Would you like to:
- End brain fog once and for all — even if you’ve been dealing with it for years
- Prevent or reverse “seemingly harmless” signs of mental decline
- Improve your memory now, and add up to 7.5 years of sharp cognition to your life
- Fall asleep faster, sleep deeper, and wake up more refreshed than you ever thought possible
- Delight your taste buds with brain-boosting new recipes
- Best of all — discover how to finally succeed at lasting habit change by leveraging the latest neuroscience
If that sounds good, you’re
in the right place!
If you’re like many people, you may experience the
occasional moment of forgetfulness. As a matter of fact...
It’s surprisingly common how
nervously joke about experiencing cognitive
decline starting as early
as their 40s.
Are these moments harmless…
or are they warning signs from
Any of these sound familiar?
- Ha, I left my keys in the refrigerator. I must be getting dementia.
- Where are my glasses? Oh, ha, they’re on top of my head.
- I must be losing it.
- I just have part-timers. Part of the time, I’m all here; the other times, I’m not all there.
We often use humor to hide our fear. It feels easier to shrug these little moments off with a chuckle and a smile. “Nothing’s wrong,” we tell ourselves.
But how do we know if we might be ignoring a distress signal from our brain?
How do you know when these moments —
- Why can’t I focus like I used to?
- Why did I forget to stop at the grocery store?
- How come I have trouble remembering words and people’s names?
- Wait. Why did I come into this room?
— are actually foreshadowing oncoming dementia?
The time to take action is now.
The fact is that right now, worldwide,
50 million people
are living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.(1)
Officially, Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States.(2)
But many researchers believe that Alzheimer’s is grossly underreported on death certificates.
In fact, it might be America’s third-most deadly disease, behind only heart disease and cancer.(2)
While nearly every chronic disease you can think of — cardiovascular disease, cancer, stroke, HIV — is in decline…
Deaths due to Alzheimer’s have increased by nearly 87%
in the last decade.(3)
And, the next decade could be even worse.
Tragically, most people don’t give their brain the attention it deserves — until it’s too late.
Here’s an important stat you need to know:
Right now, people over the age
of 85 have a 50/50 chance of developing dementia.(4)
Many of us can reasonably expect to live beyond 85, especially if treatments for major diseases continue to improve. This means that almost every single family will be affected by a loved one with dementia.
The emotional cost of the disease is immeasurable.
And the financial cost is absolutely overwhelming. Unprepared families can be devastated by the healthcare costs of this disease — years of doctors, medications, and round-the-clock care is expensive, even with insurance.
In fact, Alzheimer’s is the #1 most costly disease in America. And rates of Alzheimer’s are expected to triple in the next generation!(4, 5)
But I’m not here to depress you. Keep reading
to find out about SOLUTIONS.
Does this work?
Here’s Steve’s Story.
At 62 years old — fairly young by the standards of most Alzheimer’s or dementia patients — Steve was experiencing a constant sense of mental fogginess and lack of clarity.
He said it was like he wasn’t even there — like he was having a constant out-of-body experience: a dreamlike state, almost a nonexistence.
Steve was struggling to maintain a thought process from beginning to end, and so was hardly able to focus long enough to have coherent thoughts, let alone communicate them. He exhibited enough cognitive decline to be diagnosed with early-stage dementia.
One thing that stood out about Steve was that he used to be an athlete. He had run his whole life until age 56 when he stopped because of an injury. Even though his injury healed, he never ran again. He became a couch potato.
Steve hadn’t gained weight, but his muscles were weak, and he became light-headed when getting up out of a chair. He had lost almost all motivation and zeal for life.
He could feel his brain starting to turn to mush, and he was worried about what would happen if he didn’t do something about his situation.
Steve didn’t want to continue on this path. He wanted to make sure the next decades of his life were enriching and full of lasting experiences with his loved ones. And his family was desperate to hold on to their husband, father, uncle, and grandfather as long as possible.
Was there anything he could do?
Did this stuff work for him?
I’m glad you asked. Remember…
Steve had already been diagnosed
at another clinic.
But, when Team Sherzai examined Steve, they realized that he didn’t have Alzheimer's; it was something else.
However, it wasn’t all great news.
He did have short-term memory loss, and all aspects of cognition were involved: attention, focus, recall, and executive function.
What an emotional roller coaster for Steve. To first get an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, to later learn that it wasn’t Alzheimer’s, but then to immediately discover it was something else that might be just as bad.
It would have been so easy for Steve to lose hope and give up. Thankfully, he wasn’t with ordinary doctors. He was with Team Sherzai, who could very well be the world’s top experts on how to fight Alzheimer’s and boost brain health with diet and lifestyle.
