I’m Michael Sanders
I specialize in helping men and women, ages 40+, who are at risk of developing dementia or Alzheimer’s to get off the hamster wheel of hopelessness and despair and instead reclaim their health and live an active, independent, and fulfilling life. I founded Accelerating Wellness over 10 years ago to help my clients make sustainable lifestyle changes and optimize their cognitive health, physical health, and mental/emotional health.
"I highly recommend Michael Sanders as a health coach for helping people navigate the lifestyle changes needed to implement the Bredesen Protocol. Michael is a true professional.
He is warm, genuine, and has excellent communication skills, as well as a depth of knowledge and experience as a health coach. Most importantly he cares about his client's success and works diligently to help them achieve their goals."
- Cynthia Libert, M.D. Functional Medicine for the Brain & Body
Health & Vitality.
GROUP WELLNESS PROGRAMS
Live an Active
The group wellness program is for you if you’d like to travel with a small, intimate community that allows you to learn how to create more hope, healing, and self-care as you navigate from where you are currently to where you truly want to be.
Do You Have Any of These Risks
for Developing Dementia?
Alzheimer's disease and dementia starts in the brain 20 to 30 years before the onset of symptoms. You have ample time to intervene if you are in your 40's, 50's or 60’s.
Your risk of developing dementia and diabetes may be higher if you are insulin resistant. By testing your fasting insulin level, fasting glucose, and your hemoglobin A1c, we'll know if you are insulin resistant.
Your risk of developing dementia and other metabolic disorders may be higher if you have chronic inflammation. By testing your hs-CRP (high sensitivity C-reactive protein) and A/G ratio (albumin to globulin ratio) we'll know if you have chronic inflammation.
Nutrients & Hormone
Your risk of developing dementia and other diseases may be higher if you are deficient in certain nutrients and hormones. By testing your vitamin B12, vitamin D3, homocysteine, free T3, and your hormone panel, you will know where your levels optimal, average, or deficient.
Your risk of developing dementia may be higher if you have a history of head trauma. Have you sustained head injuries from sports, automobile accidents, falls, or had a traumatic brain injury?
Your risk of developing dementia may be higher if you have been exposed to toxins. Unfortunately, we all have as they are are found everywhere in our indoor and outdoor environments. Fortunately, we can learn which toxins in our body are at unhealthy levels and we can reduce or possibly eliminate them.
Even if You Are at Risk for
Developing Cognitive Decline,
There is Hope! Just Start Early...
Starting early, especially in your 40's, 50's, or even 60’s is your best defense to prevent cognitive decline. Using proven methods and a personal approach, I'll work with you on your prevention program that addresses your specific health risks for developing dementia.