Date & Time
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Nancy Lonsdorf, MD
This workshop provides an overview and orientation to Bredesen Protocol™ to reverse cognitive decline and can prevent, and in some cases, even reverse the affects of Alzheimer’s disease. In an easy-to-understand way, you’ll learn the science and clinical experience behind it, how it works, what to expect and how to apply it in your daily life to prevent or reverse memory issues and related cognitive decline. In this workshop you will learn how best to continue to grow in brain health, lifestyle including stress management, diet habits, emotional balance and, ultimately, “supercognition”—the best our brains can be!
You will learn:
- What causes memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease.
- How to distinguish “normal aging” memory slips from pre-Alzheimer’s.
- The “cognoscopy” test to achieve optimal brain health.
- What tests to get, where to get them, what insurance will pay, etc.
The first step in healing the brain lies in healing the gut, and you will receive personalized tips and strategies to optimize your gut-brain connection. You’ll learn how sugar makes you dumb, and how to reverse the damage it causes. Herbs, diet, and lifestyle tips to improve adrenal function and hormone levels, naturally, will be offered.
This workshop will also cover:
- Hormone factors that are important to brain health.
- Daily habits that damage our brain and why we must avoid them.
- How stress—the No. 1 enemy of the brain—damages the brain, and how to reverse it and dissolve chronic emotional stress.
Note: A $10 materials fee is to be paid to the instructor. Recommended for layperson as well as health practitioners. A certificate of completion will be provided.
A One-Day Workshop
Saturday, June 30, 2018, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Members $130/ Nonmembers $150
New York Open Center
Nancy Lonsdorf, MD, is a nationally recognized integrative medicine physician, author, and teacher with special expertise in Ayurveda, women’s health, and mind, memory, and consciousness. Named “one of the nation’s most prominent Ayurvedic doctors” by the Chicago Tribune, she is a Diplomat of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine (ABIHM). She received her medical degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and psychiatry degree from Stanford University. Since she started her practice in Ayurveda and integrative medicine in 1987, she has treated over 25,000 patients in Washington, DC, and around the world. Her pioneering books on women’s health and Ayurveda include The Ageless Woman.