Alzheimer’s disease, one of the most significant global health threats we face today, is an ailment that, as our population ages, could quickly grow to become a worldwide epidemic. However, we now understand that Alzheimer’s disease is not a genetic destiny. With the ReCODE protocol, developed by Alzheimer’s researcher Dr. Dale Bredesen, patients exhibiting early signs of cognitive decline are finally able to take their brain health back into their own hands. Real reversal of this debilitating condition is possible.
The ReCODE protocol is based on scientific research that has led to new insights uncovering the physical mechanism behind the erosion of memory seen in Alzheimer’s disease, and this means we now know why and where Alzheimer’s disease happens. This has opened the door to new approaches to treating Alzheimer’s disease. These are treatments that challenge the idea that memory loss, cognitive decline, and Alzheimer’s disease are foregone conclusions. In fact, science is telling us, these mental health ailments are not just treatable, but preventable in the first place.
We want to share with you the science that both underlies the ReCODE protocol, and proves that Alzheimer’s disease can not just be prevented, but that Alzheimer’s disease can be treated and, in some cases, cured. Dr. Bredesen has spearheaded this research, and TLC The Littleton Clinic has been at the forefront in bringing this treatment to Colorado.
Hosted by TLC The Littleton Clinic
Speaker: Maria Hopp MD, TLC The Littleton Clinic
Part of the "Talk With The Doc" series organized by: Nancy Knudson and Colorado Clean Eaters
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