They make it sound like the beginning of the end. Once your mind starts to slip, there’s no going back.
There’s just one direction, and it’s all downhill from here. Impairment leads to decline, and decline leads to dementia.
But if you’re facing that slide yourself… if you’re experiencing the memory slips the docs call cognitive impairment or even cognitive decline… new research reveals a way you could turn it all around.
With this trick you could…
- STOP the slide
- SAVE your brain
- CLAW YOUR WAY back
Yes, friend, you not only won’t continue that frightening slide into decline and dementia. You can REVERSE it.
The new study shows how. And you’re going to absolutely LOVE this one.
FORBIDDEN foods REVERSE cognitive impairment
You like steak, right? I mean, who doesn’t?!?!
The mainstream will lecture you that red meat is terrible. They’ll insist that saturated fats are dangerous.
But the new study proves just the opposite!
It finds that switching to a high-fat low-carb diet can succeed where 400+ drugs have so far failed in clinical trials.
It can REVERSE memory loss and IMPROVE cognition in older folks – specifically those who are already suffering from mild cognitive impairment.
The key is in ketones.
Allow me to explain: One of the hallmarks of Alzheimer’s, especially early on – before symptoms even appear – is that the brain loses the ability to use sugar as fuel.
It’s like diabetes in the brain.
It’s so closely linked to diabetes, in fact, that many doctors refer to Alzheimer’s as “type 3 diabetes.”
But studies have shown the brain can REPLACE glucose with those ketones I just mentioned.
Those are molecules cranked out by the liver when it processes fat.
As you can imagine, going low-carb will cause your levels of ketones to skyrocket. And it turns out that’s just what your starving brain is craving.
Memory scores soared by 15%
In the new study, the folks who followed the diet most closely had the highest levels of ketones. And those with the highest levels of ketones did BETTER on memory tests.
And I don’t just mean they beat out the control group.
They beat their OWN original scores.
In other words, at a time when they were supposed to be in cognitive decline, they actually IMPROVED, boosting memory scores by 15 percent.
Meanwhile, folks in the study on a low-fat diet saw their own scores on those tests drop.
With motivation like that, cutting out those added sugars and making the switch to low carb should be a breeze. And sticking to the plan will be a no brainer when you start to feel the results.
As your mind and memory come back… when the lights that were dimming spark with new life… as you get SHARPER and MORE FOCUSED, there’s not a chance in the world you’ll want to return to your old diet and the cognitive impairment that goes with it.
Do your brain, and body, a favor, and make the switch to a lower-carb eating plan today.