Brain Health Programme– a self-help diet and lifestyle programme to optimise cognitive health using techniques that have been shown in research to reverse cognitive decline.
Alzheimer’s is an increasing concern for many. Whilst a diagnosis related to cognitive decline is usually made after the age of 60, the underlying processes that cause the decline start 10, 20 or even 30 years before. So reducing your risk is something you might want to think about in your 40s and 50s or even earlier.
Recent research projects on Alzheimer’s Disease, including the work of Professor Bredesen in the States and the “FINGER “ study from Finland, indicate that diet , nutrition and lifestyle changes can prevent and reverse cognitive decline.
About the Brain Health Programme
Anne White became interested in this approach having witnessed the steady decline of her mother in law and father, hoping and believing that there must be a solution. Anne was excited to read about Professor Breseden’s Research paper in 2014 entitled “Reversal of cognitive decline- A novel therapeutic programme.” Cytoplan Ltd is a charitable foundation producing bio-effective food based supplements and the company decided to bring this work to the UK.
Anne is licensed to run the Cytoplan programme. This includes an 8 week programme to help anyone optimise cognitive health and prevent or even reverse cognitive decline. Brain Health Programme is a diet and lifestyle nutrition coaching programme, delivered by Anne who is a qualified Nutritional Therapist, Solution Focused Hypnotherapist and Kinesiologist.
Anne now gives regular talks about the Brain Health Programme. These free talks are followed by an 8 week programme covering:
-MIND What You Eat – nutrition for brain health (3 meetings)
-Optimise Gut Health
-Getting a Good Night’s Sleep
Why join the Brain Health Programme?
If you are concerned about your risk of cognitive decline now or in the future. Perhaps because you have noticed brain fog, poor memory or concentration or maybe you have a family member diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
If you would like details of the next talk please contact:
Anne on 07984512229 or email: [email protected]