A Breakthrough in Treating Alzheimer’s Disease and Reversing Early Cognitive Decline


Having you or a loved one receive an Alzheimer’s diagnosis can be devastating. You don’t know what the future will hold, and there’s so much to navigate in terms of treatment and continued care. There are also fears and uncertainty about one’s cognitive health moving forward.

However, did you know that it’s possible to reverse the effects of Alzheimer’s disease when treating it early? The ReCODE Protocol is a comprehensive, integrative approach that offers hope for individuals in Cincinnati needing treatment for cognitive decline.

When Cognitive Decline Becomes a Problem

As we age, a certain level of cognitive decline is expected, as are decreasing vision, muscle strength, and hearing. Trying to remember where you placed your car keys and then finding them a few minutes later is usually nothing to be alarmed about. However, holding your keys in your hand and wondering, “What are these for?” is reason enough to make an appointment with your doctor.

When cognitive decline becomes more than just a normal aging process, early intervention is crucial. Experts suggest that a multifaceted approach can slow the progression of dementia and even preserve cognitive functioning. This strategy can include managing depression symptoms, encouraging physical activity, avoiding inflammatory food, performing mental activities that exercise the brain and much more depending on which type of Alzheimer’s is diagnosed.

However, merely slowing the decline can still leave you feeling hopeless. What if you could also reverse the effects of early-onset dementia and Alzheimer’s disease?

The ReCODE Protocol

There is hope for individuals experiencing the early signs of Alzheimer’s disease. The ReCODE Protocol is the only evidence-based program shown to slow cognitive decline as well as reverse it. Developed by Dr. Dale Bredensen at Apollo Health, ReCODE is designed for patients showing early signs of Alzheimer’s or individuals interested in preserving their cognitive well-being. Although ReCODE has been shown to help individuals with mid to late-stage Alzheimer’s, the Protocol is most effective when implemented during the early phases of the disease.

The ReCODE Protocol isn’t just a medication or form of psychotherapy. It applies an integrative approach with the ReCODE Report, a comprehensive evaluation of various factors contributing to a patient’s cognitive decline. These factors include nutrition, hormonal balance, environmental toxins, lifestyle, and more. Any combination of these contributors can facilitate one of six subtypes that lead to a patient’s decline in cognitive functioning.

Based on the results of the ReCODE Report, the patient undergoes a treatment plan based on seven strategies to optimize their brain health:

  • Nutrition. A KetoFLEX diet primarily plant-based, organic, and limited in starch
  • Exercise. Limiting sedentary behavior and incorporating walking and strength training
  • Sleep. 7-8 hours of quality, restorative sleep each night
  • Stress. Stress management including mindfulness, meditation, and other techniques
  • Brain stimulation. “Upsizing” the brain with learning opportunities and activities that are fun and challenging
  • Detoxification. Eliminating toxins from food, water, air, and the environment that could impair cognition and taking them out of the body and brain.
  • Supplementation. Adding essential vitamins and minerals to make up for nutritional deficiencies, and add herbal medicines that encourage growth of new brain cells and brain connections.

Early Reversal of Dementia and Alzheimer’s Symptoms in Cincinnati

Being affected by dementia or Alzheimer’s disease is something that most people worry about occasionally. If you think you or someone you love is showing early signs, seeking medical attention is always a good idea. The first step in identifying and reversing early Alzheimer’s disease is to know the status of your cognitive health, and ReCODE can help with that.

Dr. Blatman and his staff are trained and qualified to administer the ReCODE Protocol. Whether you show early Alzheimer’s symptoms or want to be proactive in preserving your brain health, call Blatman Health and Wellness Center today to schedule your initial consultation.

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