1. WIPE OUT Alzheimer’s with the brain’s ‘master antioxidant’

    It’s like a confession… and a desperate cry for help… all at once.

    We’re STUCK… and we’ve got NOTHING!

    The medical mainstream is finally admitting that NONE of their drugs do JACK for Alzheimer’s disease.

    OK, so that’s mostly stating the obvious. After all, they’ve FLUSHED billions down the drain in the name of dementia research… and still have ZIP to show for it.

    But it’s the next part that’s what’s so stunning: They now ADMIT the answer could be in THE ONE PLACE they’ve refused to look.

    They’re actually saying… out loud… for the first time… that the best way to beat dementia could be a 100% natural compound already found inside your own body.

    But who needs THEM anyway??? I’m going to show you exactly how to get it right now!

    A rare confession from the mainstream

    A series of recent reports makes the link between Alzheimer’s disease and glutathione.

    That’s the “master antioxidant” that can ELIMINATE toxins and other damage from cells… including brain cells.

    When glutathione drops… toxins accumulate. When toxins accumulate… you literally start losing your mind.

    Especially your memory and cognition.

    In one study out of India, the brains of folks with mild cognitive impairment and dementia were pretty much RUNNING ON EMPTY, as far as glutathione was concerned.

    Now, they’re just STARTING to think maybe putting it back in there is how you beat this thing.

    The catch about glutathione is that your body CAN’T easily absorb most supplements -- which means even if you pop some capsules, you won’t necessarily increase the levels in a way your body can put to work.

    But some forms of them DO work in ways your body can use, specifically:

    • liposomal
    • IV injections
    • S-acetyl glutathione.

    In addition, N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC) is a precursor that can form glutathione once inside your body.

    Now, as promising as this is, I wouldn’t put all my eggs in one basket as far as dementia’s concerned.

    There’s no single cause of it. Heck, it’s not a single disease.

    In some cases… in MANY cases… it’s NOT a disease at all.

    It’s a SIDE EFFECT!

    My FIRST suspect in a case of looming dementia would be any new or recent drugs.

    My SECOND suspect would be older drugs impacting you in new ways.

    My THIRD suspect would be the combined effect of ALL your drugs on the brain.

    Notice a pattern here?

    Work with a doc who can get you off as many of those drugs as you can -- ALL of them if it’s possible.

    At the same time, I’d do an EXTREME makeover on the diet… and I do mean extreme.

    ELIMINATE anything and everything processed… and everything with chemicals, preservatives, and coloring agents.

    Eat ONLY organic, non-GMO foods… and give yourself a GI detoxifying cleanse.

    Finally, LOAD UP on brain-enhancing nutrients like ginkgo biloba, phosphatidyl serine, high-dose intravenous vitamin C, NAC, and ALA.

  2. ‘Failed’ Alzheimer’s med RESURRECTED… and could get approved anyway

    A new beta-amyloid-busting drug for Alzheimer’s?

    That’s what the media says… that’s what the drug industry claims… and that’s what the FDA seems hellbent on approving in a hurry.

    But don’t get your hopes up!

    This drug that’s being hailed as a breakthrough… is already BROKEN!

    I’ll put the pieces back together in a moment and give you the inside track on what could work instead.

    First, let me pull back the curtain and show you what’s REALLY going on behind those oh-so-hopeful headlines.

    Alzheimer’s drug scam has the media hoodwinked

    The drugmakers CLAIM they missed something last year when aducanumab FLUNKED a study.


    Turns out it ACTUALLY works, they say… and now, this FAILED med is suddenly in the fast lane for FDA approval.

    Here’s the part they’re leaving out of those rosy headlines…

    It didn’t just flunk a study. It flunked SO BADLY… they pulled the plug on the research early.

    Believe me, drug companies don’t simply walk away from studies like that unless something is VERY wrong.

    So, you have to wonder just what in the heck’s going on here.

    We know they had two studies going on at once. One turned out to be positive. The other was negative.

