10 Tips for improving brain health
10 things you can implement immediately to begin optimizing your brain health!
True prevention is not waiting for bad things to happen, it's preventing them from happening in the first place....
As you consider your desire and level of commitment to prevent Alzheimer’s, our partner company, A Mind for All Seasons, has prepared a brief summary of many things you can do to optimize your health and reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer’s dementia as you age. Each of the interventions contained in the FREE REPORT can have a positive effect on enhancing brain health and lowering the risk of dementia.
Dr. Bredesen, a neurologist and one of the country’s leading researchers on Alzheimer’s Dementia, wrote a NYT best-seller titled The End of Alzheimer’s: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline. Like Dr. Bredesen, we have found that a PROGRAMMATIC approach (several interventions working in concert) improves the signaling pathways of the brain. Many individuals find success when they apply multiple interventions over a sustained period of time. Since Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia are caused by multiple factors, a programmatic approach is most effective when the interventions target the specific challenges of each individual. For those who want to personalize intervention, we recommend you complete some specialty labs, enroll in coaching to get the guidance and support you need, and follow a personalized Road Map® that is prepared for all participants in our Enhance Protocol®.