World-Class Experts Teach You Their Secrets for Preventing & Reversing Alzheimer’s Disease.

We’re breaking down the latest advancements in science, medicine, technology, neurology, nutrition, and more to help you reclaim your memories and your life at The Reverse Alzheimer’s Summit 2.0

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World-Leading Experts

You'll hear from 40+ top doctors, researchers, New York Times bestselling authors and more to show you exactly how to reverse alzheimer to create the happiest, healthiest and most abundant life you've always deserved.

8-Day Virtual Summit

For 8 days from Tuesday, June 14th through Tuesday, June 21st, you’ll have access to 40+ interviews, each containing powerful insights on reversing alzheimer that you can apply to your own life INSTANTLY and EASILY.

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What You’ll Learn at the
Reverse Alzheimer’s Summit 2.0

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Manage stress: Learn coping strategies to minimize the stress associated with an Alzheimer’s diagnosis and treatment.

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Learn how to prevent Alzheimer’s: Our memories may slightly diminish as we age, but memory loss is not inevitable. Learn how to fortify your brain against an Alzheimer’s diagnosis.

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Find hope: Hear from the world’s Alzheimer’s experts about cutting-edge technology, scientific advancements, and medical options to reverse the signs of Alzheimer’s.

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Learn how to prevent Alzheimer’s: Our memories may slightly diminish as we age, but memory loss is not inevitable. Learn how to fortify your brain against an Alzheimer’s diagnosis.

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Treat the whole person: Discover why many doctors consider Alzheimer’s to be an autoimmune disorder and learn how to heal your whole body to heal your brain.

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Detox to heal: Learn how toxins in your home, food, and work may be contributing to memory loss and what you can do to create a healthy, clean oasis instead.

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Find connections: Learn how Alzheimer’s disease may be connected to cancer, Lyme disease, autism, and more - and what you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones.​

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Eat to live: Hear from doctors and other experts about the latest in nutritional science to support a healthy brain. (And discover the potential healing power of fasting.)

And it’s all yours with your FREE Ticket to Reverse Alzheimer’s Summit 2.0

Empower Yourself to Heal

Alzheimer’s disease may feel like a death sentence – both for your loved one and your relationship – but there’s more to Alzheimer’s disease than meets the eye. 

We can make significant strides toward healing by taking a holistic approach to treatment and management – focusing on stress, nutrition, hormonal balance, infections, detox strategies, and lifestyle factors.

You are not powerless in the face of a diagnosis. You can make a difference.

Whether you’ve watched a loved one struggle with the memory loss, isolation, and pain of an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, or you want to do all you can to protect yourself and prevent Alzheimer’s, the Reverse Alzheimer’s Summit can help!

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Learn From These 40+ World-Leading Experts

DAY 1

Dale Bredesen, MD

Alzheimer's Is Optional

  • 84% of participants REVERSE cognitive decline in recent study.
  • Comparing aducanumab to the Bredesen protocol.
  • The future of Aging.

David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM

Dropping Acid and Reversing Dementia

  • Neurometabolism, Uric Acid and the keto diet.
  • Disconnection and cognitive function.
  • The best diets for a healthy brain.

Julie Gregory

A Survivor's Story of Hope and Healing

  • Understanding the genetic risks of ApoE4.
  • A personal path to healing and helping others.
  • Understanding the resources available to help.

 

Dr. Sally Weinrich

Interview with a First Survivor of Alzheimer's

  • Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s
  • Cognoscopies
  • Challenges
  • Benefits
  • Message for Listeners

Dr. Tom O'Bryan DC, CCN, DACBN

Nipping Alzheimer’s in the Bud: Identifying the Earliest Markers of a Brain on Fire

  • How base hits win ball games.
  • Why disease begins in a leaky gut.
  • The connection between smell and Alzheimer's.

Nate Bergman, DO

Evolving Past Alzheimer's - A Skeptics View of Where We Are

  • Conventional medical interventions on the horizon.
  • The most exciting advances in Alzheimer's research right now.
  • Optimizing the combination of conventional and functional medicine for brain health and healing.

Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc

Transforming The Survival Paradox: Mastering Your Biochemistry To Reverse Alzheimer's & Neurological Disease

  • How to effectively address the drivers of AD.
  • Short-term and long-term strategies in Alzheimer's.
  • The transformational value of letting go.

Julie Luby

Health Coaching for Brain Health

COMING SOON

DAY 2

Teepa Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA

Learning How A Positive Approach to Care can Transform the Experience of Dementia

  • Practical tips for engaging with someone who has dementia.
  • Understanding GEM states and how to make them shine.
  • Avoiding caregiver burnout and getting your loved one the best care possible

Peggy Sarlin

Brain Health For Caregivers​

  • How finding courage and creativity can help you move through a dementia diagnosis.
  • Peggy bares her soul and moves me to tears multiple times as she describes.
  • What it means to be a caregiver for someone with a neurodegenerative disease and why the unique demands put you at risk of developing dementia.

Austin Perlmutter, MD

Wiring the Brain for Better Health

  • How to rewire your brain for a healthier life.
  • The role of psychedelics in brain health.
  • COVID impacts and your brain.

Ashok Gupta

Neuroplasticity Brain Retraining for Chronic Illnesses

  • How chronic illnesses may start in the brain.
  • The brain neurology of inflammation.
  • How brain retraining can potentially reverse these affects.

Brant Cortright, PhD

The Neurogenisis Diet & Lifestyle

  • The best diet for brain healing and how to know if it is right for you.
  • Relationships for brain healing.
  • Daily practices for neuroplasticity and neurogenesis.

Keesha Ewers, PhD, MSN, ARNP, FNPc

COMING SOON

COMING SOON!

Dr. Stephen Sideroff

The Path to Resilience - Optimizing Mental Health for Optimal Brain Health

  • Defining autonomic dysregulation.
  • Describing the 9 pillars of resilience.
  • Getting on “The Path” to resilience.

Kate Kunkel

The Musical Brain: Using Music and Frequencies to Prevent and Reverse Dementia.

  • Music, sound, and vibration therapy for memory.
  • Vegan-Keto diets for brain health.
  • The healing power of silence.

DAY 3

Stephanie Seneff, PhD

Glyphosate Toxicity and Neurocognition

  • How glyphosate affects glycine, the gut and the brain.
  • Sulfate, sulfites, sulfur and your biochemistry.
  • Foods to avoid and foods to consume for brain health.

Margaret Christensen, MD​

Mycotoxins, Dementia and Hormone Havoc

  • Mycotoxins, and dementia.
  • Hormones and dementia.
  • Detoxing the body from mycotoxins.

Neil Nathan, MD

Mycotoxins are an Unrecognized and Treatable Cause of Dementia

  • How mycotoxins influence cognitive function.
  • How to know if mycotoxins are affecting your brain and how to get them out.

Nafysa Parpia, ND​

The Role of Tick-Borne Diseases in Cognitive Decline

  • Learn the symptoms of tick-borne illness.
  • A step wise approach to treating complex chronic illness.
  • Treating cognitive decline includes assessing for tick-borne disease.

Matt Pratt-Hyat, PhD​

A mold free home for brain health

  • How a moldy home can affect your brain.
  • The best testing of your home for mold and mycotoxins.
  • How to remediate your home to eliminate mold and mycotoxins.

Beth O'Hara, FN

The Science of Mast Cells and Neuroinflammation

  • Understand why you are so sensitive and what role mast cells may be playing.
  • Brain fog, neuroinflammation and mast cells.
  • How to know if mast cells are causing inflamation in your brain and what do next.

Christopher Shade, PhD

The Details of Detox

  • Low risk, high reward heavy metal detox.
  • Understanding the detox process from cells to excretion.
  • Cellular and mitochondrial regeneration for optimal brain health.

Christine Schaffner, ND

Your Guide to Brain Hygiene

  • Putting the pieces together – oral and sleep hygiene.
  • Avoiding the worst brain toxins.
  • Mental health for brain health.

