Cognitive Function and Dementia
Dementia has become the most dreaded disease, more than cancer.
There are widely known treatments for cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Many people know someone who has overcome such diseases with dietary and lifestyle changes and live normal lives.
Also, many of us know someone who was diagnosed with cancer who then changed their diet and lifestyle and is still alive and doing well.
But few of us know someone who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and actually recovered from dementia. Many of us have had parents and relatives who went through dementia before passing away, and we dread having to go through the same thing ourselves. The medical system has little to no hope for dementia.
Is there any hope for reversing dementia? What can you do to prevent it and avoid it altogether?
In this webinar, Michael Donaldson, PhD will offer you solid hope for doing just that—preventing and even reversing early stage Alzheimer’s disease.
After watching this webinar you will be able to:
- Explain why amyloid plaque is protective
- Identify 3 different types of Alzheimer’s disease
- Develop your own strategy for reversing dementia
- Choose the key supplements to maximize your brain health
- Take back your brain health
Don’t miss out on this groundbreaking information that can change your life. Even if you’re following the healthy lifestyle of the Hallelujah Diet, Dr. Michael Donaldson, PhD will help to reclaim your health.
Presenter: Dr. Michael Donaldson, PhD - An invaluable asset to the science behind the Hallelujah Diet, Dr. Donaldson is a chemical engineering graduate of Cornell University and became the Research Director of the Hallelujah Diet in 1997.
His work consists of designing and coordinating epidemiologic and clinical intervention studies based on specific symptoms or diseases, and focuses on the results of The Hallelujah Diet. He is also the author of numerous research studies.
Dr. Donaldson’s research is ongoing and he plays a vital role in new product development and innovations.