My team and I are excited to go live with a groundbreaking event that could very well save your life or the life of someone you love…
The Alzheimer’s Survival Summit.
This event couldn’t come at a better time. Alzheimer’s disease is one of the fastest growing epidemics. According to the 2015 World Alzheimer’s Report, cases of dementia are set to triple in the next 30 years.
And mainstream medicine considers Alzheimer’s “incurable.”
It’s no wonder so many patients come to me feeling scared and hopeless when they start to notice their brain function slipping.
And since you’re already signed up to attend this historic event—I’m sure you’re feeling the same way too. Whether it’s about yourself or a loved one.
So let me take this opportunity to share the same news with you that I share with my patients…
If your memory feels like it’s starting down a slippery slope—there IS something you can do. In fact, even patients suffering from severe dementia can make a remarkable recovery…if they have the right tools.
Unfortunately, you won’t find those tools by turning to mainstream medicine.
It’s no secret that their attempts to stop this devastating epidemic have fallen disastrously short.
In fact, Alzheimer’s drugs have the highest failure rate in all medical research.
Alzheimer’s drugs fail because they target a single factor in the brain thought to cause the disease. But there’s much more to it than that. And mainstream medicine continually overlooks the Big Picture when it comes to Alzheimer’s.
In fact, there are some critical risk factors the mainstream “experts” never even acknowledge.
Allow me to demonstrate with a quick question:
Which one of the following plays a significant role in cognitive function?
- Heart health
- Gastrointestinal health
- Hormone levels
I’m going to bring you the surprising answer later today. Then during the LIVE Alzheimer’s Survival Summit on Sunday, December 17th at 3 pm Eastern time, I’ll dive deeper into the real science of Alzheimer’s prevention and reversal.
Fred Pescatore, M.D.
P.S. Don’t forget to mark the summit on your calendar. We go on Sunday, December 17th at 3 pm (EST) on the dot. You can watch it from your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Until Thursday, make sure you take time to read through all the pre-event VIP content we’ve prepared on the secure site if you haven’t already. The website is www.AlzheimersSurvivalSummit.com.