He committed to their program.
Shortly after implementing the pillars of NEURO — which the entire Healthy Brain course is built upon — Steve was up and moving, he was walking more with recovered balance.
His brain fog completely cleared.
His blood pressure improved.
His zeal for life returned.
He got his brain back.
He got his life back.
And his wife, children, and grandkids
got Steve back.
I’m so excited to introduce Drs.
Dean and Ayesha Sherzai (Team Sherzai)
Two neurologists who
abandoned their lucrative careers
in pharmaceutical research so
they could dedicate their lives to uncovering a natural and effective way to end Alzheimer’s.
Team Sherzai is a marvelous and unique husband and wife team on the cutting-edge of brain science.
Ayesha and Dean met at a small party and fell in love almost immediately. They quickly discovered that their grandfathers had known each other. Both of whom were brilliant, kind, wise, hardworking, and made a huge impact upon the world. And both of whom had developed dementia while their heartbroken families watched.
With backgrounds at Columbia University and prestigious research institutes like National Institute of Health (NIH), the Sherzai’s could have continued their work as rising stars in Big Pharma.
They walked away from their
high-powered careers because
hey wanted to find a solution
for the Alzheimer’s epidemic.
Spoiler alert: they did.
But they had to leave their lucrative jobs first.
You see, despite the best efforts of thousands of hardworking scientists around the world, there still isn’t an effective pharmaceutical treatment for dementia.
But thankfully, Team Sherzai got to work developing the only scientifically proven plan to fight Alzheimer’s before it even starts…
All it takes is the right food and a few
Team Sherzai has discovered a proven method for slowing or even sometimes reversing symptoms of cognitive decline, dementia, and giving millions of people a
These same discoveries are also
shown to help boost brain power, memory, and productivity — while increasing deep sleep and energy
in as little as a few weeks.
In the last 15 years,
brain health science
Unless you’re a neurologist,
have missed these breakthroughs…
but it’s far too important to skip.
Are you ready to finally give
your brain what it needs?
With Healthy Brain, Team Sherzai
will empower you to…
- Get optimal results through stunningly simple, doable actions
- Prepare brain-healthy meals — easily, affordably, and deliciously
- Utilize proven habit change hacks to consistently achieve your goals
- Make it easy to live a brain-healthy life — so you can get the results you want
- Enjoy the lifestyle that’s been proven to reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s disease — and that can ALSO help you lose any excess weight while lowering your risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer, arthritis, osteoporosis, and many other ailments
In the next 15 years, if we don’t change course, dementia will overwhelm not just our health care system, but society as we know it. The emotional cost of the disease is immeasurable, and the financial cost is absolutely overwhelming.
This trillion-dollar disease could collapse our already overburdened health care system.
And even more importantly, it will overwhelm our families and communities.
Every family right now has a connection with somebody suffering from this disease. The person with Alzheimer's suffers the loss of their memory, their impulse control, and their very identity. And the family members tasked with caring for them may suffer even more.
The truth is, your
brain is priceless.
And the time to take action is now.
Drs. Dean and Ayesha have spent over 15 years researching the truth about dementia and helping thousands of their patients to reclaim their brains and their lives.
Now they’ve distilled their hard-won research and turned it into a brilliant, never-look-back program that can finally put your brain on the right path.
What’s that worth?
What’s it worth to have your mental health, clarity, memories, and the independence that make it easy for you to live your life on your terms, connected with your loved ones for decades to come?
Everyone needs this information.
That’s why Team Sherzai designed Healthy Brain so that it doesn’t depend on fancy supplements or gadgets that cost an arm and a leg.
In fact, you’ll be pleased to know that most of what you need to protect and enhance your brain health is free!
- “Dementia”. World Health Organization. 19 Sept 2019.
Available from: https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/dementia
- “Alzheimer’s Disease Fact Sheet.” NIH. National Institute on Aging. Reviewed 22 May 2019.
Available from: https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/alzheimers-disease-fact-sheet
- 2020 Alzheimer's disease facts and figures [published online ahead of print, 2020 Mar 10].
Alzheimers Dement. 2020;10.1002/alz.12068. doi:10.1002/alz.12068
- Alzheimer’s Association. 2019 Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures. Alzheimers Dement. 2019;15(3):321-87.
Available from: https://www.alz.org/media/Documents/alzheimers-facts-and-figures-2019-r.pdf
- “Dementia cases set to triple by 2050 but still largely ignored.” World Health Organization. 11 April 2012.
Available from: https://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/releases/2012/dementia_20120411/en/