Symposium Reveals New Ways To Prevent & Reverse Alzheimer's & Dementia

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Despite what many may have heard from conventional medicine, we now know how to prevent, slow down and even reverse the symptoms of Alzheimer’s and dementia. These medical breakthroughs will be revealed in the Alzheimer's and Dementia Summit, a unique online symposium featuring presentations from more than 30 leading M.D. and Ph.D. experts in brain health and integrative medicine.

More than 46 million people on the planet right now are losing their minds. Brain disorders, including Alzheimer's disease, dementia and memory loss, are fast becoming the world's single biggest health problem. Every three seconds, a new patient is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Families coping with late-stage dementia will face an average financial burden of $300,000.

The good news is: despite what many may have heard from conventional medicine, we now know how to prevent, slow down and even reverse the symptoms of Alzheimer’s and dementia. These medical breakthroughs will be revealed in the Alzheimer's and Dementia Summit, a unique online symposium featuring presentations from more than 30 leading M.D. and Ph.D. experts in brain health and integrative medicine.

"Alzheimer's is the world's sixth leading cause of death, killing more people than breast and prostate cancer combined – but it doesn't have to stay that way," said Summit host Jonathan Landsman, a personal health consultant, writer and radio talk show host who reaches millions of people worldwide. "Through simple lifestyle changes and other therapeutic programs, recent research has shown we can significantly reduce our risk for brain disorders; improve memory, concentration and overall well-being; and even slow or reverse many forms of Alzheimer's!"

The Summit's featured speaker, Dale Bredesen, M.D., director of neurodegenerative disease research at the Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, will discuss a comprehensive approach to reversing Alzheimer's, including new discoveries about the APOE4 gene and simple solutions.

Other speakers will cover topics such as: the link between oral health and brain disorders; the three top evidence-based natural therapies to avoid memory loss; how early life traumas negatively affect brain function; the latest research in how diet affects the brain; overlooked signs of dementia (years before diagnosis); the most important nutrients to prevent Alzheimer's, and many more.

The entire program of the Alzheimer's and Dementia Summit will be available to view FREE online from July 25 to August 1 – but only for those who register now at http://alzheimersdementiasummit.com.

Everyone who registers to view the Summit will receive three FREE gifts, including: Brain Defense: What to Do About Heavy Metal Toxicity, with Christopher Shade, Ph.D.; Stop Memory Loss: The Science Behind Healing, with Sayer Ji, Founder of GreenMedInfo; and Depression Solutions: A Natural Way to Treat Depression and Other Mental Disorders, with Jonathan Landsman and Andrew Saul, Ph.D.

"This is a unique opportunity for everyone who has a family member or friend dealing with poor brain function, and anyone who is looking for easy ways to change their diet and lifestyle to keep their brain healthy," Summit host Landsman said. "With today's breakthrough research, we can see the end of Alzheimer's and dementia in our lifetime!"

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