Simple prevention helps prevent dementia

Did you know: Every 66 seconds somebody develops dementia.

It’s an extremely common disease that mostly occurs in people 65+.

Like most natural medicines, there’s a powerful prevention that flies under the radar, because it doesn’t suit the medical industries moneymaking schemes.

For obvious reasons that I don’t need to get into here, the doctors make their dementia patients pay for expensive medicine that was mixed in a factory somewhere.

But this prevention is so easy to get your hands on, you just have to know exactly what it is…

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Another stat that may scare you even more than the one I started with is… dementia kills more people each year than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined.

But you shouldn’t have to suffer through that because there’s a natural prevention.

I think it’s safe to say that if we cured every single disease then doctors would be out of a job.

I’m not saying that your doctor is wanting you to fall ill, but I do think there’s somebody pulling the strings in the medical world while stockpiling mounds of cash.

You think doctors make a lot? Imagine what the pharmaceutical bigwigs make. They’re basically legal drug dealers.

But none of that matters to us, because my family has been using this dementia prevention for generations, and there’s living proof that it works…

So, how do you get your hands on this natural cure?

Go to your grocery store and take a walk down the organic aisle.

Now, I have my qualms with organic food, but in this case it has been used to prevent dementia in hundreds of thousands of cases.

There are a few specific types of organic food that doctors recommend, which are:

  • Anything that’s NOT processed
  • Colorful fruits and vegetables
  • Wild-caught fish
  • Olive oil
  • Nuts and seeds
  • Herbs and spices
  • And one of my favorites: one glass of red wine per day

There you have it. Eating those foods, and indulging in a little red-wine drinking, will help you dodge the dreadful disease of dementia.

Changing your diet is the most important step you can take in preventing this disease.

Along with adding those foods I’ve listed above to your diet, there are a few things you really need to avoid:

  • Processed foods
  • Excessive intake of alcohol
  • Tap water
  • Sugar
  • Refined grains
  • Any food or drink packaged in aluminum

Studies show that having too much of any of those things in your diet could lead to an early development of dementia.

There’s plenty of other things you could do to prevent this disease, like lots of exercise and a healthy amount of sleep each night, but the biggest factor for prevention is adjusting your diet in the ways I’ve spoken about.

By strictly sticking to eating the good foods, and staying away from the bad, dementia should become the last thing on your mind.

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