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Easy Trick SLASHES Dementia Risk 23%

Dear Reader,

If there’re a more frightening diagnosis than dementia, I haven’t seen it.

You shouldn’t have to spend your senior years slowly losing your precious memories… your personality… and even your independence.

And starting today, you may not have to.

Because Japanese researchers have just discovered a simple eating formula that could slash your dementia risk by an impressive 23 percent.

That means it could keep you from EVER getting dementia.

And the best part? You can get started today.

A team of scientists from Tohuku University in Japan have just discovered that citrus fruits hold the key to warding off dementia (you won’t believe why… I’ll explain in a moment).

And by no small measure!

The Tohuku team tracked the diet and brain health of over 13,000 older adults for seven years.

Participants with a diet rich in citrus fruits like oranges, grapefruits, limes, and lemons enjoyed a 23 percent lower risk of developing neurological issues like dementia or Alzheimer’s.

And you only had to eat citrus once or twice a week to see results.

So, how is this possible?

Well, we all know that citrus is high in vitamin C – but the real secret here seems to be the brain-boosting compound nobiletin.

Nobiletin, which is found in citrus fruits, is known to slow, stop, and even reverse the signs of cognitive decline and memory loss.

Together, vitamin C and nobiletin are incredibly powerful!

If there’s a way to avoid dementia – especially by doing something so simple – it’s worth trying.

And if you don’t enjoy citrus fruits, you can just incorporate citrus flavonoid supplements into your daily routine. Options from Professional Supplement Center and Nature’s Sunshine include nobiletin and lots more healthy ingredients.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health