Boston MD Reveals The 3 Foods That Fight Memory Loss

Why do some people stay sharp as a whip as they get older, while others have trouble recalling names, dates, and even conversations?

New research from Harvard University suggests age may not be the culprit.

And one Boston medical doctor now says memory problems are often caused by the foods you’re eating — or NOT eating.

Dr. George Karanastasis, MD says: “Your brain requires ‘fuel’ to create new brain cells, recall memories, and focus on tasks. And where does it get that fuel? From the foods you eat.”

However, due to a change in modern dietary habits, Dr. K says most of us aren't getting the nutrients our brain needs. He says this lack of nutrients can cause brain fog, forgetfulness, or worse.

“When your brain doesn’t receive the right nutrients, it literally starts to starve. And that’s when you start to suffer those embarrassing senior moments. You might forget people’s names, walk into a room and forget why you’re there, or even get lost driving to familiar places.” Dr. K says.

Fortunately, Dr. K developed a simple protocol that can help fight memory loss.

Best of all, it doesn't require any major lifestyle changes. It just requires adding these 3 foods back into your diet.

Dr. K recently put together a video revealing these foods. And since the video was released, it's gone viral, racking up more than 1 million views. Thousands of folks around the country are singing the praises of this protocol.

He says: “I’ve seen this protocol work for thousands of people. People keep telling me: ‘Dr. K, I feel so much sharper and smarter. Even my family noticed.’ It’s wonderful to hear how many lives this has changed.”

Now, what about you? Are you concerned about your fading memory? How would you like to take back control of your life?

If so, watch the video at the link below and try this protocol for yourself. You'll discover which foods can help make sure your brain lasts as long as your body.

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