Creating a Holistic Approach for a Healthier Brain and a Brighter Future
I can help you assess your real risks for developing dementia or Alzheimer's Disease. And, if you are at risk, I will help you create and implement a plan that will allow you to keep your independence and lead a fulfilling life.
- Michael Sanders, MBA, NBC-HWC ReCODE 2.0 Certified
National Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach
As a Bredesen-trained PreCODE Coach and Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach, I specialize in helping individuals prevent cognitive decline.
Do you have a family history of dementia? If so, you may have one or two copies of the ApoE4 gene predisposing you to Alzheimer's disease (AD). 75 million Americans are genetically predisposed to AD.
If you have chronic inflammation, it may be caused by leaky gut, Lyme disease, herpes simplex, or other viral infections, which can put you at risk for developing Alzheimer's disease.
If you are one of the 120 million Americans who have prediabetes or type 2 diabetes, then you may be at risk for Alzheimer's disease.
Are You At Risk For Cognitive Decline?
Alzheimer's disease starts in the brain 20 to 30 years before the onset of symptoms, giving you ample time to intervene if you're at risk.
Nutrient and Hormone Deficiencies
If your levels of certain vitamins, minerals, and hormones are sub-optimal, you may be at increased risk for cognitive decline.
If you have a history of head trauma from traffic accidents, falls or concussions, you may be at increased risk for Alzheimer's disease.
Exposure to Toxins
If you have been exposed to toxins, such as mercury, toluene, molds, dental amalgams, benzene in paraffin candles, and others, you could be at an increased risk for Alzheimer's disease.
Even if You Are at Risk for Developing Cognitive Decline, There is Hope!
If You Start Early
Starting early is your best defense to prevent cognitive decline. Using proven methods and a personal approach, I can help you live a clear and bright future. I'll work with you on your personalized prevention program that addresses your specific health risks for developing Alzheimer's disease.
Cognitive Decline and Alzheimer's is preventable. Learn how I can help you.