The End of Alzheimer's: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline

The End of Alzheimer's: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline

Dale Bredesen / Jan 25, 2020

The End of Alzheimer s The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline A groundbreaking plan to prevent and reverse Alzheimer s Disease that fundamentally changes how we understand cognitive decline Everyone knows someone who has survived cancer but until now no one kno

  • Title: The End of Alzheimer's: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline
  • Author: Dale Bredesen
  • ISBN: 9780735216204
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A groundbreaking plan to prevent and reverse Alzheimer s Disease that fundamentally changes how we understand cognitive decline Everyone knows someone who has survived cancer, but until now no one knows anyone who has survived Alzheimer s Disease In this paradigm shifting book, Dale Bredesen, MD, offers real hope to anyone looking to prevent and even reverse Alzheimer sA groundbreaking plan to prevent and reverse Alzheimer s Disease that fundamentally changes how we understand cognitive decline Everyone knows someone who has survived cancer, but until now no one knows anyone who has survived Alzheimer s Disease.In this paradigm shifting book, Dale Bredesen, MD, offers real hope to anyone looking to prevent and even reverse Alzheimer s Disease and cognitive decline Revealing that AD is not one condition, as it is currently treated, but three, The End of Alzheimer s outlines 36 metabolic factors micronutrients, hormone levels, sleep that can trigger downsizing in the brain The protocol shows us how to rebalance these factors using lifestyle modifications like taking B12, eliminating gluten, or improving oral hygiene.The results are impressive Of the first ten patients on the protocol, nine displayed significant improvement with 3 6 months since then the protocol has yielded similar results with hundreds Now, The End of Alzheimer s brings new hope to a broad audience of patients, caregivers, physicians, and treatment centers with a fascinating look inside the science and a complete step by step plan that fundamentally changes how we treat and even think about AD.

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    1. Critically important readingMy wife was diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment while a member of the Kaiser network. They did a few diagnostic tests ,get a MOCA score on my wife of 19, got her drivers license revoked, and essentially said, "this is a terrible disease, there is nothing tone done for it, good luck".None of the Bredesen Protocol is part of the Kaiser program, and the physicians we spoke with did not even know what a functional medicine physician is, but did not think that Kaiser [...]


    2. This is one of the most important books I have ever read; and I will read it over and over again (in between loaning it out to others). It seems we all know someone who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease, so this should be a must-read for anyone who doesn't want to accept the current death sentence usually associated with it. This was an advanced reader's copy, and I expected to find many editing mistakes, but I was pleasantly surprised to find an extremely well written and edited book. [...]


    3. I received this book from First Reads in exchange for an honest reviewA very important and powerful book, that is a huge eye-opener. Strongly recommend everyone reading it, even if you don't know anyone personally who suffers from Alzheimer's.


    4. He has a program called ReCODE which is never decoded. I will assume that ReCODE means to change your lifestyle to recode your brain to stop or reverse Alzheimer's disease (AD)? As I read the book, I thought it read as though two authors were collaborating, then at the end he thanked his team of three editor-writers and I think that this team did not work closely enough since the writing was choppy and inconsistent. For example, one section said 50 mg and another said 100 mg. There were many dia [...]


    5. I listened to the audio book and this is one case where I definitely recommend getting the actual paper version and read it since it would be a reference volume. This is far too technical for listening as there are long lists of supplements and their recommended doses being read out. So, my 3 stars is referring only to the audio version. Will change it when I get the hard copy.


    6. This is a must read for anyone who fears the threat of getting Alzheimer's. Dr. Bredesen is a neurologist and researcher who lays out a plan called RECODE for preventing and even reversing some of the symptoms of Alzheimers. Nutrition plays a big role in his program, but the stories of patients who have improved from Dementia after being on this program is very promising.


    7. Have utmost respect for Dr. Bredesen and the research he has done. I am thrilled that there is a method to address Alzheimer’s but in my opinion this book is too difficult to understand, making the program unwieldy for most people. I appreciate that he uses analogies to express difficult topics and that not everyone wants to understand the details. But, the list of tests that he recommends is very confusing - there is no clear list that I can take to my physician to request these tests. The re [...]


