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The instant New York Times bestseller

The New York Times Best Selling author of The End of Alzheimer''s lays out a specific plan to help everyone prevent and reverse cognitive decline or simply maximize brainpower.


In The End of Alzheimer''s Dale Bredesen laid out the science behind his revolutionary new program that is the first to both prevent and reverse symptoms of Alzheimer''s disease. Now he lays out the detailed program he uses with his own patients. Accessible and detailed, it can be tailored to anyone''s needs and will enhance cognitive ability at any age.

What we call Alzheimer''s disease is actually a protective response to a wide variety of insults to the brain: inflammation, insulin resistance, toxins, infections, and inadequate levels of nutrients, hormones, and growth factors. Bredesen starts by having us figure out which of these insults we need to address and continues by laying out a personalized lifestyle plan. Focusing on the Ketoflex 12/3 Diet, which triggers ketosis and lets the brain restore itself with a minimum 12-hour fast, Dr. Bredesen drills down on restorative sleep, targeted supplementation, exercise, and brain training. He also examines the tricky question of toxic exposure and provides workarounds for many difficult problems. The takeaway is that we do not need to do the program perfectly but will see tremendous results if we can do it well enough.

With inspiring stories from patients who have reversed cognitive decline and are now thriving, this book shifts the treatment paradigm and offers a new and effective way to enhance cognition as well as unprecedented hope to sufferers of this now no longer deadly disease.

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“Although the source of the quote ‘The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result’ has been questioned, its relevance to the pursuit of a single drug approach to the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease is unquestionable. Sanity now prevails with Dr. Bredesen’s challenge to the status quo that may well bring an end to Alzheimer’s disease.”
­ –David Perlmutter, MD, from the foreword

“Once in a generation a book comes along that changes the way we think, that sheds light on our darkest struggles, that provides a clear, scientific path to ending the scourge of a disease that robs millions of their minds. The End of Alzheimer’s Program is that book. Whether you want to enhance and optimize your brain at any age, prevent cognitive decline and even reverse early dementia, Dr. Bredesen, in breathtakingly simple, scientifically profound steps maps a way to achieve this. If you have a brain, read this book.”
–Mark Hyman, MD, Head of Strategy and Innovation: Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Food Fix: How to Save Our Health, Our Economy, Our Communities and Our Planet – One Bite at a Time

“Dale Bredesen MD has done it again. Teaming up with his wife, an integrative physician, and Julie Gregory, one of his recovered patients, he delivers the essential how-to guide for risk reduction and potentially reversal of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease. This elegantly written, step-by-step handbook to Dr. Bredesen’s revolutionary protocol will help thousands if not millions. I give it my highest recommendation.”
–Sara Gottfried, MD, New York Times bestselling author of The Hormone Cure

“This is THE book to be read by anyone interested in how to prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Bredesen is a world-class neuroscientist, neurologist who brings his expansive experience and brilliance together to provide the best that science has to offer in the prevention of this disease.”
–Dr. Jeffrey Bland, author of Disease Delusion and Founder, Institute for Functional Medicine
 
“Alzheimer’s disease remains a disease of bleak outlook for most.  However, in  The End of Alzheimer’s Program, Dale Bredesen describes new hope based on his decades of research and recent clinical success. This book is an essential tool for anyone who wants to prevent cognitive decline due the ravages of Alzheimer''s disease.”
–Terry Wahls, MD, author of The Wahls Protocol A Radical New Way To Treat All Chronic Autoimmune Conditions Using Paleo Principles 

“Alzheimer’s disease is a chronic pandemic that has claimed the lives of millions. In  The End of Alzheimer’s Program, Dr. Dale Bredesen offers hope based on his decades of research and recent clinical success, with an emphasis on lifestyle factors including sleep, diet, stress, and movement. COVID-19 has ushered in a new era of resilience and disease prevention, and this book offers the very tools and guidelines we all need to stem the rising tide of Alzheimer’s disease.”
–Arianna Huffington, Founder & CEO, Thrive Global

"I have had the pleasure of knowing and even sharing patients with Dr. Bredesen for several years. In his new book,  The End of Alzheimer''s Program, Dr. Bredesen modestly and comprehensively sets out the steps to prevent and reverse all stages of cognitive decline. But, please don''t let the book''s title fool you; the book should be more aptly named The End of All Diseases Program! Because, in its pages, you will find an approachable, useable, doable plan to literally prevent and/or reverse almost all diseases brought on by our modern lifestyle and diet. Read and follow his recommendations and enjoy the ride of a lifetime in good health!"
Steven R. Gundry MD, Medical Director, The Centers for Restorative Medicine, Four Time NYT''s bestselling author of The Plant Paradox Series and The Longevity Paradox

About the Author

Dale E. Bredesen, MD, is internationally recognized as an expert in the mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer''s disease, and the author of the New York Times bestseller The End of Alzheimer''s (Avery, 2017). He held faculty positions at UCSF, UCLA, and the University of California, San Diego, and directed the Program on Aging at the Burnham Institute before coming to the Buck Institute in 1998 as its founding president and CEO. He is currently a professor at UCLA.

