Gut Health And Alzheimer’s : Why Testing Is Important

Gut Health And Alzheimer’s : Why Testing Is Important

Alzheimer’s disease doesn’t start in the brain. Let’s repeat that: Alzheimer’s disease doesn’t start in the brain. Obviously, it’s a brain disease, but it’s reductive to pretend that the brain is separate from the rest of your body. Your brain and body...

The First Drug That Can Slow Alzheimer’s?

You may have heard recently the news reports about the “first drug that can slow Alzheimer’s”. The drug company Bigen says that it will “soon seek regulatory approval in the UK for the groundbreaking drug called aducanumab” On looking further at this...

The Critical Role Gut Health Plays

When we first began working with the Bredesen protocol, we were very conservative in our testing. We based most of our testing on the patient’s signs and symptoms. For a long time we ignored gut testing in patients who did not show any obvious gut symptoms....

Hope is Here! The Truth About The Bredesen Protocol

You’re worried about the future. Everyone knows someone with Alzheimer’s disease, but now it’s having a more direct impact on your life. You’ve received the diagnosis – or a parent, sibling, or other relative has. There’s suddenly a lot to think about....
Meeting Dr Dale Bredesen

Meeting Dr Dale Bredesen

Jean and I have just returned from a very productive trip to London where we met Dr. Dale Bredesen. As always, in addition to discussing individual cases, a big part of the meeting revolves around the latest thoughts on what is working with RECODE patients...