    8. THIS IS A GREAT BOOK !!! Actually I had received the uncorrected proofs from the publisher, but that version did not have an (all important) index or some of the graphics.I ordered and received 5 copies of the hardback version of the book,which I have distributed to friends. Here is a review from University of Georgetown Professor, Dr Robert Hedaya, MD:Dr. Bredesen has written the first comprehensive guide to preventing, halting, and reversing Alzheimer's Disease. It is a must read as it provide [...]


    9. There are other books with very similar advice, such as those about reducing inflammation or "reversing heart disease." Very few would be able to afford following this and hardly anyone would adhere to it. It advises choosing food to get certain vitamins or minerals but then lists all kinds of supplements to get instead or in addition. Some of those are ill-advised. For example, older people should not take supplemental iron (there might be rare exceptions). The advice is too one-size-fits all, [...]



    10. Alzheimer's can be at least postponed for years in most people, and maybe fully cured.The main catches: It only works if started early enough (and Bredesen only has crude guesses about what's early enough), the evidence is less rigorous than I'd like, and it's not a medical treatment, it's a quantified self approach on steroids ketones.My guess is that the book is roughly 70% correct. If so, that's an enormous advance.The protocol involves more tests than I want to count. These are almost entire [...]


    11. This is a harsh rating, but feels appropriate.The idea is that there are 36 factors that can result in dementia, and so dealing with those factors can reverse it, especially if you catch it early. The 36 sounds like a lot, and it is, but I don't automatically object to that. There can be a lot of complex interactions.I did have an issue with some of the connections drawn, which seem a little iffy, not to mention trendy. I have a bigger issue with the contradictions, like the book saying that the [...]


    12. The End of Alzheimer's, by Dr. Dale Bredeson.As I've been approaching the age of sixty, I've noticed a slight but definite decline in my cognitive ability. Things that used to come to me easily are harder to retrieve. I've been told that this is normal for those approaching seniority, but I don't accept that. Having been involved with investing in an Alzheimer's facility, I've heard plenty of the statistics of how this horrible, incurable disease will only be expanding as our population ages.Thi [...]


    13. BRILLIANT!!! and encouraging. I do not have the APOE4 gene variant, however, I am very familiar with progressive Alzheimer's Disease and have an interest in keeping current with research. This book was the BEST book I've read in years! Anyone can read this book and understand the correlation with the science and the outcomes. Very grateful a doctor recommended this book to me! Lyme Disease has left me with mild cognitive impairment. The systems approach in this book, which has reversed Alzheime [...]


    14. Wonderful concepts. But for practitionersThis is a wonderful and breakthrough book. However the concepts and the ReCode process is still too complex for the general audience. Not a book for general reading but for reference by practitioners and people really serious about treating their conditions. Hopefully the concepts will continue evolving.


    15. Before summarizing Dr. Bredesen’s matchless research on treatment protocols for aggressive cognitive decline, I need to recap where we stand as a country in the face of this disease, which threatens the stability of our medical systems, our communities, and our family units. We all know someone who has survived cancer, but no one knows a single person who has survived Alzheimer’s. There is no treatment for it. After a diagnosis, there is a clear message conveyed – You are not going to get [...]


    16. I have to be honest, I skimmed a lot of the science part of this because I knew it would go over my head, but I wanted to read about the tests and results for patients who have actually tried Dr. Bredesen's ReCODE program. Bredesen argues that hundreds of years ago, people died of a single disease that had a single cure. Nowadays, people are living longer lives and most of the time are dying from complications or several things. Alzheimer's isn't a single disease with a single cure, but is like [...]


    17. DetailedThis protocol matches with the leaps forward in resolving many diseases. Using deep nutrition, ketogenic diet, and avoiding common causes of food intolerance along with a complete protocol, Bredesen addresses how to halt and reverse Alzheimer's. His solution mirrors the results from scientific studies being done in MS and other serious autoimmune diseases. He includes a laid out plan and guidelines making it possible to map your own path with appropriate medical testing. This is a must r [...]


    18. Fascinating approach to attack Alzheimer's!This book makes so much sense. And it offers the first real glimmer of hope in understanding the causations and in actually reversing the resulting cognitive decline. I'm getting ready to read it again there is so much information here.


    19. Well, again I find myself trying to review an important non-fiction health book in a way that makes the review of value. Let's start with the possibility that UCLA neurologist Dr. Dale Bredesen may very well have the key to halting and reversing cognitive decline, as the book's title promises. If so, OF COURSE his book, and his work, deserves five stars. Personally, I am grateful for his dedication and efforts to solve this very complicated health problem that's on the rise. His quest, he realiz [...]