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The famous basketball coach, player, and executive Pat Riley exhorted his players to adopt the following attitude when the game is on the line: “Imagine that your head is underwater and you will not be able to breathe again unless you win.” That is some motivation indeed! And it is the attitude we must have about Alzheimer’s disease as well, and in fact about neurodegenerative diseases as a whole— these have all been untreatable terminal illnesses, and if we do not approach them as a societal emergency we will see 13 million demented Americans by 2050, their families destroyed, Medicare bankrupt, and a multi-trillion-dollar global burden of dementia. Yet our “standard of care” is to treat without determining the cause of or contributors to Alzheimer’s, to limit our treatment to a drug or two, to avoid targeted programs of treatment, to refuse clinical trials of multifaceted therapeutics, and to repeat the same old tired, ineffective approaches again and again. Where is the innovation? Where is the inspiration? Perhaps we need a pep talk from Pat Riley?
 
Therefore, please don’t be concerned if you get your tests, take them to your doctor, and he or she is skeptical. If you ask your doctor to obtain these tests, don’t be surprised if he or she brushes you off with an all-knowing smile or even a look of disdain. As they say, “An expert is someone who does not want to be told anything new in his or her field of expertise.” This personalized approach to cognitive decline is a twenty-first-century approach, not yet in practice by the vast majority of doctors. As one neurologist said, “I wouldn’t order these tests because I would not know how to interpret them.” Another physician said, “These tests don’t tell you whether you have Alzheimer’s or not.” True; what they tell you is why you have cognitive decline (or risk for decline)—what all of the contributors are. Determining if you have Alzheimer’s does not help you to avoid it or reverse it; determining why is the key. Most people who already have Alzheimer’s disease or MCI (mild cognitive impairment, the harbinger of Alzheimer’s) or SCI (subjective cognitive impairment, which precedes MCI) turn out to have between ten and twenty-five contributors, and these are identified by the tests so that each can be addressed therapeutically.
 
Practitioners have attempted to treat dementia for thousands of years without knowing what caused it or contributed to it, but now, for the first time, we can actually treat the underlying mechanisms. Of course, when Ayurvedic physicians treated dementia thousands of years ago, they did not refer to it as Alzheimer’s disease—it was not until 1906 and 1907 that Dr. Alois Alzheimer published his famous papers—but Ayurvedic physicians clearly described and attempted to treat dementia, and what we now call Alzheimer’s disease is the most common syndrome of dementia.
 
Twenty years ago, our laboratory research led us to identify the APP (amyloid precursor protein) switch, and when we began to look at what factors flip this switch toward the Alzheimer’s side—the synaptoclastic side—we found that there are different groups of factors, and thus there are actually different types of Alzheimer’s disease.


   •  Type 1 Alzheimer’s is inflammatory, or hot, so if you have ongoing inflammation, you are increasing your risk for Alzheimer’s disease. In fact, one of the major mediators of the inflammatory response is called NFκB (nuclear factor kappa-light-chain enhancer of activated B cells), and this increases the production of the very molecular scissors that produce the amyloid from APP, so there really is a direct link from inflammation to Alzheimer’s.
   •  Type 2 Alzheimer’s is atrophic, or cold, so if you have sub- optimal levels of nutrients, hormones, or trophic factors (cell growth factors like NGF, nerve growth factor), you are in- creasing your risk for Alzheimer’s disease. Simply put, you do not have the support necessary to maintain the five hundred trillion (500,000,000,000,000) synaptic connections in your brain. On the positive side, optimizing those same nutrients, hormones, and trophic factors offers you the best chance for optimizing your memory and overall cognitive function.
   •  Type 1.5 Alzheimer’s is glycotoxic, or sweet, so if you have high blood sugar or high fasting insulin, as 80 million Americans do, you are increasing your risk for Alzheimer’s disease. We call this type 1.5 because it has features of both type 1 and type 2: chronic inflammation (type 1) occurs be- cause the glucose actually attaches to many of your proteins, like remoras to a shark, causing an inflammatory response to these altered proteins (such as hemoglobin A1c, which is hemoglobin with a glucose stuck to it, and hundreds of other proteins). Reduced trophic support (type 2) occurs because your insulin—which is a critical growth factor for your brain cells—has been high chronically, causing your cells to lose their sensitivity to insulin.
   •  Type 3 Alzheimer’s disease is toxic, or vile, so if you have exposure to toxins such as mercury, toluene, or mycotoxins (toxins made by certain molds such as Stachybotrys and Penicillium), then you are increasing your risk for Alzheimer’s disease. Since we are exposed to hundreds of toxins—from the mercury in seafood and dental amalgams to air pollution to the benzene in paraffin candles to the trichothecenes from the black mold growing in water-damaged homes, and on and on—we all experience this risk to a greater or lesser degree, so the key is to minimize exposure, identify the toxins to which we are exposed, and increase excretion and metabolism of the toxins.
   •  Type 4 Alzheimer’s disease is vascular, or pale, so if you have cardiovascular disease, you are at increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease. Indeed, vascular leakiness represents one of the earliest changes identified in Alzheimer’s disease.
   •  Type 5 Alzheimer’s disease is traumatic, or dazed, so if you have a history of head trauma—whether from a traffic accident or a fall or even repeated minor head injuries during sports—you are at increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease.
You can see from these different types of Alzheimer’s disease we identified, and the causes of each one, that virtually all of us are at some risk for Alzheimer’s, and indeed, this is one of the reasons that it is such a common disease. With the many toxins to which we are exposed, the processed foods, the high-carbohydrate and unhealthy fat content of the SAD (standard American diet), the leaky gut so many of us have, and the lipid abnormalities (“cholesterol,” although the cholesterol itself is actually not the problem), most of us have a significant risk for Alzheimer’s disease. The good news is that nearly all of us can avoid or reverse the problem, now that we understand the contributors. To do that, we simply need to address the underlying drivers of the disease process—it’s like patching thirty-six holes in your roof—the same ones that we profile in the subtyping described above, and the earlier we do this, the easier it is to achieve success. The overall goal of treatment can be summarized as removal, resilience, and rebuilding: removal of the exposures contributing to cognitive decline, resilience resulting from optimal health support, and rebuilding of the neural network.

