I can’t wait for the LIVE Alzheimer’s Survival Summit to begin.
But today, I want to tell you a story about a patient named Liz Mason…
Liz’s symptoms started to creep in gradually over the course of three years…forgetfulness, loss of concentration, lashing out at her loved ones over minor things.
But when Liz was just 56, things got so bad she had to quit her job.
She and her husband went to see a neurologist who diagnosed Liz with early-onset Alzheimer’s, and told them there was nothing left to do except find an assisted living facility.
Liz’s husband scoured the Internet and found a few anecdotal reports about Beta-Xb—the natural compound I told you about yesterday. Two days later, he started using it on Liz.
Within two weeks, she had done a complete 180. She went from—
- Putting her clothes on inside out over and over again—to dressing without any help
- Staring at the wall during her favorite sitcoms—to chuckling along with the laugh tracks
- Barely waving hello to her young grandsons—to getting right down onto the floor and playing matchbox cars with them for hours.
According to Liz’s husband, “Her personality is back, as if a switch has been flicked. She’s back to her old self!”
Success stories like Liz’s are considered an “anomaly” by mainstream Alzheimer’s experts. But, the fact is, I see remarkable turnarounds like this on a regular basis in my practice.
It’s my intention to spread the word that Alzheimer’s doesn’t have to be a death sentence. In fact, as Liz’s story illustrates, full reversal is completely possible.
Be sure to go to www.AlzheimersSurvivalSummit.com on Sunday at 3 pm (Eastern Time) where you, too, can discover how to battle dementia head-on!
Fred Pescatore, M.D.
P.S. Thank you for reserving your spot for the Alzheimer’s Survival Summit. Just a quick word of advice, in 2 days my team will be sending you the link to use to log in on Sunday. You can click on it whenever you’d like to bookmark it. The summit will go live exactly at 3 pm Eastern time. I suggest clicking through to the VIP site: www.AlzheimersSurvivalSummit.com at least 15 minutes ahead of time just to make sure you’re ready. See you then!