The incidence of Alzheimer's and other types of dementia is skyrocketing. Drug therapy has not lived up to its promise, nor have stand-alone approaches like exercise or brain-building.
Yet, emerging research shows nutrition and lifestyle interventions are of paramount importance in preventing and even reversing Alzheimer's and other types of cognitive decline. The trick lies in a multi-pronged approach, customized to the type of dementia, as well as specifically testing for and addressing the lab values that are abnormal. Nutrition and diet-based approaches are paramount to addressing cognitive decline, which means RD/RDNs have a pivotal role in helping clients understand and implement the right approaches for their unique risk factors and presentation.
Join us for a webinar with neurologist and Alzheimer's researcher Dale Bredesen, MD, author of the bestselling The End of Alzheimer's, to learn more about this fascinating research, which impacts every adult client you see, as they are all at risk!
Here are the learning objectives:
At the conclusion of this webinar, the learner will be able to:
1. Describe the basic pathology of Alzheimer's.
2. Distinguish between Alzheimer's and other types of cognitive decline.
3. Describe why monotherapy has failed.
4. List the three types of Alzheimer's, according to the author's research, and how they are different
5. List five diet-related "leaky holes" in the roof that contribute to Alzheimer's.
6. Describe three ways nutrition can be used to help prevent and reverse Alzheimer's.
1 CPEU/CEU. FREE. Premieres LIVE Tuesday, January 30th from 1-2 PM ET. Click this link to register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/31017017...
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Product Code: WEB-COGNITION
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