Alzheimer's can start in your 20's
We think of Alzheimer's as only affecting older people, but that is changing. Our fast-paced lifestyles, the widespread impact from COVID, and the increasing toxicity of our environment may be factors converging to create an astounding increase in early-onset dementia among younger people.
The average age of someone living with dementia is 49
Increase in dementia among people aged 30 to 44 years old
Alzheimer's is the 7th leading cause of death worldwide
For the first time in history, Alzheimer's is a choice
After hundreds of failed trials and billions of dollars spent by large pharmaceutical corporations, Dr. Dale Bredesen and team have just completed the first clinical trial to show reversal of cognitive decline in those with early Alzheimer's disease. By using a precision medicine approach, they've done what has never been accomplished before.
How does it work?
The goal is to change your biochemistry to provide optimal conditions for your brain to thrive. Dr. Bredesen has identified over 36 factors (metabolic derangement, poor nutrient status, lack of trophic support, exposure to viruses, etc.) that can trigger “downsizing” in the brain, all of which can be addressed by using the Bredesen Protocol®.
Get ready for the fight of your life
We break down what could feel like a complex protocol into seven distinct, yet complementary strategies that create neuroplasticity — the ability of the brain to heal, grow new neurons and synaptic connections, in response to stimuli. Each of these strategies alone can promote healing, but when practiced together, they create a powerful synergy.
Is the protocol appropriate for everyone?
The program is most successful when used as prevention or in early stages of cognitive decline, including early stage Alzheimer's disease. Expectations should be tempered when beginning the program later in the disease process. Dr. Bredesen has seen dramatic improvements, even in those in mid to late stages, but not a full recovery.
After seven years of offering Alzheimer's solutions, we're fortunate to have helped thousands of individuals prevent or recover from cognitive decline. Many of them have shared their experiences with us. See what they have to say for yourself.
I honestly believe the protocol saved my life.
As my wife's conditions improved... her memory began to come back.
Since being on ReCODE, I have shed all of my Rx drugs and enjoy a great life.
Most recently, when my husband had his Addenbrooke's testing with his neurologist in October 2019 (2 years on the protocol now…), his score went from 83 to 97!
Alzheimer's is a disease for which there is no cure. Dr. Bredesen's experimental program gives me hope that there are actions we can all take to care for our brains and keep Alzheimer's at bay.
Concerns and Criticism
We believe open dialogue and transparency were key to launching our successful protocol. To continue that success, we've chosen to outline what critics say about the Bredesen Protocol, so you can review the information and make the best decision for you.
How do I get started?
Take our free cognitive assessment to see which program is right for you.
After enrolling, you'll complete comprehensive labs, a detailed medical questionnaire, and more extensive cognitive testing.
This will result in a 50+ page personalized report with step-by-step instructions on how to optimize your cognition, with all of the resources you need to heal.
Why not rewrite your story?
If you begin early enough, you have the potential to lead a long healthful, dementia-free life. Mainstream medicine continues to contend that Alzheimer's disease is unpreventable, incurable, progressive and fatal. Our research and programs are proving them wrong one participant at a time. Join the revolution and begin caring for your brain today. We promise your older self will thank you.
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Dale Bredesen, MD
An internationally-recognized expert in the mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases, Dr. Dale Bredesen's career has been guided by a simple idea: that Alzheimer's as we know it is not just preventable, but reversible. Thanks to a dedicated pursuit of finding the science that makes this a reality, his idea has placed Dr. Bredesen at the vanguard of neurological research and led to the discoveries that today underlie the ReCODE Report™.
The First Survivors of Alzheimer's
The First Survivors of Alzheimer's draws a picture of what life is like with the disease but it's also bursting with unprecedented hope for patients and their families. Representing a massive leap forward, survivors describe how the program changed the trajectory of their lives: with the help of the Bredesen Protocol, they are now able to recognize faces, remember obligations, restore personal connections, and partake in their normal activities.