Hope for Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease
David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM, Dale E. Bredesen, MD, Mark Hyman, MD, Jacqui Bishop, MS, Lisa Feiner, MBA, MED, Patricia Tamowski, Alan Scott Douglas*
SM16-2502-584 / Tuition: $375
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Have you or a loved one been affected by dementia or Alzheimer’s disease? Are you a medical professional treating dementia patients? Anyone whose life has been touched by either of these conditions knows the devastating impact they can have. But now there is hope.
Recent scientific evidence shows dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are caused by a number of factors that can be prevented and reversed. Today, people diagnosed with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are regaining cognitive clarity and memory by addressing these factors.
This weekend, three top medical doctors in the field—David Perlmutter, Mark Hyman, and Dale E. Bredesen—reveal life-changing research, share case studies, and explain how you can use this information for yourself, your loved ones, or your patients. You gain a basic knowledge of effective strategies for preventing and treating dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, including how to:
- Modify diet, nutrition, and supplements to nurture a healthy gut
- Reduce inflammation from food allergies and low-level infections
- Detoxify from heavy metals and chemicals
- Accurately evaluate and treat hormone levels
- Manage stress, eliminate unnecessary medication, and more
You also meet the cofounders of the advocate organizations Sharp Again Naturally and Health Advocates Worldwide, and hear from those who have successfully reversed their diagnosis.
Return home with tips, tools, and information to transform post-diagnosis fear and resignation into hope and determination.
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