Head Start May Sale
April 28, 2017
Dear Steve, 

DID YOU KNOW that the FDA just approved genetic company 23andMe's screening for late-onset Alzheimer's disease? If 23andMe has already screened your genome for health and wellness traits, you can choose to see your late-onset Alzheimer's risk at your 23andMe home page.

If you have increased genetic risk for late-onset Alzheimer's, we have a new protocol to help prevent the gene's negative expression! See details below.

DID YOU KNOW that you can start ordering May sale items today? You can still order April items through Sunday as well.

Have a happy, healthy day. Steve and Bonnie
Memory Guard Protocol -
Protect Yourself!

Bonnie and Steve: 
Like computer hackers trying to steal our identities, "memory hackers" are lifestyle factors that constantly try to degrade our brain function.

Over time, memory hackers can steal our most cherished possession, our memory. As vociferously as we can say it...we don't want to let that happen.

Our Memory Guard Protocol is an individualized evaluation that can help support memory, as well as provide treatment for memory loss, dementia and early-onset Alzheimer's disease.

Every cutting-edge diet and lifestyle factor will be explored, ruled out, and fixed to improve and guard your memory. No medication for memory loss today can make this claim.  

No bloodwork is necessary. Takes 45 minutes and costs only $115. By phone or in-office appointments available.

Who is best suited for this protocol? Anyone who wants to restore, improve, or maintain memory for themselves or family members. Especially relevant for those who currently have, or have a family history of, memory loss, dementia, Alzheimer's disease, or the genetic SNP (deficiency) associated with Alzheimer's disease.

Email us or call 847-498-3422 for details and to set up your appointment.
Lutein, Zeaxanthin, and Cognition
Steve: According to a recent study from The Journals of Gerontology, optimal lutein and zeaxanthin intake have more benefits than just eye health. 

In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers examined over 4,000 adults 50 or older, and found that the two carotenoids were linked to "better composite scores across the domains of global cognition, memory, and executive function".

Zeaxanthin was also found to be associated with better processing speed.

The researchers believe that the beneficial properties of lutein and zeaxanthin are a result of their cellular antiinflammatory effect.

While we have lauded the benefits of lutein and zeaxanthin for its protective effect of the eyes, now we can add a protective effect for our brains!
We appreciate your continued patronage and support.

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Have a happy, healthy day,

Bonnie, Steve, Carolyn, Lilo, Elizabeth, Sharron, and Jeannie
(847) 498 3422 

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