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3 Celebrities Doomed by Alzheimer's

By    |   Sunday, 20 January 2019 11:19 AM

Every 68 seconds, another American will develop Alzheimer’s disease.

And sadly, once the disease is diagnosed, death usually occurs in only four to eight years.

Rich or poor, famous or unknown, no one is immune to this deadly disorder.

Actor Charlton Heston, who played such notable roles as Moses and Michelangelo before establishing himself as a political activist, died of Alzheimer’s disease at the age of 84.

His friend and role model, former actor turned president Ronald Reagan, also suffered from Alzheimer’s for a decade before succumbing to it in 2004.

Statistics also indicate that women are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease at a higher rate than men. While researchers have not yet determined the reason why, they theorize it could be related to hormonal differences — or merely the fact that women live longer.

Actress and dancer Rita Hayworth, considered by the American Film Institute to be one of the “100 Greatest Stars of All Time,” was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 1980. She died in 1987 at age 68. According to the Los Angeles Times, Hayworth became the “first public face of Alzheimer’s, helping to ensure that future patients did not go undiagnosed.”

Renowned neurosurgeon and nutritionist Dr. Russell Blaylock watched both his parents die from Parkinson’s disease, which led him to spend the remainder of his medical career studying life-destroying brain conditions such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.

And in a FREE video documentary showcasing some of Dr. Blaylock’s startling findings, you can now discover:
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  • Why everyone over age 40 is at risk for these brain-destroying conditions…
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While over 5 million Americans already suffer from Alzheimer’s disease today, there is some good news.

Maladies such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s don’t have to afflict you or your loved ones as you grow older. And even if you already show symptoms of one of these dreaded diseases, you can use Dr. Blaylock’s strategies to help repair the damage — but only if you get started right away.

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