Elizabeth Seymour, MD

Mycotoxin Testing and Treatment for Brain Health

  • How to know if mycotoxins are an issue for your brain.
  • How to access testing; What does it mean and what to do next.
  • How do we know when are done treating mycotoxins.

DAY 4

Tom Fabian, PhD, CNTP

Digesting the Gut - Brain Connection

  • The three imbalances most commonly seen in the gut.
  • Understanding the gut brain axis.
  • Health starts with great digestion.

Terry Wahls, MD

Reversing Irreversable Neurodegenerative Diseases by Supporting Health

  • The Ketogenic diet and how to individualize for high cholesterol.
  • How brain cells protect us and wreak havoc when out of balance.
  • The gut brain connection and the best foods to optimize it.

Kara Fitzgerald, ND, IFMCP

Younger You - Aging is Optional

  • Measuring biological age vs. chronological age.
  • The best foods for reversing the aging process.
  • The value of cuddling.

Darrin Peterson

Straight Forward Supplementation For Brain Health

  • The best nutrients for brain health.
  • Working with Dr. Bredesen to formulate products
  • How to know if you are buying high quality supplements.

Dayan Goodenowe, PhD

Understanding Plasmalogens and Their Role in Alzheimer's Reversal

  • The Biochemistry of Alzheimer's Disease.
  • The risk of ApoE4 genetics.
  • How fats impact the brain.

Max Lugavere

Genius Foods for Brain Health and Body Health

  • The science of eating right for brain health.
  • The latest research on oils, dairy, and red meat for brain health.
  • Shopping for your Genius Kitchen.

Dr. Wes Youngberg

Factors Most Commonly Responsible For A Patient's Cognitive Improvement: Dr. Bredesen's Interviews Dr. Wes Youngberg

  • Discussion as to the factors most commonly responsible for a patient's cognitive improvement.
  • Insulin resistance is the most common and often the primary underlying trigger of dementia.
  • The most sensitive and effective way to measure insulin resistance in patients is with a Glucose Tolerance Test that includes
    insulin measures at fasting, 1-hour and 2-hours at the same times as the glucose measurements.
  • Extending the Glucose Tolerance Test with a 3-hour and 4-hour Glucose helps establish if the patient has reactive hypoglycemia which is a major risk factor for hypocampal neuron death and progression of dementia.
  • A more comprehensive and inexpensive assessment of a patients genetic mutations is possible using the “raw data file” from a
    23andme.com saliva test and the MTHFRsupport.com report. This goes way beyond EPOe4 and MTHFR mutations.
  • Understanding where the genetic mutations are gives us specific understanding on how to improve the downstream biochemical impairments related to each mutation.
  • It's important to understand that sensitivity to various toxins and exposure to chronic low grade infections lead to chronic
    inflammation and therefore greater insulin resistance.
  • Testing for mycotoxins, glyphosate, industrial toxin load and heavy metals is a critical step in helping patients restore cognitive
    function.

Amy Berger, MS, CNS, NTP

Keto Without the Crazy

  • The importance of changing fuel for your brain from sugar to fat.
  • Common misconceptions about the ketogenic diet.
  • Tips for avoiding the keto flu.

DAY 5

Datis Kharrazian, PhD, DHSc, DC, MS, MMSc, FACN

Traumatized: How Severe and Traumatic Brain Injury Can Cause or Worsen Dementia

  • The unexpected risks of traumatic brain injuries even if they happened decades ago.
  • How physical and emotional trauma affect the brain.
  • There is always hope for recovery from a TBI.

Sarah McEwen, PhD

Exercise For Enhancing Neuroplasticity And Alzheimer’s Risk Reduction​

  • The best exercise for brain health at any age.
  • How women and men differ in AD risk.
  • Combining cognitive training with physical training.

Charles Whitney, M.D.

The Mouth Matters- The Impacts Of Oral Health On Cognitive Decline​​

  • High risk mouth bacteria that cause bleeding gums also cause Alzheimer’s and heart disease.
  • Sleep apnea is not just a lack of CPAP, it is an airway disease that is potentially curable.
  • Learn the most important questions to ask your dentist to support your brain.
  • Mercury contained in silver fillings is a contributor to Alzheimer's disease. Find out if need to be removed!
  • Learn what you can start doing today to address this important root cause of Alzheimer's disease.

