One hundred senior lives are SAVED every single month, thanks to a potent natural “therapy” that the mainstream will URGE you to avoid.
They’ll claim it’s damaging… dangerous… even deadly.
But new research reveals the truth about this “forbidden fruit.”
It can play a critical role in protecting your health from nearly every major chronic disease of aging.
And if you do it right, it can save and extend your life.
I haven’t even gotten to the best part of this one yet. It’s not some exotic supplement or a controversial vitamin.
In fact, it’s something you already know and love.
The incredible health boost… from BOOZE
Odds are, you’ve been avoiding alcohol because you’ve heard all the horror stories.
Well, friend, today I’m here with the permission you’ve been waiting for. If you like alcohol… and you’re healthy enough to handle it… if it doesn’t conflict with your meds… and if you can keep it light…
A light drinking “habit” is not only perfectly acceptable.
It could also play a key role in your health – and the OLDER you are, the BIGGER the alcohol benefits!
See, many studies only look at the “big picture” of alcohol. In other words, just the overall good and bad of drinking in all people, across all legal ages.
But there’s a problem with that.
Younger people suffer big when they drink too much booze with 40 percent of all alcohol related deaths hitting before the age of 40.
And younger people very rarely suffer from conditions like heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease, which moderate drinking can help protect against.
The numbers end up skewed – and it looks like drinking alcohol is dangerous in any amount, at any age. But the truth is, it’s really just young heavy drinkers dragging all of the numbers down and taking our booze with them.
Alcohol could help PROTECT your health
So the new study takes a different approach, looking exclusively at older people.
And if you’re in that category, the study finds alcohol offers protection from nearly everything you fear, including…
- heart disease
… and more
But it doesn’t just protect against those conditions in general. It can also help prevent you from dying of them. Which is why the new study finds that light to moderate drinking prevents 1,200 senior deaths every year.
Sounds like alcohol is another “bad” habit that’s not so bad after all.
The key – like in everything else – is moderation. If you know you can’t control it, don’t even bother.
But if you are a senior who likes the taste of alcohol and can keep it to about a drink a day, then go ahead and pour that glass – and enjoy every last sip.
You’ve earned it!