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Hope for Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease

On Demand Video Conference

Jan 09 to Dec 31 2019 Online
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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.

During this online event, 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.

Gain tips, tools, and information to transform post-diagnosis fear and resignation into hope and determination.

Meet the Teachers

  • David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM, is a board-certified neurologist and fellow of the America ...
  • Dale E. Bredesen, MD, is internationally recognized as an expert in the mechanisms of neurode ...
  • Mark Hyman, MD, is a practicing family physician, a nine-time #1 New York Times best ...
  • Jacqui Bishop, MS, is a cofounder of Sharp Again Naturally, a nonprofit that provides inform ...
  • Lisa Feiner, MBA, MED, is a cofounder of Sharp Again Naturally, a nonprofit that provides inf ...
  • Patricia Tamowski is cofounder, production manager, lead interviewer, researcher, and preside ...
  • Alan Scott Douglas is cofounder, artistic director, photographer, editor, and chief executiv ...


Hope for Dementia & Alzheimer's Conference: Module 1 - Welcome & Introduction

The Hope for Dementia & Alzheimers Conference begins with an introduction by Lisa Feiner, MBA, MED, and Jacqui Bishop, MS, who are cofounders of Sharp Again Naturally--a nonprofit that provides information about Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, and advocates for new protocols. Joined later by Alan Scott Douglas and Patricia Tamowski (cofounders of Health Advocates Worldwide, an organization that educates the public about health and addresses causes of disease), these four presenters use case studies and fact-based presentations to speak about the different modalities used to cure the symptoms of dementia. A short Q&A session with these four speakers is offered at the end of the presentation.

Hope for Dementia & Alzheimer's Conference: Module 2 - David Perlmutter Part 1

This module is part 1 of a 2 part presentation from David Perlmutter, MD, who shares his hopes for a paradigm shift in the way the medical establishment looks at a whole host of degenerative diseases. Learn how to take control of your health with daily exercise and proper nutrition, and how detoxing can prevent and reverse the symptoms of dementia. Discover the latest in brain science, stem cell therapy, dendrite production, and BDNF levels, as well as links to how sugar is one of the most health-devastating foods we consume.

Hope for Dementia & Alzheimer's Conference: Module 3 - David Perlmutter Part 2

In part 2 of a 2-part presentation, Dr. David Perlmutter explores the science of the gut, its direct connection to the brain, and how inflammation in the body is the number one problem. Learn how the food we eat is more important in gene expression than our genetic make up, how germs are good for us, and how antibacteria soaps and gels are bad. Dr. Perlmutter uses case studies to show how sugar,  ibuprophen, pesticides, antibiotics, and more can dramatically change the microbioam in the gut to damage overall health.


Hope for Dementia & Alzheimer's Conference: Module 4 - Dale E. Bredesen Part 1

This module is the first of a 2-part presentation with Dale E. Bredesen, MD, who explains how big changes are occurring in the medical community as we head into the 21st century. Using highly detailed case studies, he talks about mercury toxicity, and how women are at the epicenter for getting Alheimer’s disease (a 40% chance, which is higher than the chance of getting breast cancer). Bredesen shares information about the plasticity of the brain, the three different types of Alzheimers, biotoxin sensitivity, the importance of microbes in food, and much more, including how Alzheimers is a reversible metabolic toxic infectious condition.

Hope for Dementia & Alzheimer's Conference: Module 5 - Dale E. Bredesen Part 2

In this second half of a 2-part presentation, Dale E. Bredesen, MD, offers more specific details of brain plasticity, the reversal of cognitive decline, proper nutrition, dangerous toxins, sleep patterns, reducing stress, and more.

Hope for Dementia & Alzheimer's Conference: Module 6 - Mark Hyman Part 1

In part 1 of a 2 part-presentation with Mark Hyman, MD, you learn the basics of functional medicine, who knows from personal experience how to reverse the symptoms of dementia. He was poisoned with mercury toxins while living in China that had an escalating effect on his health, causing his entire body to collapse and could barely function with ADD, dementia symptoms, and depression. Functional medicine is a new way to think about how to solve many health conditions by looking at the root causes from a more holistic perspective. He shares the 7 Keys to the UltraMind model, based on information from his best-selling book. Topics include proper nutrition, toxins, enzymes, amino acids, fats, minerals and vitamins, and more.

Hope for Dementia & Alzheimer's Conference: Module 7 - Mark Hyman Part 2

In this second half of a 2-part presentation from Mark Hyman, he discusses why vitamins are important and why we should customize treatments based on the deficiencies found in test results. He talks about why sugar is so addictive and how diabetes increases the potential for dementia. You also learn to test your digestion, detox your body and your brain from toxixity, deal with stress, and more.


Hope for Dementia & Alzheimer's Conference: Module 8 - Conference Panel

In this question and answer session held at the end of the weekend conference, all the presenters tackle topics such as concerns about surgical implants or joint replacement, how to weed out junk science, issues with medications or trying to get long-care health insurance, including more oils and fats in the diet, the importance of mercury amalgam removal, the dangers of root canals and statin use, and more. At the end, each faculty member makes final statements.

Hope for Dementia & Alzheimer's Conference: Module 9 - Closing Remarks

Lisa Feiner offers closing statements to summarize the weekend talks and what you can do if you are experiencing a loss of memory. Other topics include how to find a practitioner, vision for the future, and the beginning of a movement with Sharp Again. Patricia Tamowski wraps up with detailed summary of what was learned over the weekend.


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