Alzheimer’s – The Science of Prevention. Right now, more than half the Americans who reach the age of 85 are developing Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s has reached epidemic proportions with more than 5.8 million Americans having been diagnosed with this disease. Worldwide, over 40 million individuals have been given this diagnosis – Alzheimer’s disease, a disease for which we have no meaningful treatment. There’s a common misconception that whether or not we get Alzheimer’s disease is something that’s out of our hands. But that is absolutely a misconception. Our actions today, the choices that we make, pave the way for our brain’s destiny in terms of health, functionality, and risk for this disease. Cutting edge research is showing that certain foods can slash your risk! Each and every one of us can drastically improve our brain health and disease resistance by implementing the simple recommendations revealed by renowned neurologist David Perlmutter, MD. It’s time to embrace the notion of preventive medicine, specifically as it relates to brain health. To help you move forward on a brain-healthy journey, Food Revolution Summit speaker and renowned neurologist David Perlmutter, MD, has just released a brand new book on the Top 7 Brain Health Foods. The nutrient-rich brain foods listed in Dr. Perlmutter’s new book can help:• Protect your brain from inflammation• Nurture your gut (which will foster a healthier brain)• Reduce your risk of diabetes (a leading risk factor for Alzheimer’s)• Provide your brain with the nutrients it needs to thrive• Improve cognitive function and mental health. Neurologist David Perlmutter, MD has been studying the brain virtually his entire adult life, and he is absolutely convinced that, by and large, Alzheimer’s is a preventable disease. This is what our most well respected mainstream research is telling us. The seven foods are:1. Blueberries,2. Leafy Green Vegetables,3. Avocados,4. Fermented Foods,5. Prebiotic Foods,6. Nuts,7. CoffeeHow many of them are you already eating on a regular basis?
Yours in Health,
Michael Scruggs, Healthier U Inc.