Whether you’re 45 or 85, it’s never too
early or too late to start fighting for your
brain — and your quality of life.
With these 4 easy steps, you’ll have fewer
embarrassing memory lapses . . . clearer
thinking . . . and improved attention
span in as little as 7 days!
And these scientifically proven techniques
— I’ll show you
right now so you can get started today!
From the Desk of Nancy Reynolds, Newsmax Health Publisher
I don’t have to tell you how devastating Alzheimer’s disease can be.
Maybe you have a parent . . . a relative . . . or a friend who no longer remembers your face or your name.
Maybe you’ve watched them slowly waste away, forgetting who they are and the beautiful life they’ve lived.
Or maybe you’ve just heard horror stories or seen films with characters who have dementia.
Either way, it seems like there’s a lot to worry about.
After all, after nearly 40 years of research, we still have no cure for this terrible disease . . . and we’re all marching slowly toward the cutoff date (age 65) where our risk starts to accelerate.
Maybe you’re even past that cutoff date.
And you start to wonder . . . are those “senior moments” the beginning of Alzheimer’s?
If you have a family history of the disease, you can’t help but worry about getting it, too.
If you forget where you left your keys . . . are you that much closer to forgetting your own name . . . and being completely dependent on someone else’s care?
If you’re worried, you’re not alone . . . and the good news is, you’re not helpless.
Until a Medical Breakthrough Occurs, There Is Only One
Thing We Can Do to Fight Alzheimer’s Disease . . .
Before the last decade, we honestly didn’t know much about Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
We knew that it led to memory loss, dementia, and eventually death . . . but that was about it.
I have hope that within the decade to come, we’ll have some kind of breakthrough that changes the face of AD for the millions currently suffering and those at risk.
But that’s at least ten years away. Do you have that kind of time?
I know I don’t.
That’s why I’ve enlisted the help of Dr. Gary Small, one of the foremost experts on Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, and director of the UCLA Longevity Center.
He spends a lot of his time working on improving preventative measures for Alzheimer’s patients.
Because right now, prevention or delay of onset is the only thing we can do.
And believe it or not, prevention is good enough . . . because it could mean never having symptoms in your lifetime.
That’s about as good as never having the disease in the first place.
Let me explain . . .
Let’s say, for the sake of argument, that you know you’re going to develop Alzheimer’s dementia at age 78.
But using Dr. Small’s proven preventative measures, you can delay your symptoms until age 82 . . . and you’ll pass from this world at age 83.
You’ll have won an extra four years of mental clarity . . . time with your children, grandchildren, and even great-grandchildren . . .
An extra four years of independence . . . productivity . . . and living life to the fullest.
Those extra, symptom-free years are precious and worth spending just a few minutes a day to win.
Dr. Small has seen many people go through that same scenario . . . and come out defeating Alzheimer’s before it could even raise its fists.
Here’s my three-part promise to you:
First, science has shown that the genetic predisposition for Alzheimer’s only accounts for one-third of your risk of getting the disease. Your decisions today are more important than your DNA — by at least 66%!
Second, these four simple steps aren’t random. They’ve been proven time and again with Dr. Small’s patients, his UCLA research team, and multiple times in other dementia studies around the globe.
They’ve been shown to delay the symptoms of Alzheimer’s dementia successfully.
Third, if you follow them, they can do the same for you (even if you have a family history of AD).
But before we get this show on the road, let me introduce Dr. Gary Small briefly . . .
Dr. Gary Small is a Pioneer at the Forefront of His Work
Dr. Small firmly believes that memory defines who we are. Without it, we can’t remember the past . . . we can’t plan for the future . . . and we have no context for appreciating the present.
That’s why it’s imperative to protect your physical brain and mental health today — now — while you still have the clarity to do so.
Here’s a brief overview of his career:
- He has been practicing medicine and psychiatry since he earned his medical degree in 1977 from the University of Southern California.
- He is now a professor of psychiatry and aging at UCLA . . . where he also acts as director of the Longevity Center at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior.
- He has authored over 400 scientific research papers on Alzheimer’s disease, aging, heart disease, memory, and natural medicine . . .
- He’s appeared on a number of TV shows and networks, including “The Today Show,” “ABC’s 20/20,” CNN, and PBS . . .
- And he’s won several awards, including the Jack Weinberg Award from the American Psychiatric Association and the Senior Investigator Award from the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry.
