The Douglass Report September 2015

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Stop dementia BEFORE it starts with these four powerful and proven

Do you believe diseases should be cured rather than “managed?” Think patients deserve answers instead of being strung along like holiday lights? Are you convinced the point of medicine is to CURE and HEAL?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then I’ve got news for you, my friend; you DON’T have what it takes to work in the pharmaceutical industry. (Don’t worry; it’s a lousy place to work anyway.)

A true cure is a one-and-you’re-done deal. You swallow a pill for a week or two and get on with your life.

There’s money in that, to be sure, but it’s not the big bucks that Big Pharma’s after.

As any street-corner drug dealer will tell you, the REAL cash is in drugs people will keep coming back for——the pills people think they need every single day.

That’s why Big Pharma is abandoning the experimental, and essentially useless, Alzheimer’s drugs that supposedly treat the disease.

They claim this abandonment is to focus on “prevention,” which sounds good on paper, but in reality, it’s because the big money isn’t in selling a drug to the 1 in 9 older Americans who have this disease.

It’s in selling a drug to the 8 out of 9 who don’t!

They want a drug they can sell to more people, starting from an earlier age——a drug taken by everyone to try to prevent a disease that only a small number of them would ever get.

Does this plan sounds familiar to you? It should, because it’s exactly the same trick they pulled with statins——those pricey cholesterol meds that neither treat nor cure any disease. Yet they’re popped every single day by some 45 million Americans to supposedly prevent the heart problems that——statistically speaking——very few of them would ever face.

It’s a wild success story... for the drug companies! But for patients, it’s often a nightmare of side effects, from short-term issues such as muscle pain to sky-rocketing long-term risks like diabetes.

Statins are now proven to hurt more people than they’ll ever help, yet guidelines written by industry hacks aim to EXPAND the use of these drugs to some 70 million Americans.

Sure it’s insanity, but it’s wildly profitable insanity. That’s the kind of crazy Big Pharma loves. And if they can pull the same stunt with a worthless dementia “prevention” drug, it’ll be like striking gold all over again.

But I have a better way.

You can slash your risk of dementia right now and even possibly stop it cold if it’s already kicking in, and you don’t have to wait for the new drugs of tomorrow.

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Turn the tables and beat Big Pharma at its own game by driving away dementia naturally.

And what REALLY makes this such sweet, sweet revenge is that Big Pharma is already desperately trying to turn each of these natural science-backed cures into pricey synthetic dementia drugs.

But you can get in on the ground floor right now starting with...

#1) B Vitamins: Big Pharma has been busily trying to find a way to patent a blend of common vitamins it hopes to sell as the next great “wonder drug.”

If they can get away with it, you can bet they’ll charge an arm and a leg for a synthetic version of something you can get right now for pennies a day: A quality vitamin B complex.

In a major study out of Oxford University, a blend of B6, B12 and folate slowed the rate of brain atrophy——“brain shrink”——by nearly a third in seniors with mild cognitive impairment.

For some seniors brain-shrink slowed by as much as 53 percent!

All our brains slim down a bit as we get older, but faster shrinkage is a major risk factor for dementia.

Slow it down, and you just might avoid the disease. The proof is in the research: In a different experiment, seniors given that same B blend—800 micrograms of folic acid, 500 micrograms of B12, and 20 milligrams of B6—did 70 percent better on memory tests than seniors given a placebo.

Shop around, and you’ll likely find a B complex with nearly identical levels.

#2) Benfotiamine: Alzheimer’s disease is so closely linked to diabetes that it’s been called “type 3 diabetes.” If you avoid diabetes——or control it——your chances of developing dementia will plunge. It’s that simple.

Diabetes is of course marked by high blood sugar, and excess sugar causes damage as it sugar coats the brain cells. Even non-diabetics with higher than average blood sugars face a higher risk of dementia.

Benfotiamine, a fat-soluble form of thiamine (vitamin B1) puts sugar to work so it doesn’t run rampant in your bloodstream. It’s great for diabetics, but it’s even better for people hoping to avoid diabetes... including “type 3 diabetes.”

In animal experiments, benfotiamine was able to both reduce the accumulation of beta amyloid——the proteins linked to dementia——and improve cognitive function.

A human clinical trial is under way right now, but why wait for those results? Benfotiamine is so safe and effective at helping prevent sugar-coated brain cells that I already take it with meals myself.

#3) Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Next time someone calls you a fat head, tell them they’re right. Because, when it comes right down to it your brain really IS composed primarily of fat.

Some two-thirds of your brain is fat, primarily the DHA like you’ll find in fish oil, and it needs a steady supply of the stuff to stay in shape.

Now back to battling brain shrink: Boost your DHA and it’s something you won’t have to worry much about. A 2012 study found high DHA intake will boost your brain volume AND turn you into the smartest kid in the room on memory tests.

Maybe that’s why studies have shown that folks with the highest omega-3 intake have half the dementia risk of those with the lowest intake.

You can eat fish several times a week——and I hope you do——but the best way to make sure your brain has what it needs on a consistent basis is to also take an omega-3 supplement.

#4) Nicotine: It’s a fact that smokers have a lower risk of degenerative brain diseases including both Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s.

The protection is so strong that Big Pharma has been desperately trying for years to create a drug that mimics the protective effects nicotine has on the brain, without actually using tobacco.

All this fiddling around in the lab isn’t about isolating the healthy compounds in tobacco. It’s about turning natural nicotine into a synthetic compound they can patent and sell at a huge markup.

But why mess with success?

We already have the perfect nicotine delivery system: the humble cigar. Take a puff, but don’t inhale (real cigar smokers never inhale). Hold the smoke in your mouth and the membrane in your cheeks will absorb the nicotine and distribute it throughout your body, including your brain.

Enjoy a cigar after meals. It’ll protect your brain and help with digestion too.