William Pawluk, MD, MSc

PEMF​

  • How PEMF helps to facilitate making memories.
  • How to entrain your brain for making and retrieving memories.
  • All the ways PEMF support cellular health.
  • Challenge your brain during this crash course in brain waves and how they support cognitive function.

Dr. Richard Pither

Identifying Patients At Highest Risk of Cognitive Decline Due To Alzheimer’s Disease, From a Simple Saliva Sample...and The Actions To Delay Onset of Symptoms

  • Cytox launched their test, “The Alzheimer's Risk Test – powered by genoSCORE” into North America late 2021, led by their testing laboratory partners, Sampled.
  • The Alzheimer's Risk Test is a Polygenic Risk Scoring (PRS) test that provides a comprehensive assessment of genetic risk linked to late-onset Alzheimer's disease and associated cognitive decline. 
  • Alzheimer's disease is a highly complex disease with risk factors based in genetics, lifestyle, age, and environment but up to 50% of the risk factors are modifiable and so can be addressed to reduce overall risk.
  • The Alzheimer's Risk Test is offered by approved clinical practices and requires only a simple saliva sample and uses a Polygenic Risk algorithm to predict the risk of individuals developing Alzheimer's disease and so optimise clinical management of those at highest risk.

Cheng Ruan, MD

What Your Skull Reveals About Your Brain Health

  • The most neglected topic of memory loss is optimizing the skull.
  • Why those with dementia and memory issues require a biological dentist and an ENT doctor on their team.
  • How new technology reveals root causes in brain health.
  • How your jaw and bite issures are connected to memory issues.
  • How sleep apnea and narcolepsy are confused with early onset dementia even by neurologists.

Kashif Khan

The Genetics of Alzheimer's and Why Its a Choice

  • Why genetic tests that tell you Alzheimer's risks are wrong.
  • What are they really saying if you go beyond the surface level science.
  • What have you learned in clinical practice that people can take advantage of.

DAY 6

Felice Gersh, MD

Why Hormones Are Superheros When It Comes To Dementia​

  • Estrogen is essential to creating new neurons.
  • Hormones are key to an aging brain.
  • The brain makes estrogen in men and women because it needs it so much for neuronal function.
  • Why estrogen is necessary for energy production in every cell.
  • Living well, no just living long.
  • The dynamic relationship between estrogen and progesterone.
  • Testosterone is neuroprotective in women AND men.
  • Natural hormones PREVENT cancers.
  • InflamAGING and how to reverse it and what it means for your brain.

Anna Cabeca, DO, OBGYN

The Keto-Green Diet for the Female Brain at Any Age

  • How changing hormones affect the brain as we age.
  • The link between sugar, ketones, hormones and memory.
  • Optimizing hormones through diet, lifestlye and hormone replacement for brain health.

Louann Brizendine, MD​

Upgrade your brain as you transition through menopause

  • Estrogen for brain health.
  • Breaking down the Women's Health Initiative study.
  • Assessing risks and benefits of hormone replacement therapy

Tess Bredesen

Food for Thought / The Bredesens Talk Brain Food / Tips and Tricks for a Brain-Boosting Diet / Eating your way toward better brain health

  • KetoFlex 12/3 specifics.
  • Tools/resources to help implement.
  • Personal/client anecdotes and workarounds.

Wendie Trubow, MD, MBA

Dirty Girl - How to Ditch the Toxins,
Look Great and Feel Freaking Amazing

  • Toxins affect us all.
  • Identifying toxins and where they come from.
  • How to get rid of them and return to feeling great.

Kyrin Dunston, MD

The Hormone Prescription for Preventing Dementia

  • Why sex hormones should be called flex hormones.
  • How to get maxiumum impact from your hormone replacement to create balance.
  • What most people get wrong when thinking about menopause.

Dr. Sharon Stills

COMING SOON

COMING SOON!

