Cognitive Decline Does Not Have to Happen to You
Aging is a gift—truly. Many people around the world don’t get to see their grandchildren grow up, technological achievements, a long life with their partners. Some, unfortunately, leave the world too soon, and others experience cognitive degeneration.
What Is Alzheimer’s
Specifically, Alzheimer’s disease is what happens when the brain tries to protect itself from three metabolic and toxic threats:
- Inflammation—from infection, diet, or other causes
- Decline and shortage of other supportive nutrients, hormones, or brain-supporting molecules
- Toxic substances such as metals or biotoxins—poisons produced by microbes such as molds
How Do I Know If I Could Have Alzheimer’s?
There IS a way to detect if you have a genetic predisposition to dementia and Alzheimer’s, as there is more remarkably a way to prevent and reverse cognitive decline. The book, The End of Alzheimer’s, by Dale E. Bredesen, M. D. is known as instant New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller as well as a groundbreaking plan to prevent and reverse Alzheimer’s Disease, which fundamentally changes how we understand cognitive decline.
Dr. Bredesen’s research led him to study the ApoE4 gene, also known as the apolipoprotein E gene. (An apolipoprotein is a protein that carries lipids or fats.) Dr. Bredesen’s research delivered findings that individuals who carried one ApoE4 gene—passed from one parent—had a 30% risk of developing Alzheimer’s and other forms of cognitive decline. Individuals that received two ApoE4 genes had a 50% increase.
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Benefits of Genetic Testing
As genetic testing becomes more popular, people are becoming aware if they are genetic carriers of different genetic expressions that could potentially lead to different diseases. Angelina Jolie even had genetic counseling where she discovered a gene that increased her risk of breast and ovarian cancer. In Angelina Jolie’s op-ed in the New York Times, My Medical Choice, she supported genetic testing becoming more affordable so others can take charge of their health.
A Protocol for Alzheimer’s—Take Back Your Life
Regarding Alzheimer’s, before, people only knew they risked severe cognitive decline at the onset of symptoms. The most surprising aspect of Alzheimer’s is that symptomatic occurrences are often 15 years after the start of the disease. Now, with genetic testing, individuals can see their genetic predisposition and actively prevent or reverse this disease.
ReCode, is Dr. Bredesen’s protocol for people with the ApoE4 gene. It is a holistic approach that aims at fixing:
- Insulin resistance
- Hormone, nutrient, and trophic factor optimization
- Toxins (chemical, biological, and physical)
- Restoration and protection of lost (or dysfunctional) synapses
YM and ReCode Protocol
Dr. Hall, M. D. at YM intimately knows how to work with patients who have the ApoE4 gene and administer this protocol, because of his advanced training with Dr. Bredesen’s research group, MPI cognition. A life-changing protocol such as this clearly comes with skepticism. 250 studies at MPI Cognition, though, show the effectiveness of this protocol. YM is a well-care and anti-aging clinic that recognizes and affirms the body’s amazing ability to heal itself. You can take charge of your aging and life.
Schedule an Appointment Today
Don’t attribute memory loss to other causes. Take your health seriously—your body and mind are one and the same. Schedule an appointment with YM today, to learn about preventing and treating cognitive disease—you are worth it.