Souvenaid is a so-called “medical food” available only by prescription and sold at medical prices. But, it contains nutrients that you can get to do it yourself and not only slow Alzheimer’s, but possibly prevent it!
In their continuing attempts to take over everything that affects health, modern medicine has patented a combination of nutrients to improve synapse dysfunction in people with early stage Alzheimer’s disease. The product, called Souvenaid, has been investigated and found to be remarkably effective, certainly far superior to any drugs. Patients’ memory performance continuously increased during a 24-week trial, which was extended to double the length with the same memory-improving performance through 48 weeks(1).
The product, Souvenaid, is being touted as “medical nutrition” and is expected to be available in Europe this fall and in the United States next year. In spite of being a “food”, it will be available only with a doctor’s prescription!
As is typical in modern medicine, the product is inferior to what you can produce yourself. One of the ingredients in this patented “medical food” is synthetic Vitamin E, instead of natural. Synthetic Vitamin E can do more harm than good—but of course, modern medicine doesn’t recognize that there’s a difference between natural food and chemical copies.
Described as either yogurt-like or similar to a milkshake, one must wonder what other ingredients are in the product. If it actually contains milk, then it will be ultrapasteurized, since the product is not refrigerated. If it doesn’t contain milk, then it probably includes a mass of other chemicals.
Of course, the study doesn’t compare the results of patients who simply take quality natural nutrients with ones who drink Souvenaid. That might provide some interesting results!
So what are these miracle ingredients? Most are commonly available, and all can be obtained:
The question needs to be asked: Wouldn’t it be better to simply get these nutrients from good healthy food? It isn’t rocket science. Simply find out what foods contain these particular nutrients and advise people to eat adequate quantities of them.
So, what foods contain these nutrients? Here is a far from exhaustive list:
Modern medicine lags behind alternative medicine in recognizing that food matters. Of course, the standard medical approach tends to focus on profit-producing products, especially the sorts of things that come from Big Pharma. So, it should come as no surprise that the focus is on developing a prescription-only “medical food”, which will require doctor visits to obtain prescriptions for exhorbitantly-priced pseudo foods.
There’s ever-so-much-more money to be made through the modern medicine paradigm of doctor visits and prescriptions than there is by providing real information about real methods of maintaining and regaining health. Suggesting that people eat diets high in the foods identified above might not only ease early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, it might even prevent it.
But obviously, modern medicine isn’t about preventing disease—or even curing it. Modern medicine is about treating diseases. That is, modern medicine’s goal is to create regular customers completely dependent on doctors as the gatekeepers for Big Pharma’s products.
On the off-chance that you’re interested in what the scientists who did the study on this “medical food” have to say, you can watch this video:
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