boost your brain health.
But that doesn’t mean you have to run out and buy an expensive gym membership. Moderate exercise can include everyday activities like walking, swimming, housework, gardening, or playing with your kids or grandkids.
Avoid heavy metal toxicity by asking your doctor to test whether you have an excess of heavy metals like iron, copper, aluminum, and mercury in your body, as I have often warned. There is some evidence that these metals can contribute to the plaque buildup that is a hallmark of Alzheimer’s. Also, avoid taking dietary supplements with iron unless you have been diagnosed by your doctor as suffering from iron-deficiency anemia.
In my full protocol, I will go into detail about the best way to get rid of any heavy metals that may be contributing to your Alzheimer’s risk.
In the meantime, there is one more lifestyle modification you can make that can significantly boost cognitive function—reduce stress.
Stress boosts levels of the hormone cortisol, and a variety of studies have found that people with Alzheimer’s have excess cortisol in their bloodstream. I published a paper 20 years ago suggesting that cortisol is the aging hormone—and what is dementia, ultimately, other than aging of the brain? (My complete Alzheimer’s cure protocol will offer in-depth instructions on how to combat stress in our hectic modern world—so be on the lookout for more news on it in the coming weeks!)
Protect your brain with smart supplementation
There are a number of natural supplements that support overall cognition and brain health. And there are several that have distinct, scientifically proven memory-enhancing benefits as well. I will outline all of these supplements (and dosages)—as well as the research behind them—in my complete Alzheimer’s cure protocol. But in the meantime, here are a few you should consider starting right away, as I have generally recommended before.
Take a high-quality vitamin B-complex every day. Bs are so essential for brain health that the Europeans call them “neurovitamins.” They also have been shown in many studies to help reduce homocysteine levels.
I’ve noted before that lowering your homocysteine and C-reactive protein levels are the real keys to preventing heart disease (versus the crazy cholesterol hypothesis and dangerous statin drugs that bedevil conventional cardiology practice today).
And it turns out this strategy is just as important for the brain as it is for the heart. I believe this is because homocysteine and C-reactive protein can hamper healthy blood circulation and oxygenation to the brain through the blood vessels.
B12 in particular has been shown to be effective at lowering homocysteine levels, so ask your doctor to test how much of this vitamin is circulating in your blood. You want your B12 level to be above 500 pg/ml.
Along with cutting out sugar in your diet, take 1-2 grams of fish oil daily to help reduce your C-reactive protein levels—and support synaptic structural components of the nerves and brain as well.
Take 10,000 IU of vitamin D3 a day to ensure your D blood levels are between 50-100 ng/ml.
If you haven’t had your vitamin D levels checked, ask your doctor to do it as soon as possible. I know I don’t have to tell you how crucial this nutrient is for every aspect of your health—including your brain health.
Boost your mitochondrial function with 100 mg of Coenzyme-Q10 (ubiquinol) a day. Research shows dysfunction of the mitochondria (the parts of cells that produce energy) is a key trigger for the development of Alzheimer’s. This function is poisoned by certain drugs like statins.
You can also help ensure your mitochondria are operating optimally by taking supplements such as selenium, zinc, and vitamins C and B1. And research shows that aspal (rooibos) combined with dandelion extract (450 mg each) has remarkable impacts on mitochondria in terms of cellular energy and hydration.
Better blood flow = better brain power
And finally, ensure you have a good brain oxygen supply through optimal blood circulation. Which means you need a healthy cardiovascular system.
You can accomplish this goal through the diet tips I mentioned earlier, as well as moderate exercise, and the deep breathing associated with meditation and yoga. And many of the dietary supplements recommended in my forthcoming protocol will also help boost your circulation and brain oxygen supply.
Why you should talk to your doctor today about the natural Alzheimer’s cure
Of course, if you or a loved one is struggling with dementia, you need to be under the care of a personal physician who can customize your healthcare approach.
But if your doctor isn’t one of the growing number who are embracing natural approaches, make sure he or she knows about the new UCLA study. If all else fails, find another doctor who will talk to you about the evidence for a natural cure.
And, please, be on the lookout for more news to come regarding my complete Alzheimer’s cure protocol.
Because it’s increasingly looking like preventing and reversing dementia is also the closest thing to the “anti-aging” fix for which so many people have been searching for so long. As the new protocol demonstrates, dementia in the brain is the flip side of aging in the body.
But, the good news is, you no longer have to fear you’ll someday suffer from Alzheimer’s or dementia. Or helplessly wait for another false promise about an expensive, dangerous new drug yet to come.
1“Reversal of cognitive decline: A novel therapeutic program.” Aging. 2014 Sep;6(9):707-17.