A long line of Alzheimer’s drug trial failures has led to the belief that nothing can be done. But today, there is strong evidence to the contrary. Recent studies have shown effective prevention and reversal of cognitive decline for the first time, giving hope to those who once had none. Outlined in Dr. Dale Bredesen's NYT Bestseller The End of Alzheimer’s, The Bredesen Protocol is a multifactorial, therapeutic program, the first proven to prevent and even reverse cognitive decline.
The same strategies that reverse decline have also been shown to protect and enhance cognition. So whether you're looking to reverse existing symptoms, prevent decline, or enhance your focus, memory, and clarity, there's a program for you.
A program to optimize longevity.
The Enhance program applies the science-backed strategies and interventions of the Bredesen Protocol for those seeking to expand their healthspan and enhance their longevity.
Suited for those looking to move the needle from suboptimal or standard health to optimal health.
ReCODE Report not required.
A program to prevent cognitive decline.
The Protect program encompasses each aspect of the Bredesen Protocol for those seeking to prevent cognitive decline. If you have a family history of Alzheimer's, or have an ApoE 4 allele - a major risk factor for Alzheimer's - and want to do everything within your control to mitigate this risk, this program is for you.
Best suited for those without symptoms of decline, but want to minimize risk down the road.
ReCODE Report is recommended but not required.
A program to help reverse symptoms of cognitive decline.
The Reverse program is for those who are experiencing symptoms of cognitive decline and would like to initiate the Bredesen Protocol in an effort to slow, stop, and reverse symptoms. While reversal is possible (as documented in Reversal of Cognitive Decline: A Novel Therapeutic Program, Reversal of Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer's Disease, and RCD 100), the interventions involved are often much more challenging and rigorous than those for prevention. Depending on your contributing factors as detailed in your ReCODE Report results, it may be helpful to work with a team of specialists, including a Bredesen Protocol certified neurologist.
ReCODE Report is required.