The Truth About Alzheimer’s Summit 2023
Are you worried about not being mentally present in your later years?
Neurocognitive decline does not have to be a predetermined part of your future.
If dementia “runs in your family,” or you have a parent, grandparent, or loved one at risk for dementia or with early-stage Alzheimer’s, or you’re exploring how you can protect your mental and physical health as you age, this event is for you.
Join us to learn how to prevent Alzheimer’s, improve your memory and slow the signs of aging…
And discover what your doctor probably doesn’t know.
Why Attend “The Truth About Alzheimer's” 2023 Summit
It’s highly likely that someone in your family has or is dealing with some form of mental decline.
We’re told that these health issues are just a sign of getting older and that there’s not much that can be done. But that is far from true.
Yes, we’re going to age, but you don’t have to become a prisoner in your own mind and body.
If you or someone you love is at risk of developing Alzheimer’s, don’t let genetics or age be an excuse.
Learn what you can do to help protect your brain health for years to come.
What You'll Learn During the “Truth About Alzheimer's” Summit 2023
The Truth About Alzheimer’s will provide you with the education and resources to help you learn:
- The current science on how to prevent Alzheimer’s disease
- How specific supplements can improve brain health & help prevent Alzheimer’s disease
- Actionable tools that can help slow down the aging process, while improving health & longevity
- Anti-aging technologies like stem cells & peptides
- How you can help a family member reverse memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s
- How to protect your brain from mold
- Gluten & its impact on Alzheimer’s
- How glyphosate (Roundup) affects the brain
- How mercury and other heavy metals contribute to Alzheimer’s disease
- Science behind heavy metal detoxification
- Impact EMFs, wireless networks and bluetooth have on the brain
- Key strategies for reducing Alzheimer’s risk factors
- Choosing brain-healthy & delicious food
- Lifestyle changes that help prevent Alzheimer’s
The Relationship Between Alzheimer's, Toxins, and Heavy Metals
We all want to avoid memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease for ourselves and our loved ones. But did you know that toxins and heavy metals can play a role in the development of this terrible illness? Understanding the connection between Alzheimer’s and these toxins can help to prevent memory loss and dementia.
These days, we’re exposed to a wide variety of toxins and heavy metals that can accumulate in our bodies and cause a range of health issues.
Studies suggest that these toxins and heavy metals can result in the development of Alzheimer’s and dementia. Scientists believe that they may interfere with the brain’s normal functions and cause irreversible damage.
Fortunately, there are steps we can take to prevent ourselves and our loved ones from developing Alzheimer’s or dementia.
There’s no better time than now to start taking action.
You’ll discover tools and resources that will enable you to take the steps needed to protect your brain health and make sure you age gracefully and with dignity.
The Relationship Between Exercise & Brain Health
It’s no secret that as we age, our memories can start to fade.
But did you know that it’s estimated that the average American who reaches age 80 has a 50% chance of having some form of dementia?
If you’re 40 or older, this information may be concerning, especially if you have loved ones at risk of developing Alzheimer’s or dementia.
For decades, we’ve been told that there’s nothing you can do when it comes to Alzheimer’s. That it’s just something that happens to you as you age or that it’s genetic…But not anymore.
For example, recent studies show that exercising – as simple as going for a walk – could help protect your brain from disease and cognitive decline.
It can be intimidating to start a fitness journey, but don’t let that stop you.
At the end of the day, taking action is the best way to prevent Alzheimer’s and memory loss. Exercise is a great way to do that – and it’s never too late to start.
With topics ranging from how exercise promotes brain health to exercise techniques and other lifestyle changes that can help prevent Alzheimer’s, Josh Helman, MD, and Robert Love, PhD, are here to provide you with the tools and resources that will enable you to take the steps needed to make sure you age gracefully and with dignity.
Free Gifts for Attendees
When you register for the 2023 Truth About Alzheimer's Summit, you'll get access to several free gifts including:
Gift #1: “Top 10 Supplements to Prevent Alzheimer’s”
Are you looking to support brain health and cognitive function? Want to stay sharp, stay healthy and stay ahead of the game?
Dr. Josh Helman has curated a list of the top 10 supplements that can assist in promoting brain health and potentially reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
Empower yourself with knowledge and make informed choices to protect your cognitive well-being.
With so many options available, it can be challenging to determine which supplements are right for you. This carefully selected list cuts through the noise and provides you with scientifically-backed options to consider.
Use it as a quick reference to information on each supplement, including their benefits and potential effects on brain health.
By incorporating these carefully selected supplements into your daily routine, you can take proactive steps to support your brain health and enhance cognitive function.
Gift #2: “Top 10 Anti-Aging Supplements”
Are you ready to turn back the clock and embrace a healthy and vibrant life? Look no further!
Whether you want to improve your overall well-being or specifically target age-related concerns, this quick reference has got you covered.
Discover the most effective supplements that can support healthy aging, including:
- Cellular function
- Immune function
- Cardiovascular health
- Cognitive function
- Joint health
- Skin health
- And more!
Dr. Joshua Helman has done the hard work of researching and analyzing various products, so you can make informed decisions with confidence.
This simple list will empower you to take control of your aging journey and make choices that support a healthy and vibrant life.
Experience the benefits of these supplements and unlock your full potential!
Gift #3: “Fast-Action Video Bonus: 7 Easy Steps to Prevent Alzheimer’s”
It’s no longer a matter of fate or genetics…
We have the power to take action and protect our brain health.
Research has conclusively shown that what you do (or don’t do) in your middle years can greatly impact your risk of developing Alzheimer’s.
You’ll learn 7 easy steps you can start taking today to protect your brain health and reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
This video is packed with valuable insights and practical tips that can make a real difference in your life.
Don’t let Alzheimer’s dictate your future – empower yourself with knowledge and take proactive steps towards a healthier brain.
Remember, every journey begins with a single step. Get started with one action step today and take control of your cognitive well-being!
About Your Host – Robert Love, PhD
Robert Love is a neuroscientist, entrepreneur and art collector. He is one of the most watched neuroscientists on the planet, with over 125 Million views across social media platforms. He and his work have been featured on Today, Jimmy Kimmel Live and in Newsweek. He has also published in peer-reviewed journals, is working on a book about preventing Alzheimer's with Dr. Josh Helman, and is currently conducting a clinical trial on memory.
Alzheimer’s disease is a very personal issue for Love because two of his grandparents had dementia, and he is committed to helping his parents prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
Even if you can't attend as scheduled, register now because you'll be able to listen to sessions for brief time after they air.
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