Introducing the book The End of Alzheimer's by Dr. Dale Bredesen A work that offers real hope to anyone who it tries to protect against Alzheimer's disease and cognitive decline and even stop and reverse their development. Proving that Alzheimer's is not one disease (as previously treated) but three distinct subtypes, he points to those 36 metabolic and toxic factors (deficiency of micronutrients and sleep, hormonal imbalance and the presence of inflammation) that can trigger the process of sharpening of synapses in the brain. Dr. Bredesen's protocol shows us how to rebalance these factors through lifestyle changes-such as taking vitamin B12, eliminating gluten from our diet, improving oral hygiene, and more.
Alzheimer's disease is the only one of the ten leading causes of death in America for which there is no effective treatment. Since 2003, no new drug against it has been approved.
Are these facts enough to think that the battle against the disease that destroys the human essence is already lost? Of course not. A man named Dale Bredesen embarks on an unlikely medical adventure, guided by the motto that "no one should die of Alzheimer's disease," and makes discoveries that give hope not only to millions of people in early or advanced stage, but also to their relatives. The results of Dr. Bredesen's research are collected in the book " The End of Alzheimer". It is not a scientific work, although the truth of the words in it is supported by a number of scientific evidences. Rather, it is a guide to preventing and reversing the development of cognitive decline affecting memory, attention, logical thinking, perception, imagination, decision-making, intelligence, or in other words, everything that makes us fully human.
In The End of Alzheimer's, Bredesen lays out key steps that can slow, stop, and even reverse the progression of dementia and cognitive impairment. It combines them into a protocol called ReCODE. The results of people who decide to follow it are impressive. Of the top ten, nine showed significant improvement within three to six months. Subsequently, the protocol brought similar results to hundreds of people who thought recovery was impossible. Reducing toxins, sleep hygiene, optimizing hormone levels - these are just some of the goals that Bredesen sets for his patients. It convinces them that every effort is worth it as long as they can save their lives from the grip of Alzheimer's.
We will forgive ourselves and be forgiven if we forget the time of the meeting, the name of the last movie we watched, the way home. But will we forgive ourselves if we forget those we love the most – their faces, their voices, the memories with them. And will there be anyone to forgive if we forget and lose ourselves? Dr. Dale Bredesen and his bestselling book, which caused a sensation in a number of countries and sold a record number of copies, will help the sick to find themselves - literally and figuratively.