Do you feel helpless in the face of Alzheimer’s disease? Feel like there’s nothing you can do? Have your doctors told you they don’t know what causes Alzheimer’s—and that there’s nothing you can do about it? Are you scared that you or your loved ones have no options, except to wait for things to get worse?
Take heart … There IS hope!
The truth is, we do know what causes Alzheimer’s disease. And because solid research tells us what’s broken in the brain, we know how to fix it.
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Alzheimer's disease is "diabetes of the brain."
Ketones can provide up to 60% of the brain's energy.
Ketone bodies deserve the designation of a "superfuel." - Sam Henderson , PhD
Alzheimer's results from the death of brain cells via starvation.
Never before has someone put all the pieces together in one place: What causes Alzheimer’s, why it’s happening—and most important—WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT.
Never before has someone translated the scientific research into plain English, and presented it with a commonsense plan of action that you can start following right now to reclaim your brain health. The scientific literature around Alzheimer’s is unambiguous. Medical journals are full of research papers showing that the predominant “malfunction” in the condition is that the brain has lost the ability to fuel itself. As a result, the brain cells responsible for retrieving memories, processing information, and controlling proper behavior starve to death. In the early stages of this, the brain may be able to compensate, and symptoms are minor. This is known as “mild cognitive impairment.” But as time progresses and the condition worsens, eventually enough of these brain cells—called neurons—will be damaged or destroyed, and the affected individual manifests signs and symptoms of full-blown Alzheimer’s disease.
The Alzheimer’s Antidote is more than a book. It’s information. It’s hope. It’s empowerment. It’s an antidote to the fear, hopelessness, and powerlessness you’re feeling after a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or mild cognitive impairment. You are NOT POWERLESS against this! Arm yourself with knowledge. Arm yourself with a strategy aimed at the core of the problem. Arm yourself with The Alzheimer’s Antidote.
This is the only book that puts all the pieces together. Other authors have presented only small pieces of the puzzle: the therapeutic use of coconut oil, the potential benefit of a Mediterranean-style diet, the importance of DHA supplementation, and more. But none of these factors, by itself, is powerful enough to counteract the damage an impaired brain is suffering.
The underlying metabolic disturbances that lead to Alzheimer’s come from multiple sources. Therefore, a successful strategy to delay, stop, and possibly even reverse the course of the condition should address all of these causative angles.
Healthy lifestyle factors are critical for restoring cognitive function. But above all is the dietary intervention. Medical literature is full of studies that refer to Alzheimer’s disease as “type 3 diabetes.” This is neither new information, nor is it controversial. Scientific studies support this without a doubt. The fundamental issue behind the condition is that the brain can no longer use glucose. Alzheimer’s disease is an “energy crisis” in the brain. Due to inability to properly use fuel, neurons lose the ability to communicate with each other. This results in confusion, memory loss, behavioral changes, emotional outbursts and instability, and all the other unpleasant signs associated with Alzheimer’s.
In order to delay, stop, and possibly even reverse this damage, we must do two things:
The strategy outlined in The Alzheimer's Antidote does both. It’s a one-stop-shop for information on how to get back in the driver’s seat and take control of your cognitive function. Other books go only part of the way. The Alzheimer’s Antidote is the only source that walks you step-by-step through the problems that occur in the AD brain, and how to fix them.
Life is waiting for you.
Fix your brain now.