How much do I love my mind? Has anyone else ever asked that question?
The dementia prevention protocol is mainly a lifestyle modification plan.
In order to actually reach that place, we need to map out our individualized journeys and all the stops along the way.
Start the journey to a bright mind for life! Our blood can tell us exactly where we need to begin. Learn how to get it tested!
Let’s face it… these beautiful cupcakes, in spite of the heart, do not love our bodies back. On our dementia prevention journey, insulin is just one of the many substances we need to get baseline levels for through blood testing. It’s hard to plan our route to a bright mind for life if we don’t know our starting point!
What if I can’t get my doctor to prescribe for dementia prevention testing? All is not lost! In fact, it’s an opportunity to move into DIY dementia prevention testing gear. Take inventory of your health situation (see “Your Strategy” below), assess which tests you think are most important for you to get, then find a
A Disclaimer Let’s look at the next group of items (see here for the first group) on Dr. Bredesen’s extensive list of critical substances to measure in the blood for dementia prevention. I’ll give a nutshell explanation of each item’s importance, optimal levels in the blood, and Dr. Bredesen’s suggested remediation. Our brains are unimaginably
Disclaimer Part Three: Cholesterol, Vitamins E and B1 and Cyrex Array Testing I highly recommend reading Parts One and Two of Blood Testing Matters before continuing here with Part Three. We’re going to pick up the testing protocol from Dr. Dale Bredesen which he calls the “cognoscopy.” He strongly recommends that everyone over the age
Check out Parts One, Two and Three of dementia prevention testing matters I strongly recommend that you read Part One, Part Two and Part Three of the series on why dementia prevention testing matters and what it is. It will give you context for this final part and will make it clear why we need