The Brain Health Programme
Are you concerned about your risk of brain decline? Have you have noticed brain fog, poor memory or concentration or have you a family member that has already been diagnosed with dementia?
Although Alzheimer’s and dementia are associated with aging in the 70s or 80s the mechanisms promoting cognitive decline can start in the 30s and 40s.
The Brain Health Programme is for people BEFORE they develop dementia and is based on the diet and lifestyle elements of the Bredesen Protocol.
This is a practical and informative programme. It is aimed at people who want to engage in optimizing brain function and overall health by making diet and lifestyle changes NOW, rather than waiting for a possible future diagnosis of dementia.
Find out more about the Brain Health Programme workshops. The next one is starting January 28th 2019.
Whether this is for your family or yourself contact me at email@example.com or ring me on 07815 111502 and we can have a chat.
Workshop Programme details
The six workshops programme – exciting, informative and practical programme for you and your family including:
Coaching support throughout – Let’s get you motivated and keep you inspired to get the most positive outcome.
Your diet – The low down on how food affects the brain, what food your brain loves and hates, all about carbs, fats, vitamins and minerals, veg and fruit, recipes, smoothies and more.
Exercise – Activity improves cognition and has multiple benefits, including improving memory, preserving brain matter, normalising insulin and increasing blood flow. Find out what exercise will suit you and its effect on your body.
Healthy Sleep – Insufficient sleep can cause elevated blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and increased risk for Alzheimer’s. Find out how to use nutrition to achieve healthy sleep.
Stress reduction – Stress begins in the brain. Prolonged levels of stress cause inflammation and damage, resulting in brain shrinkage. Find out which nutrients and herbs are particularly good for stress and also various techniques to help balance mood.
Gut Health – Optimise gut health by addressing the digestive system, gluten issues, foods and supplements to heal the gut, detoxing and eradication of bacterial, fungal, parasitic problems as appropriate.
Brain Training – Regularly carrying out cognitively complex tasks is associated with lowered risk for dementia. Find out how you can improve your Brain’s cognition. This brain training system has been thoroughly tested by an international team of neuroscientists with proven results.