Cognitive Renewal for Early-Stage Alzheimer’s Disease: The ReCODE Protocol

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When treating Alzheimer’s disease, medication alone can only slow degeneration. However, Dr. Bredesen’s ReCODE Protocol has been demonstrated to be 85% effective in reversing cognitive decline in early-stage Alzheimer’s disease. In some cases, people in the middle and late stages of dementia have recovered through this comprehensive treatment.

Dr. Blatman and Ann Musick, Nutrition Specialist/CNS, are certified and trained to use ReCODE to help you or a loved one recover brain function. Learn more about how ReCODE is changing the landscape of dementia treatment and cognitive care.

ReCODE Is the Only Clinically Proven Program to Reverse Cognitive Decline in Early-Stage Alzheimer’s Disease

There is generally no single cause of age-related cognitive decline. Many things can injure the brain, and all the known causes need further investigation to mitigate their effects and successfully reverse the deterioration of brain functioning.

Alzheimer’s disease, a specific type of dementia, is one of the most significant global health threats we face today. As our population ages, Alzheimer’s is likely to become a worldwide epidemic.

Dr. Dale Bredesen, an internationally recognized expert in neurodegenerative diseases, describes six subtypes of Alzheimer’s that contribute to cognitive decline. Any person’s subtype or subtype-mix is revealed by laboratory testing accounting for hormones, environmental poisons, inflammatory markers, genetics, insulin resistance, and more.

The ReCODE Protocol

The Protocol consists of seven complementary strategies:

  • Nutrition
  • Exercise
  • Sleep
  • Stress
  • Stimulation
  • Detox
  • Supplements

In combination, these complementary strategies promote neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to heal and grow new neurons and synaptic connections in response to stimuli. While these strategies alone boost healing, they create a powerful synergy when they work together to strengthen brain functioning.

The goal in treating your early-stage Alzheimer’s is to change your biochemistry to provide optimal conditions for your brain to thrive. Dr. Bredesen has identified over 36 factors (e.g., metabolic derangement, poor nutrient status, lack of trophic support, and exposure to viruses) that can trigger “downsizing” in the brain. The ReCODE Protocol is designed to use comprehensive, complementary, and integrative approaches to arrest and reverse cognitive decline.

This program requires a one-year commitment and supports ongoing treatments. It might take three months to a year to show initial reversal or improvement. This program is not a quick fix or a short-term solution. Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia are serious issues, and they require patience and persistence to treat. Caring for the body and brain is a lifelong project.

ReCODE Treatments for Alzheimer’s Are Offered in Our Cincinnati Office

Dr. Blatman is a clinical toxicologist with a Board Certification in Occupational and Environmental Medicine. For over 30 years, he has been helping patients with testing, measuring, and detoxifying from environmental poisons. Dr. Blatman also has more than 25 years of experience using stem cells and is currently using lasers to guide very small embryonic-like stem cells (vSELS) to facilitate brain function recovery.

Dr. Blatman affirms that ReCODE is appropriate for treating almost anyone with a neurodegenerative condition. Removing factors contributing to brain injury can restore cognitive health and may even reverse some decline. Applications for the ReCODE and stem cell programs also include treating Parkinson’s, ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease), stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS), and more.

If you or a loved one think you are experiencing early signs of Alzheimer’s disease or another neurodegenerative condition, contact Blatman Health and Wellness Center for Cincinnati or New York City today. You can schedule a free 15-minute consultation with Functional Nutritionist and ReCODE practitioner Ann Musick. She will answer your questions and help you learn if the ReCODE Protocol is right for you.

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