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Simple Brain Fix
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About Simple Brain Fix

Simple Brain Fix is the online home of and video presentation for a new medical wellness guide, The Unbreakable Brain, which promises to teach people the health and lifestyle rules to follow to avoid developing dementia or Alzheimer’s. 

How Does It Work?

According to their video presentation, as people begin to age, it’s very common for them to experience something people like to call “Senior Moments,” which is when it becomes more difficult for people to remember things like where they put their car keys or other memories. 

While most people think this is just an unavoidable part of aging, the reality is that it may be an indicator of something much worse, like dementia or Alzheimer’s, health conditions that create significant mental deterioration and are eventually fatal. 

For many years, people though this conditions were hereditary and outside of our control when it came to prevention. But Dr. Will Mitchell, the creator of Simple Brain Fix and The Unbreakable Brain, says this isn’t the case. There are things you can do with your daily diet and lifestyle habits which can help you prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s, even if you are already genetically pre-disposed to one of these conditions. 

The Unbreakable Brain is a wellness guide that is designed to tell people everything they need to know about living a life that will help you prevent and avoid dangerous and life altering brain conditions.  

Cost/Price Plans

Currently this website is selling this guide for just $27.00, though this is just the cost of the book itself and does not take into consideration any products, foods, or supplements the guide may instruct you to purchase. 

Refund Policy

This company does say that they provide their customers with a 60 day “No Questions Asked” refund. Customers who are unhappy with what they have received can simply contact their Customer Service team to request an RMA number and a return label that you can use for your return shipment. Once you’ve returned your guide, your refund will be processed minus the cost of Shipping and Handling. 

Customer Service Contact Info

Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by phone at 877-300-7849 or by email at [email protected] 

Reputation

The reality is that Simple Brain Fix isn’t wrong when they say that there are things which can be done to help prevent neurological conditions like dementia, both in your diet and lifestyle choices. 

However, these diet and lifestyle choices are well publicized throughout the internet on websites like that from the Mayo Clinic. They include things like working on puzzles and crosswords, staying active, eating a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and Omega 3 fatty acids. 

The truth is that there is no secret trick that customers should be paying $27.00 for – this information is available for free online and is generally the same information that people should be following for a long, healthy life. 

Competitors and Alternatives?

There are many other supplements which promise to help people prevent these kinds of neurological conditions, but as mentioned above there really isn’t a special or secret trick to preventing neurological conditions.

If you have experience with this company or their products, please leave your Simple Brain Fix reviews below.

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Scary dementia ads I found on The ATlantic website



August6, 2020

I found the Simple Brain Fix video reading an article in the Atlantic and it caught my eye and looked like a "must read". I started to watch the video, and yes, it is SCARY. As soon as I heard the doctor's name, I decided to look him up on Google, and found this site. Since the video is long, I decided to stop watching it, and will read the Mayo Clinic site for tips on avoiding dementia (yes, it's definitely something to avoid).

Yes this doctor is a great hustler, but I'm going to avoid him. Another thing to consider: Even if you could afford the $27.50 and the costs for whatever else he's selling, the additional stress you'd likely incur from his fear tactics by consuming his media products will increase the likelihood of dementia since stress is a known risk factor, so I'd simply avoid him. This doctor sure knows how to scare a person.

In the future I'll read Atlantic articles on the other browser that doesn't display the ad.

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If at first you do not deceive, try try again



July19, 2020

I saw a video just now from this company, and I decided to watch it since I have known medical professionals all my life, especially my Mom who was a nurse but got out of the role quickly,being faithful to my father, a health physicist and athletic coach, and former Army Recon in the Korean War, which is why we grew as a type of MASH Unit Family and dementia was kept bay with many of our family members living to their 100's and spry as I am in my 50's.

Now that I have established common sense anyone with a strong nuclear family would have, since there are many families in this world even stronger and smarter than mine was, my two cents is to stay away from these hustlers. They have you read these books, but there is always another shoe waiting to drop, they give you the bait, then they try to get you to pay more money money for a fountain of youth.

I laud them if they actually make a living doing this, everyone is entitled to make a living. But how would a real healer react to people who sell these healing books just to profit from confusion, and the pain that follows when the writers realize that they could have written such books without all the hoopla and reveal the holy grail for those who seek their truth.

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November22, 2017

I have paid for theses not good faith . however have never received them. I think this could be a scam. I received my bank statement yesterday ,and have not received any correspondence. losing faith very quickly for purchasing things on line

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