Memory Repair Protocol by Martin Reilly is said to be a “cure all” treatment to degenerative brain conditions such as Alzheimer’s and dementia, but is it really? One thing that most people are aware of nowadays is that you cannot trust everything you hear online. People our claiming that this is some miracle product, but I beg to differ. In this review I will be exposing the Martin Reilly Memory Repair Protocol scam for what it really is.
While there is some truth behind it, this is definitely not the miracle worker that is claimed to be. If you follow the protocol outlined in the book, you could see some improvements but what you are told is extremely misleading and the large majority of people who buy into this will likely end up disappointed.
Memory Repair Protocol it is promoted as being a quick, safe, and 100% natural way to reverse memory loss and it “cure every single form of dementia in a matter of weeks”, which is quite a statement to make.
Since you are reading my review here, I’m guessing you came across the ridiculous video presentation put on by Martin Reilly…
In the video presentation he talks about his wife’s horror story about her brain deteriorating in the doctor only giving her three months before she would forget pretty much everything in her life. And of course the only option was to put her on medication that probably would not work.
After this horrific time in his life, he then went on a quest to discover the real cause of Alzheimer’s, dementia, etc. And of course he discovered the cure… Which is an all natural cheap treatment that uses ingredients you can get at any grocery store.
But is any of this really true? I am very hesitant to believe so because of all the scammy red flags that I see…
#1 – Typical Fear Mongering Sales Pitch
The video presentation has the typical fear mongering sales pitch. They tell you that the corporate pharmaceutical industry is out to get everyone in doesn’t actually want to help patients. They only prescribe treatments that make the conditions worse so that they can continually suck the money and wife out of people.
And of course the video presentation could be taken down at any moment because the big Pharma companies are trying to shut this guy down.
If I could have a penny for every time I heard this load of BS… Well… I would have a lot of pennies. Some other products that I’ve reviewed that come to mind and use this BS sales pitch include Ultimate Herpes Protocol and Fungus Key Pro.
While the big pharmaceutical companies might do some things that are less than ethical, and there might be some truth behind stories like this, they are not always the bad guys that people make them out to be.
#2 – Discovered Some Medical “Secret”
And of course he discovered this “secret” that reversed all of his wife’s symptoms just 21 days.
There is always some “secret” that was discovered when it comes to products like this. However, as you will find, it is not really any secret at all.
He talks about discovering that people living in a remote village of India developed Alzheimer’s at a very low rate due to their “secret” diet. After finding out about this secret he collaborated with a doctor namedDr Fielding to develop a treatment, and the sky supposedly a specialist in neurochemistry and brain function.
The problem is that I cannot find any proof of any of the story being true. Sure… There are doctors with the name of Miles Fielding that exist, but I can’t find any Dr Miles Fielding related to all of this.
The whole background story just sounds a little bit over the top as well. It sounds like a fairytale story that you would hear about on the Disney Channel. You know…the big Pharma companies shutting down the research by eliminating their funding and then Mr. Reilly using his own life savings to fund the research and develop this miracle cure. Yeah… Right.
Most of it is likely a bunch of BS, but there is some truth to it all, as I will discuss below.
So where’s the proof that? Mr. Reilly claims that this protocol has already been used by 47,187 people. But if this is true why is there not more information about it out there? If it really were this amazing then people would be praising it all over the place online.
Oh… That’s right… I forgot that big Pharma is trying to show this whole thing down. I’m sure there are tons of people that are trying to speak out but of course these people are getting silenced and killed off by the big pharmaceutical companies. Or at least I assume that is what is happening.
While much of it is a lie, there actually is truth to it. The storyline is a bunch of BS, but the science behind it is legit. Yes, I know it is hard to believe, but it is true.
In the video presentation Mr. Reilly talks about how it is all about ketones… Activating ketones in your body to improve brain function.
You are more than welcome to do your own research on this, but what you will find is that this is true. One good article I found on Alzheimers.net discusses how ketones can improve brain function in detail. Basically it all comes down to how your brain loses its ability to process glucose for fuel when you have such degenerative diseases as Alzheimer’s. Ketones are another source of fuel that your body can use and you can increase the ketones in your body by dieting certain ways.
One study I was reading suggests that ketone bodies’ ability to treat diseases such as alzheimers is likely do to their ability to increase mitochondrial effeciency and the brain’s normal dependence on glucose.
So yes… What Mr. Riley is telling you about ketones is true. However, it is no secret and it certainly isn’t being covered up by the big pharmaceutical companies.
Memory Repair Protocol is a 155 page PDF that goes over things like aging, gives a lot of details about the human brain, hormones and chemicals that affect brain health, and so on. The main part of the book of course are the recipes that you can implement in your diet to improve your brain health, such as by increasing the ketones that your body produces naturally.
What you should know, however, is that, once again… This is no secret. You can find this information online for free easily.
It it’s nice that all the information is packaged up in an easy to follow format, so that you don’t have to go out and do all the research, but you definitely can find all this information for free. And much of the information provided you are probably going to just skip through anyhow… A lot of it is somewhat unnecessary.
This is yet again a very good example of a product that is massively over-hyped and isn’t going to be the amazing miracle worker that is said to be. I review health products like this all the time so this is nothing new to me.
Much of what you are told is a complete lie, including the entire background story more than likely. While you definitely could see improvements in brain function while following the outline diets, this is definitely not a “cure-all” for Alzheimer’s and every form of dementia out there as you are led to believe.
I guess it depends on what your definition of a scam is, but in my opinion this is pretty much a scam. It is not a complete scam because you are getting some value in this, but the marketing tactics used are extremely deceptive and pretty much a sucker people into buying this, which is a very scammy way of going about it.
But anyways… The decision is yours. Memory Repair Protocol is not all that is hyped up to be, but it definitely does provide a healthy diet for your brain that you could potentially see improvements with. I’m a big fan of natural health, so I can’t really criticize the diet itself.
I hope you enjoyed my review and found it at least somewhat helpful. If you want to help spread the word about deceptively marketed products like this, please share! Also, leave any questions or comments below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
If you have personally tried Memory Repair Protocol and would like to leave a review down below, I would really appreciate that. I am sure other readers would find it valuable to hear from people who have actually tried this protocol for themselves. Did you get any results with it?
Kyle is an avid health enthusiast that believes in nature as a cure-all. When he's not drinking spirulina smoothies or dealing with the horrible aftertaste of stevia, he is probably working out, researching healthy herbs, or dealing with hand cramps he gets from writing articles like this.