- He has also written several popular books with his wife, Gigi Vorgan, including “The New York Times” bestseller, The Memory Bible, The Longevity Bible, and The Alzheimer’s Prevention Program, now in its second edition.
He’s actively involved in research . . . but he’s most passionate about putting that research to good use, with both his own patients and the general public.
And now, he’s here to help you.
Are you ready to get started? Let’s get to it!
The 4 Essential Steps to Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease
At first, these steps might sound like something you’ve heard before. But chances are, what you’ve heard is inaccurate or exaggerated.
Just stick with me, and you’ll see what science has proven about these measures . . . and how little effort it actually takes to make a difference.
So here they are, in no particular order because each one is equally important:
Alzheimer’s Prevention Step #1:
Do Those Crossword Puzzles!
Whether you do crossword puzzles, Sudoku, or online brain-training games like Lumosity, actively training your memory and mental function is going to make a huge difference in the prevention or delay of Alzheimer’s dementia.
Scientists and doctors used to think that once the brain stopped developing around age 25, that was the brain you were stuck with.
But about a decade ago, Dr. Fred Gage and his research team at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies proved that neurons can grow and become more robust with exercise.
This process is called neurogenesis or neuroplasticity.
Amazingly, your brain is literally like a muscle in this way. If you train it, it will get better. If you don’t, it will atrophy.
“Use it or lose it” is absolutely applicable here.
While there’s no placebo-controlled, double-blind study proving crosswords can prevent AD, a recent analysis of 5,600 people 65 and older revealed that engaging in stimulating leisure activities over a four-year period resulted in significant delays of the onset of dementia.
In his book, The Alzheimer’s Prevention Program, Dr. Small writes at length about which types of memory games work the best, and how often you need to do them to see benefits. He also gives samples of excellent puzzles and training techniques you can use to see immediate improvement in your mental health.
Alzheimer’s Prevention Step #2:
Brain Healthy Nutrition
I’m loath to use the word “diet” here, because eating healthfully is a lifelong choice, not a two-week fad designed for fast, unhealthy weight loss.
You already know that eating healthy is important for your brain as well as your heart and waistline, and for preventing diseases.
Unfortunately, most of what you’ve been told by the media or other ill-informed sources is probably not accurate.
Here are the basics of a brain-boosting diet:
- Antioxidants. Yes, we need them! A study with Dr. Small’s UCLA research team showed that drinking 8 ounces of pomegranate juice daily for a month significantly increased memory performance.
- Healthy Fats. Did you know your brain is 70% fat? The brain requires healthy fats from your diet in order to survive and maintain healthy brain tissue. (That’s why people on cholesterol-lowering drugs and low-fat diets sometimes complain of “brain fog.”)
Numerous studies have shown that omega-3 fatty acids fight the damage done by the amyloid plaques and tau tangles in Alzheimer’s disease.
Walnuts, olive oil, and fish are all sources of healthy fats . . . but most animal meat, mayonnaise, and butter are high in omega-6 fatty acids, which promote dangerous inflammation.
- Nutritious Carbohydrates. In our “processed food” culture, we’re prone to eating carbs that have had their nutrients stripped away and artificially replaced . . . instead we need to eat natural whole grains.
Whole grains — such as brown rice, oatmeal, and even popcorn — are brain-healthy and non-inflammatory, and help prevent strokes.
When eaten with protein, such as nuts, fish, and lean white meats, these healthy carbs make you feel fuller longer, and provide more energy.
- Alcohol in Moderation. A recent study of nearly 15,000 people showed that light drinkers had a nearly 30% lower chance of dementia compared to those who don’t drink or those who overindulge.
Another study even found that rats who drank the equivalent of 6 human ounces of red wine had better memories and less of the proteins that build amyloid plaques in the brain.
In The Alzheimer’s Prevention Program, Dr. Small also discusses the effects of caffeine on dementia prevention, the best spices for brain health, and much more.
You’ll also find a complete eating plan that helps you slowly make better, healthier diet decisions that benefit your brain!
Alzheimer’s Prevention Step #3:
Get Off the Couch and Fight For Your Mind
Dr. Small loves to talk about his wife’s grandmother, Ollie.
She lived to be 104 . . . and she was as sharp as a tack until the day she died.
She was never bedridden . . . never relied on a wheelchair . . . and as far as I know, hardly even used a cane or walker.
And her memory was impeccable. She never forgot someone’s birthday — ever. (And the way Dr. Small tells it, you didn’t want to forget hers!)
