Exposed! The Secret Alzheimer’s Epidemic
For years, mainstream medicine hasn’t wanted to talk about it… but it’s finally here.
We have a full-blown Alzheimer’s epidemic on our hands.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Alzheimer’s death rates have soared by a shocking 55 percent in the past 15 years.
And it’s predicted to get even worse.
Researchers say they don’t know what’s causing the explosion of Alzheimer’s cases – and I say that’s total nonsense.
Because the REAL culprit behind the Alzheimer’s epidemic has been obvious for years – and the time is now to protect yourself and the people you love.
First, let me tell you what’s NOT causing the Alzheimer’s epidemic.
Some say it’s because we’re living longer, which gives our brains longer to break down.
We’re not talking about garden-variety forgetfulness or “senior moments”… we’re talking about an actual disease that DESTROYS your brain.
And it’s coming from somewhere. Specifically, our brains are being poisoned by Corporate America – and our government doesn’t want to do a thing to stop it.
Alzheimer’s is a modern disease, and I believe it’s caused by modern living.
Environmental toxicity is a big part of the Alzheimer’s puzzle.
Our food is laced with pesticides… our homes are loaded with solvents… and we’re eating processed junk that didn’t exist a couple of generations ago.
All of these things are neurotoxins… and they’ve ALL been linked to Alzheimer’s.
Mystery solved… but nobody wants to talk about it.
Let me give you an example. We’re using 2.5 times more pesticides today than we did in the 1960s, and a huge international study published last year proved that pesticide exposure is a major risk factor for Alzheimer’s.
That seems pretty clear-cut to me.
Our bodies have natural detoxification systems in place that are designed to filter out this bad stuff, but they are simply too tired and overworked to handle the ever-increasing toxic load.
The best thing we can do to prevent Alzheimer’s – and numerous other scourges of modern living – is to get back to a more natural way of living.
You can start by avoiding environmental toxins as much as possible. The easiest way to do this is to control what you bring into your house and what you put on your body.
Buy organic. No pesticides in or around your home.
Start looking at ingredients. Chances are, if you can’t pronounce it, it’s not good for you.
And make sure you’re out in the sun every day. This increases your levels of vitamin D, which can lower your Alzheimer’s risk.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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