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We Have A Cure For Alzheimer’s Disease And Other Dementias

Written by: Patrick Smith, Executive Contributor

Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.


Why don’t we hear about the real breakthroughs in dementia and Alzheimer’s disease treatments?

For the past thirty years, the research and scientific community has been searching with no success to find a treatment that can help retain or improve cognitive decline. The headlines state: “we are getting closer”, “we have a major breakthrough in development”, “the cure is just around the corner”, and “we just need more money”. This is primarily because our modern system of healthcare has been structured to treat illness. Insurance protection is designed for procedures, surgeries, testing, MRIs, and office visits.

The entire healthcare empire is economically centered on how to get paid, and we have all been brainwashed to believe this is normal. What’s the first question you get when appearing in the healthcare system? “What insurance do you have?”, and the quality of your insurance determines your reaction from the provider. Many people may not know, but the amount of service and quality is solely based on how billable you are.

In the past few years, data and proof is emerging that show early intervention in dementia is making tremendous strides in slowing, preventing, and even reversing the scourge of cognitive deficits.

Published studies are clearly defining that prevention is possible. These facts are astonishing scientifically and point to the right approach to preventing dementia and other chronic diseases. Yet the general public has no idea because it doesn’t fit the narrative our healthcare system depends upon, money!

The empire of insurance, pharmaceutical companies, massive food conglomerates, hospital systems, and the medical community relies on keeping you sick.

Take about ten steps back and rethink your approach to health. Finding ways to empower yourself and understanding how you eat, sleep, move throughout the day, and keep yourself active and engaged with a purpose is the right way. The data is really clear on this, and the proof is pouring out for all to see. However, it does take consciousness and self-education.

The mission of Brain Love Health is to help you understand the ways to stay healthy, in body, mind, and spirit.

Don’t keep drinking the kool-aid that is being forced on you, day, after day, after day. We have entered a new era and it looks promising for all of us, but it does take a mindset adjustment.

There is a vast network of practitioners, physicians, and support that can help you on your path. It is not complicated and will save your life, your memories, your happiness, and your pocketbook.

Cheers to your health!

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Patrick Smith, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine

Patrick S. Smith is an innovative entrepreneur who has worked for over 40 years in the Health Care, pharmaceutical, and medical nutrition arena. His accomplishments span many decades and have been recognized by major healthcare institutions, and he has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate Degree for his pioneering contributions to providing complex patient care in the home setting. He has spoken at over 100 Health Care Conferences and was voted as one of the top Health Care Service CEO’s in the USA by the Wall Street Transcript. His lifelong passion has been to provide game-changing creative solutions to some of society’s most pressing medical problems.



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