Learn Protocol to Deal with Alzheimer’s Disease on June 18
May 31, 2019 05:38PM
The ReCODE/Bredesen Protocol is predicated upon 30-plus years of neurodegenerative research and addresses specific bio markers that are not within “functional medicine” ranges which uncovers and treats the root cause of Alzheimer’s.
“One of the deadliest, most costly diseases of our time that robs millions of their identity and ability to care for themselves, everyone should test their cognitive health at age 45, before symptoms begin to appear,” says Albaum. “This is what Dr. Bredesen refers to as the ‘Cognoscopy,’ which is a simple way to determine if there are changes already taking place in your brain. These changes can present themselves as early as 20 years before a diagnosis is made, providing a unique window of opportunity we've never had before. It’s up to you to stop it in its tracks, long before it wreaks havoc on your ability to remember your family and friends, to work, and engage with the world. However, if you or a loved one has already experienced symptoms, or been diagnosed with Subjective Cognitive Impairment, Mild Cognitive Impairment or early stage Alzheimer’s, there is still time. In order to reverse the decline that's already begun, the ReCODE/Bredesen Protocol should begin immediately. I've personally witnessed it steal the identity and independence of my own family including my mother, her mother, and sister before the protocol was available. Trust me, you don't want ‘that.’ The time to act is now, as procrastination is deadly.”
“It is proving to be the silver lining we’ve been waiting for... except this time, the answer did not come from the latest-greatest pharmaceutical drug, but rather from lifestyle factors that we can control with over 1,000 cases of success and growing, plus the scientific data to prove it!” she adds.
Location: 5200 Park Rd., Bldg. 1, Ste. 207-B, Community/Movement Room #2. For more information, call 908-407-1000 (including to schedule a free 45-minute consultation to prevent or reverse early cognitive decline), email [email protected] or visit EndCognitiveDecline.com.