    20. ** DID NOT FINISH: 80%-ish of audiobook **I have thoroughly enjoyed numerous non-fiction audiobooks recently. When my local library had this one available as an audiobook I thought it would be a great way to learn more about the author's research, findings, and protocol, but in a format I can squeeze into my day a bit easier. This was so bad as an audiobook. Especially when my primary audiobook listening time is in the car. Again, non-fiction audiobooks while driving have totally been my jam. I [...]


    21. I highly recommend this book not only for those whose family medical history includes Alzheimer's but also for those interested in possible ideas for other chronic illnesses. This is an incredibly hope-filled book. It is also a book which cites research and uses medical terms. I want that in any book about health that I read. If you do not, I noticed a concise version of this book offered on . It's possible that it leaves out the the medical vocabulary and the narrative remains. (I can not confi [...]


    22. From a layman's perspective I found this book very interesting and easy to read (i.e no science or medical degree required to understand the language in this book). My reasons for reading this book:* I am over 50 (by 6 months)* I work within an industry that requires me to have mental clarity and quick reactions* In 2015 I underwent treatment for Breast Cancer, which really messed with my cognitive function* I like to readAfter spending a couple of years working my way out of the 'Chemo Brain' f [...]


    23. If you have any concern about dementia, either for yourself or a loved one, I think it’s worth your time to read this book. I learned a lot and took some notes, and will definitely be asking my doctor to run some blood work at my next appointment (the author recommends watching your numbers starting at age 45). I knew that the drugs that have been in trials over the last few decades have been a huge disappointment. What I didn’t know is that these drugs did what they set out to do: they redu [...]


    24. I enjoyed the scientific background/description of Alzheimer's (Parts 1 and 2). Dr. Bredesen has a great academic background and is undoubtedly a smart physician. As for the prescriptive portion of the book, some was pretty straightforward: get enough sleep (look out for sleep apnea, if necessary), reduce stress, eat less sugar, eat more vegetables, etc. However, the book just started to lose credibility when Dr. Bredesen started layering on a bunch of supplements, encouraged to get rid of denta [...]


    25. This is an exciting and amazing book that describes Dr. Bredesen’s careful scientific research to find a way to reverse Alzheimer’s and to also prevent the disease. His cure for Alzheimer’s is not a simple fix and many doctors will not admit cure is possible. (Your doctor may pooh, pooh it.) After studying brain abnormalities over some decades the author found that what changes the brain is complex and requires a complex array of tests to rid the body of toxins and changes in life style. S [...]


    26. The End of Alzheimer's is about a new routine presented by Dale Bredesen, MD. His approach to and thinking of Alzheimer's is very different from the standard. His "thinking outside the box" has discovered several causes for Alzheimer's. His program is based on rebalancing micro nutrients and hormones within our bodies and brain. He has a plan that includes the nutrients, foods, exercise and tests that each individual needs. His program has seen success in his first few patients within 6 months.I [...]


    27. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if the ReCODE program described in this book was on the right track to cure Alzheimer’s? The explanation of the protocol makes it clear the causes of the disease are many and complicated, no magic pill will cure it. Instead ReCODE recommends a regimental change to lifestyle and behavior, things we know to promote health but are so hard to do consistently. Strict diet, essential exercise, stress reduction, inflammation reduction, proper sleep, and a gazillion suppleme [...]


    28. I am both optimistic and skeptical. I like that research has been done and from the outside this approach rivals anything that is currently available to thwart the ravages of dementia. The problem with this approach is that over time it would be extremely expensive and time-consuming for the individual, not to mention the strain on the caregiver to implement all of these methods. Probably the biggest hurdle is that these kinds of approaches are not sanctioned by main-stream medicine, which means [...]


    29. Do you have trouble remembering names or faces? Do you get lost on the freeway? Do you have trouble remembering what you have read? If so, this book is here to help you! It is chock full of information, from the history of Alzheimer's to the therapeutic solutions. If you're more interested in the solutions, several chapters can be skipped (as I did.) A large part of the solution is the same advice we hear for many other health conditions- eat more vegetables, less gluten & dairy, take our vi [...]


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