    In the negative one, high doses of the drug led to WORSE symptoms… and FASTER decline!

    But somehow, the numbers didn’t change… but the analysis did.

    Oh, and the company behind it is being real sketchy about the safety end of the business, saying only that it’s “consistent with previous studies.”

    Given that the drug’s been liked to potentially deadly brain inflammation in the limited “previous studies” we know about, that’s not exactly encouraging.

    For one final trick, they’re cooking up a new study… one the FDA could use to APPROVE this drug.

    And it WON’T have a placebo.

    What are these people hiding??? I wouldn’t stick around to find out.

    In fact, you couldn’t PAY ME to try this drug… even if I was in desperate need of it.

    So far, there are two things very clear about Alzheimer’s disease:

    • The beta amyloid plaques targeted by this drug ARE linked to dementia… but clearing them out ISN’T the cure. Plenty of drugs have tried this, and they’ve all failed – including the new one. That fact that it magically “worked” after failing is beyond suspicious.
    • This is a modern disease – caused by something unique to modern society, almost certainly toxins in general (in food, water, etc.) and very likely in many cases linked to medications.

    If I ever had a loved one “diagnosed with Alzheimer’s,” my very first step would be to ELIMINATE all drugs -- at least as much as possible.

    My guess is this move alone would CURE a not-insignificant number of cases, right out of the gate.

    If that doesn’t do the trick, next step is to rule out the mimics – conditions such as chronic Lyme, which can look like dementia so well that even the experts will misdiagnose it.

    And if you’re still stuck, I would take extreme action with your diet, including…

    • CUT OUT all hints of anything processed and anything with chemicals.
    • EAT ONLY organic, non-GMO
    • DETOX your GI tract with a cleanse.
    • TREAT undiagnosed yeast infections.
    • LOAD UP on essential nutrients for brainpower -- including ginkgo biloba, phosphatidyl serine, high-dose intravenous vitamin C, NAC, ALA, etc.

    Don’t just pick one of those. Do ’em all. And don’t even wait to find out what the FDA decides to do with this drug in their meetings this month.

    In Your Corner,

    Dr. Allan Spreen

  3. Breakthrough CRACKS the ‘Alzheimer’s code’… and helps SAVE your brain from these ‘killers’

    If you feel your memory getting worse… or find you’re more easily confused than you used to be…  The mainstream has ALREADY failed you.   Most docs are getting it all wrong (even if they mean well) – because Alzheimer’s drugs simply DO NOT WORK.   But I’ve uncovered a MAJOR medical breakthrough – one that can help REVERSE memory issues.  This...
  4. Urgent Warning for Alzheimer Families

    If you have a family member suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, you know it’s not just a memory disorder. Alzheimer’s disease (AD) causes major behavior and mood disturbances. According to doctors, less than 10 percent of Alzheimer’s patients remained free from symptoms of “psychopathology” during the course of their disease. In other words, agitation, aggression, depression, anxiety, paranoid delusions, and insomnia are very much the norm for AD patients. As a result, today’s Alzheimer’s patient is all too often prescribed some type of antipsychotic drug to control their behavior. Thioridazine, chlorpromazine, haloperidol, trifluoperazine, or risperidone all belong to this class of drugs.

    Limited options for Alzheimer’s patients

    A new study to be published in Lancet Neurology, the respected British medical journal, confirms what one might guess about AD patients prescribed antipsychotics: the drugs shorten their lives. In fact, a patient taking an antipsychotic drug only has a 46 percent survival rate at 24 months (as compared to 71 percent for a patient taking a placebo). Moreover, only 30 percent of AD patients were alive at 36 months after having begun treatment with antipsychotics (as opposed to 59 percent taking a placebo). Bottom line here: if you’ve got a loved one with AD, think long and hard about using an antipsychotic drug to control their behavior. If you’ve run out of options, authors of the study suggest using the drugs for a limited time (3 months or less) to see if behavior improves.

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