More than 26 million people worldwide are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease.
Over the next 40 years that number is expected to jump to more than 100 million.
This is the conclusion of Johns Hopkins University researchers who presented their findings at a recent Alzheimer’s Association conference.
Lead researcher Ron Brookmeyer told the Associated Press that even modest advances in preventing Alzheimer’s or preventing its progression “could have a huge global public health impact.”
Here at HSI we couldn’t agree more with Mr. Brookmeyer’s assessment. And that’s why HSI researchers recently produced a new report titled “Stop Memory Loss in its Tracks.”
In this free report you’ll find invaluable information about an extract of Chinese club moss called huperzine A that has been shown to significantly improve cognition in Alzheimer’s patients. This extract may also improve memory in those who have no symptoms of cognitive decline.
You can access your free copy of “Stop Memory Loss in its Tracks” at this link: http://www.hsionline.com/reports/memory.pdf