One of the primary reasons she never got Alzheimer’s disease or any other form of dementia was because she lived on the third floor of an apartment building in New York City.
That means she was constantly walking. She’d take those stairs many times every day . . . to go to the grocer’s . . . do her washing . . . or to go to the post office.
Aerobic exercise isn’t just good for your heart — it’s good for your brain, too. When your heart rate is up, it means you’re pumping more oxygen and nutrient-infused blood to your brain.
But you don’t need to spend hours upon hours pounding down the treadmill to get the benefits.
Harvard researchers found that a total of 90 minutes of brisk walking per week — that’s only 15 minutes per day — was all that older women needed to delay cognitive decline.
Plus, studies have shown that exercise increases growth of brain blood vessels that deliver oxygen, as well as brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF).
BDNF is a protein that stimulates brain cell growth and synaptic connections, which leads to a more efficient, sensitive, and adaptive brain . . . and it’s associated with reduced risk for AD.
In The Alzheimer’s Prevention Program, you’ll also discover more about boosting your brain power with weight training and balance exercises . . . and how to put together an effective but time-sensitive exercise plan that works for you and your schedule.
Alzheimer’s Prevention Step #4:
Rein in Stress To Fortify Neurons
Medicine defines stress as tension, anxiety, nervousness, irritation, fear, or sleep problems.
It’s not always easy to control stress. In fact, it’s usually easier to just be stressed out!
But stress correlates directly with chronic disease . . . and Alzheimer’s disease is no different.
According to Dr. Lena Johansson’s 35-year study at the University of Gothenberg, women who experienced frequent stress in midlife had a 65% greater risk for Alzheimer’s disease than those who did not.
That’s a huge risk factor — but thankfully, it’s completely reversible with these simple tricks:
- Get more sleep. Not only does it help improve your memory, it reduces chronic inflammation in the brain and flushes out toxins from the day’s use.
- Try meditation. Even if it means clearing your mind for just a few minutes, meditation has been shown to increase the volume of gray matter in the hippocampus, the brain area that controls learning and memory.
- Get your heart pumping. Cardiovascular exercise releases endorphins that make brains very happy. And cardio doesn’t have to be boring! Rope in a friend to play tennis or basketball, go for a swim, or ride a bike. Keeping your workouts new keeps your body guessing and your brain engaged.
Enjoying a night out with friends is another great way to reduce stress. Finding and keeping a good group of supportive friends is vital to minimizing stress and protecting the brain.
Now, all of this is discussed in detail — with more studies, proof, and key tricks for reducing stress — in The Alzheimer’s Prevention Program.
But before I tell you more about this unprecedented guide to dementia prevention, I’d like you to take a second and really absorb what I’ve just told you.
Those “senior moments” and lapses of memory . . . your fear that you’re slowly losing your mind . . . your constant worries about your genetic disposition to dementia . . .
They’re not a sentence. You can do something about them.
That should feel pretty good. It means that there’s hope for you . . . your loved ones . . . and your children.
Just imagine sailing into your 70s . . . 80s . . . 90s . . . even celebrating your 100th birthday, fully functioning and cognitively sharp.
You’ll be able to intellectually joust with your kids and grandkids . . . tell stories you’ve never told them before (and know that you haven’t told them) . . . and stay independent for the majority of your golden years.
You can live a truly full life . . . free of disease, hospice, and unnecessary stress or heartache.
That means together, we can keep those AD diagnosis rates from skyrocketing.
We can even save our nation billions of dollars in healthcare bills.
Okay. Now I’ll tell you about the book that could potentially change — or even save — your life.
The Alzheimer’s Prevention Program
Provides a Thorough Education and Step-by-Step
Plan for Enhancing the Best Years of Your Life . . .
With Tangible Benefits in as Little as 7 Days!
Dr. Small once told me this . . .
“As a doctor, I often wish I could clone myself. I wish I could see 100 patients per day, do my research, and teach, all at once,” he said.
“Unfortunately, the technology’s not quite there . . . so the next best thing is to write a book.”
The Alzheimer’s Prevention Program is a 237-page, in-depth version of the experience you’d get if you were to visit Dr. Small’s office in Los Angeles.
He would ask you a few questions and run a few tests about the state of your memory . . . he’d teach you about the four lifestyle changes you can make . . . and he’d offer you a step-by-step plan you could follow starting tomorrow.
This book is all that and more.
