Anyone who follows this site knows I have been a believer in Bredesen’s Protocol, although I do have some healthy scepticism as well! In saying that, I believe if we don’t view dementia as a chronic disease, which brings with it acquired cognitive disabilities, the estimates of people being diagnosed may be much higher than … More Transcendental Meditation and Dementia
The Titanic sadly, but very famously sank, and there was no stopping it, with many people losing their lives! History.com says: “The luxury steamship RMS Titanic sank in the early hours of April 15, 1912, off the coast of Newfoundland in the North Atlantic after sideswiping an iceberg during its maiden voyage. Of the 2,240 passengers and … More Dementia and The Titanic
You can read more about this webinar on DAI’s latest blog here…
Thanks to a new friend Peter S, for sending me this blog from a website called The Radical Remission Project. It is yet another example of how lifestyle changes can and do reverse or at least slow down dementia. Despite carrying the Alzheimber’s gene, “DKF” experienced a radical remission from early-onset cognitive decline by making … More Healing Story of the Month: August 2017
This is what Dr Dave Jenkins was doing, before he decided preventing, reversing or stabilising dementia was his priority as a medical doctor… If you haven’t already registered for the DAI Webinar, there is plenty of time to do so.
Written on Facebook by an online friend, David Kramer, a retired medical doctor and online friend, I felt his comment, and the article he refers us to is of importance on my blog here. David says” Help yourself to a free dose of reality! In spite of the misleading headline, the story is spot on. … More A dose of reality from David Kramer
I’ve been absent from blogging here or on most of my other personal sites this year, due to stress and health issues, but feel like I might be on the comeback! Anyway, until I remember to follow up with whoever it was who offered to help me turn my three blogs into one, I’m posting … More A few updates on the Bredesen protocol