It's bad enough when you forget where you left your keys and have to run around frantically looking for them... or when you put the biscuits in the fridge and the butter in the pantry (I have done this). But what about dementia and Alzheimer's? These are terrifying diagnoses and yet we do not tie together a lifestyle that damages the precious neurons, with the diagnosis.
For many of us, all we will have to contend with is poor concentration and perhaps brain fog but even these are concerning when you notice they are becoming more frequent. Perhaps we cannot balance so well and can no longer play the sport we love.
Aging does NOT have to mean loss of function and retaining cellular health, including nerve health, can be achieved so that we can live well into old age with full mental and physical function.
Where did I leave my keys will show you how to do this... in a gentle, step by step way. Application of the suggestions will show an early noticeable change and the steps are not difficult. I have been at the point where you may be now... and my own brain has had a complete turnaround.
Lecture 1: Introduction, disclaimer and lecturer qualifications. Disclaimer PDF
Lecture 2: What you will gain, who will benefit and course requirements
Lecture 3: Part one: Preparing your home and your mindset
Lecture 4: First preparatory step: How to get good sleep and PDF of sleep support
Lecture 5: Clearing out your personal space for changes
Lecture 6: Clearing out your pantry and kitchen
Lecture 7: Clearing your life of energy suckers
Lecture 8: Asking for help from family
Lecture 9: Part Two. The nuts and bolts
Lecture 10: Neurotransmitters. What are they? Why we need them and how to keep them healthy
Lecture 11: Magnesium. Why is it a fabulous brain support?
Lecture 12: Causes of magnesium deficiency and sources of magnesium PDF
Lecture 13: Mitochondria and brain health. How to protect them and PDF of colourful foods
Lecture 14: What are telomeres and how do they help us live longer?
Lecture 15: Stress and brain deterioration. Pdf of reducing stress
Lecture 16: What blocks oxygen to the brain and how to resolve this
Lecture 17: Is exercise important for brain health and PDF of Tabata training
Lecture 18: What to test to measure future brain health. PDF of optimal values
Lecture 19: A special brain support. BDNF and how to support this.
Lecture 20: Zinc and brain health. PDF of zinc rich food
Lecture 21: How important are hormones in memory support and mental acuity.
Lecture 22: The dangers of sugar. PDF’s foods to eat or avoid and a shopping list. Plus a list of other supportive courses.
Lecture 23: A successful treatment approach to Alzheimer’s
Lecture 24: Brain fog, poor concentration and thyroid involvement
Lecture 25: Sirtuins. What are they and how do they contribute to a healthy brain. How to support sirtuins
Lecture 26: What is homocysteine and how it is important for mental acuity and avoiding Alzheimer’s
Lecture 27: What genes play a part in risk of Alzheimers?
Lecture 28: Prescribed medications that affect cognition and brain health
Lecture 29: Toxins that damage neurons
Lecture 30: Putting is all together. How I include these tips into my day. Goodbye and thanks
Lecture 30: Putting it all together. How I include these tips in my day. Goodbye, thanks and contact details.
Bonus Lecture: Intermittent fasting to reduce the impact of Insulin. And PDF on intermittent fasting
- No prior knowledge is necessary
- What damages your brain and leads to poor memory, suboptimal concentration and even Alzheimer's
- How to turn an aging brain into a younger, sharper brain
- What to eat to support your neurons
- What hormones affect brain health
- What genes affect brain health
- What lab tests to do to test for present brain risks
- Supplements and activities to support brain longevity
- A bonus lecture on intermittent fasting: Benefits and how-to