DAY 7

Matt Cook, MD

Peptides as a tool for Reversing Dementia

  • Exciting new approaches to evaluating causes of cognitive decline.
  • Peptides for reversing dementia.
  • Regenerative strategies for brain healing.

David Haase, MD

The Root Cause: How Cell Function Impacts Brain Function (& How to Fortify Your Cells)

  • Plasma exchange for brain regeneration.
  • It's not the brain that matters, it's our humanity.
  • Supporting not only patients but also their families through the journey of dementia.

Robert Hedaya, MD​

Applying HYLANE technology to reverse dementia

  • Beyond a functional medicine approach to cognitive decline.
  • Precision laser therapy for cognitive function.
  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for neuroregeneration.
  • Case studies in reversing dementia.

Kenneth Sharlin, M.D.,
M.P.H., IFMCP

A Neurologist's Perspective - Reversing Alzheimer's

  • The importance of a precice diagnosis.
  • Lifestyle choices as the foundation for reversing Alzheimer's.
  • The potential benefits of combining antibody therapies with functional approaches.

Thomas Moorcroft, DO

Optimizing Glymphatic Flow for Brain Health

  • Understanding the role of glymphatic flow in brain detox.
  • Optimizing glymphatic flow through easy diet and lifestyle changes.
  • The importance of quality sleep.

Sean McCormick

Biohacking for Cognitive Health

  • Using biohacks for better brain health at any age.
  • Why adults of any age should care about dementia.
  • The most important lifestyle decisions for brain health.

Laura Frontiero, FNP-BC

Getting and Keeping Your Energy Edge

  • The role of mitochondria on health and wellbeing.
  • Potential insults to your mitochondira.
  • Restoring mitochondrial health for optimal brain health and enery.

 

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Meet Your Summit Hosts

Heather Sandison, ND

Dr. Heather Sandison is the founder of Solcere Health Clinic and Marama, the first residential care facility for the elderly of its kind. At Solcere, Dr. Sandison and her team of doctors and health coaches focus primarily on supporting patients looking to optimize cognitive function and reverse dementia by addressing root causes of imbalance in the brain and body including, toxins, nutrients, stress, structure, and infections.

She was awarded a grant to study an individualized, integrative approach to reversing dementia and is a primary investigator on the ITHNCLR clinical trial the results of which will be published in 2022.

At Marama, Dr. Sandison has created an immersive residential experience in the lifestyle proven to best support brain health and healing. Dietary changes, staying active, creating community and enjoying a healing environment become effortless at Marama.

Dr. Sandison is also the host of the Reverse Alzheimer’s Summit and Collective Insights Podcast where she works to share what is possible for those suffering with dementia.

Dr. Dale Bredesen​

An internationally recognized expert in the mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases, Dr. Dale Bredesen’s career has been guided by a simple idea: that Alzheimer’s as we know it is not just preventable, but reversible. Thanks to a dedicated pursuit of finding the science that makes this a reality, his idea has placed Dr. Bredesen at the vanguard of neurological research, and led to the discoveries that today underlie the ReCODE Report.

Dr. Bredesen earned his MD from Duke University Medical Center and served as Chief Resident in Neurology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) before joining Nobel laureate Stanley Prusiner’s laboratory at UCSF as an NIH Postdoctoral Fellow. He held faculty positions at UCSF, UCLA and the University of California, San Diego. Dr. Bredesen also directed the Program on Aging at the Burnham Institute before joining the Buck Institute in 1998 as founding President and CEO.

Dr. David Perlmutter​

Dr. Perlmutter is a Board-Certified Neurologist and six-time New York Times bestselling author. He serves on the Board of Directors and is a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition.

Dr. Perlmutter received his M.D. degree from the University of Miami School of Medicine where he was awarded the Leonard G. Rowntree Research Award. He serves as a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and has published extensively in peer-reviewed scientific journals including Archives of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and The Journal of Applied Nutrition. In addition, he is a frequent lecturer at symposia sponsored by institutions such as the World Bank and IMF, Columbia University, Scripps Institute, New York University, and Harvard University, and serves as an Associate Professor at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

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