Let me give you a sneak peek at the information inside and the actual Prevention Program itself, so you can see just how easy this thing is to follow . . . and why you can legitimately feel the benefits in as little as seven days.
Here’s what you’ll find in the meaty chapters of this brain-saving book:
Next, you’ll move on to those four simple prevention steps we talked about above.
- You’ll begin to strengthen your memory with a crash course in Memory Training 101. You’ll master Dr. Small’s LOOK, SNAP, CONNECT technique for remembering pretty much anything . . . including names and faces, and pulling words off the “tip of the tongue.” He’ll also show you the Roman Room Method for remembering speeches, long lists, and even series of playing cards.
- Physical exercise protects the brain — but you don’t need to spend hours on the treadmill! In this chapter, you’ll discover the number one aerobic exercise for brain health . . . how pumping iron builds brain muscle . . . as well as tips for getting started if you’ve been sedentary for a period of time.
Plus, you’ll get the top 8 brisk exercises you can do (half of which aren’t exercises at all), a crash course in strength and resistance training, the best way to increase your balance and mental strength, and how to keep fitness fun and safe.
All of this takes just a few minutes a day, not hours. And Dr. Small makes it incredibly easy to follow. This is something everyone can do, no matter how busy you are!
- Revamp your nutrition for a healthy brain. Eating healthfully doesn’t have to be difficult — and following a brain-healthy diet is actually good for your entire body.
It doesn’t matter if you have heart problems, diabetes, or arthritis, this nutrition plan will make you feel good.
You’ll feel alive, energetic, and less sluggish.
You’ll be powering through your days and increasing your memory power exponentially.
If eating healthfully scares you, or you’ve been resistant to it in the past, don’t worry. This plan is completely foolproof. You’ll find grocery lists and exact meal plans (with snacks) to keep you full, happy, and healthier than you’ve ever been.
- In the mental workouts chapter, you’ll find 12 pages of puzzles and brain games to get your mind working.
And you’ll see how to awaken “sleepy” neurons . . . new computer games that energize your mind . . . how to “cross-train” your brain . . . and even why you should spend time with your friends more often.
You’ll also discover how the brain can literally rewire itself to be more productive, recall information faster, or do anything you set your mind to! (Pun intended.)
- Finally, you’ll learn how to reduce stress in order to fortify and even rebuild brain tissue.
You’ll see how depression, stress, and AD are all linked . . . how your hormones affect stress and how you can control them . . . the stress of technology and multitasking in our modern world . . . and more!
With Dr. Small’s easy plan, you’ll feel empowered to take charge of over 66% of your risk for Alzheimer’s disease.
Now, let me show you a sample of the Prevention Program, and what you can expect.
This is the outline of Day One of the Alzheimer’s prevention plan . . .
- Wake up stretch and conditioning — 2 minutes
- Drink a glass of water
- Breakfast includes grapefruit, oatmeal with nuts and raisins, yogurt or milk, and your favorite breakfast beverage.
- Morning mental warm up
- Aerobics on the go — 5 minutes
- Reward your good work with a snack — a cup of yogurt with walnuts and green tea or water
- Midmorning brain training, where you’ll learn to use the LOOK, SNAP, CONNECT technique for improving memory — 4 minutes
- Lunch is a delicious chicken salad with crackers and fruit
- Afternoon stress relief — 3 minutes
- Afternoon snack
- Afternoon brain training — 1 minute
- Dinner is a salmon filet, green salad, brown rice, steamed veggies and fruit sorbet . . . and a glass of wine if you like!
- Evening aerobics/stress relief — 10 minutes
- Evening brain training — 2 minutes
As you can see, beyond the time it takes to cook and eat, there’s only 27 additional minutes of physical and mental exercise!
When it’s spread out through the day like this, that makes it incredibly easy to achieve.
And you really can make a huge difference with just a few minutes of aerobics at a time!
Plus, everything is laid out for you. Dr. Small walks you step-by-step through your mental exercises, explaining everything as you go. He shows you how to do the brief (but important) physical exercises, stress relief, and more.
He also lays out a grocery shopping list for you, so you know exactly what to put in a brain-boosting kitchen.
This plan is absolutely foolproof . . . it’s 100% doable for everyone . . . and it works!
At the end of the first week, you should see a marked improvement in your memory, mood, and energy levels . . . and possibly even your waistline.
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Take action today . . . and I’ll see you on the inside!
To your healthy brain,
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