• Reversing Alzheimer's Immersion Program

    by Dr. Susan Sklar
    on Apr 12th, 2017

I recently returned from an exciting weekend retreat working with people who have early Alzheimer’s and their families. This Immersion Program was held by Dr. Dale Bredesen, developer of the Bredesen 3.0 protocol for reversing and preventing cognitive decline.


MiramonteSpa.jpgI was chosen along with eight other health care providers to work with patients at an exclusive Intensive Retreat with Dr. Dale Bredesen and his staff. The beautiful Miramonte Resort in Indian Wells, California, was the perfect spot for the event. Over a four day period of time, patients met with doctors, nutritionists, health coaches and Dr. Bredesen himself.

We all ate nutritious food prepared to specifications for the reversal of
cognitive decline (a ketogenic diet high in healthy olive oil and coconut oil, as well as tons of fresh vegetables). I and the other doctors reviewed personal medical histories and laboratory results with the patients attending and began developing a plan for recovery that includes supplements, hormones, exercise, stress reduction and adequate sleep.

We are now accepting patients dealing with cognitive difficulties into our clinic utilizing the Bredesen 3.0 Protocol for Reversing Alzheimer’s Disease.

I am honored to be a Certified Bredesen Protocol Provider and I continue to work closely with Dr. Bredesen in the care of patients struggling with this difficult diagnosis.

If you or someone you love is affected by difficulty with memory, remembering names or finding directions, contact us today to see if you or your loved one would benefit from the Bredesen 3.0 Protocol.

If Alzheimer’s runs in your family, you are a candidate for our Prevention Program. Curious? You can test your Brain Health and Brain Risk with our new BRAINSPAN test.

Author Dr. Susan Sklar

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