May 19, 2022KetoFLEX 12/3 Kitchen, News, Nutrition

KetoFLEX 12/3 Kitchen: Asian Inspirations

Asian-inspired dishes are a perfect fit for the KetoFLEX 12/3 lifestyle. The recipes for Maki Rolls, Tofu Shitake Stir Fry, and Basic Cauliflower Rice are vegetable-centric with protein playing a supporting role and loads of fresh herbs supplying amazing flavors and powerful polyphenols. Read More »

May 19, 2022Behavior Change, From Valerie Driscoll, News

Brake, Don’t Break

In her blog “Brake, Don’t Break,” Valerie Driscoll encourages one to shift the focus from being ‘off the wagon’ and feeling the shame of that as a failure (an outdated belief) to creating skill-power to change habits as opposed to relying solely on willpower. Read More »

May 19, 2022From Ram Rao, Insider Strategies, News

Oxidative Stress: Effects on Cognition

In his blog “Oxidative Stress: Effects on Cognition,” Dr. Ram Rao explains the processes involved and ways to prevent “internal cellular stress” resulting in the abnormal accumulation of free radicals within your body that can damage DNA and trigger mutations leading to disease and ultimately neurodegeneration. Read More »

May 19, 2022From Julie Gregory, Insider Strategies, News

You Spoke; We Listened

Feedback from our members has inspired many upcoming improvements to improve product accessibility and better outcomes. In an effort to ensure that our practitioners and health coaches have the most up-to-date training, we’ll be requiring that all have completed ReCODE 2.0 training by the end of the year. Additionally, we’re working on a major alignment project that will not only simplify accessibility to our programs, but also ensure uniformity and standardization in how the protocol is applied. Finally, we’re working to create a partnership with a meal delivery service for the KetoFLEX 12/3 diet further easing accessibility to brain-healthy nutrition — one of the most important strategies for healing. Read More »

May 19, 2022From Dr. Bredesen, News

Bats About Alzheimer’s?

In his blog “Bats About Alzheimer’s,” Dr. Bredesen compares the findings of a recent study decoding the speech of bats (they spend a considerable time arguing) to those arguing about the best way to treat cognitive decline — wasting precious time instead of helping those in need. Read More »

May 12, 2022News

Early Onset Dementia and Alzheimer’s is on the Rise for Young Adults

The prevalence of dementia is dramatically increasing for young Americans, according to a recent report from Blue Cross and Blue Shield. The analysis reveals that the rate of dementia has jumped 200% among commercially insured Americans between the ages of 30 and 64 over a recent five-year period. Read More »

May 4, 2022Facebook Live Videos, Insider Strategies, News

Facebook Live: How to Identify and Remove Mold From Your Home

In this Facebook Live, Apollo Health’s Chief Science Officer, Dr. Dale Bredesen, and ReCODE 2.0 Certified Health Coach, Julie Luby, were joined by mold remediation and mold inspection experts Michael Rubino and Brian Karr, who offered practical and actionable information on how to identify sources of mold in your home, which pose a threat to your cognitive health and overall wellbeing. Read More »

April 18, 2022Behavior Change, From Ram Rao, Insider Strategies, News

You Are Where You Eat

In his blog “You are Where You Eat,” Dr. Ram Rao describes the best environments for meals to optimize the food’s energy to strengthen the brain and experience overall health and wellness. Read More »