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Kind Of All Over the Place. I Was Expecting A Clearer Exposition/Roadmap
Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2020
I was just re-rereading Chris Kresser''s "Unconventional Medicine" yesterday and then, as soon as it became available, Dr. Bredesen''s TEOAP today. What strikes me most about both of them (aside from the tremendous dedication and erudition on the part of both authors) is that... See more
I was just re-rereading Chris Kresser''s "Unconventional Medicine" yesterday and then, as soon as it became available, Dr. Bredesen''s TEOAP today. What strikes me most about both of them (aside from the tremendous dedication and erudition on the part of both authors) is that both could have/have had a much more powerful impact if these fellas had realized they should not try to write these books themselves.

Or maybe in the case of TEOAP an editor more experienced in this genre?

It''s clear that he and his wife have put ALOT of work into this kind of second act to Dr. Bredesen''s original work, TEOA (2017). And I appreciate all the new or updated references as well as the suggestions for testing and products.

The growing case for amyloid beta as a protective element part the body''s innate immune response (and that you might not want to get rid of it all-- or any?) is a concept I doubt many clinicians are aware of.

I guess I wish he had laid out for us what is new or different in this 2020 version of his work compared to TEOA in 2017. From what I can tell, the focus on getting and staying into ketosis is a big one: "Research suggests that everyone with Alzheimer''s has insulin resistance in the brain and therefore an urgent need for fuel, even if peripheral symptoms and markers are absent." (from p 70) One can kind of feel the earth shake with this statement. But is it really true of everyone? And is the only real test to experiment with a ketogenic diet?

My own professional and personal experiences with ketogenic eating plans have evolved over the past five years or so, and I think just about everyone can agree that it''s extremely difficult to pull off for more than a month or two. I also wonder about its effect on the gut microbial community.

Similarly, the admonition to refrain from eating within a 3-hour window before bed I have found (again both from professional and personal experience) to be if not ill-advised than at least in need of clarification. Have a a big dinner and/or booze and then go straight to bed? Of course not. But many patients and family members have reported some of their deepest and most restful sleep after having, variously, a protein shake, full fat yogurt with banana or berries, flax seed, collagen powder, among other things, right before turning in. I think this detail might need to be re-examined.

I also found it kind of perplexing that after removing Type 4 (vascular/pale) and Type 5 (traumatic/dazed) for publication of TEOA (2017), Dr. Bredesen, without any explanation, has revived them here.

I loved his subtle take down of the elevated LDL hypothesis of heart disease though. I just don''t see most people finishing this book with any clear idea of what to do or where to start. When you start to tell people they have to soak their nuts and seeds, can only have A2 or goat dairy, micromanage everything to avoid oxalates, lectins, goitrogens and antinutrients-- not to mention cadmium in cacao and cocoa, even the most dedicated followers are soon at great risk to quickly slide into Type 5 Alzheimer''s: dazed!

There''s gotta be a way to present this in a more user friendly way. Just my 2 cents.
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Brian Scott Edwards M.D.
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Julie G has 8 years of being an Alzheimer''s survivor
Reviewed in the United States on September 6, 2020
I read Dr Bredensen''s first book, The End of Alzheimer''s. In my Amazon review I gave him one star. New opinion of Bredesen with book two THE PROGRAM  I am less pessimistic about the course of my Alzheimer''s since I have completed nine months of my YEAR THREE book.Thus... See more
I read Dr Bredensen''s first book, The End of Alzheimer''s. In my Amazon review I gave him one star. New opinion of Bredesen with book two THE PROGRAM 
I am less pessimistic about the course of my Alzheimer''s since I have completed nine months of my YEAR THREE book.Thus I feel more charitable towards Dr Bredesen''s books. I was very upset with the title The End of Alzheimer''s. His Avery publisher probably wrote the title of the book. I was most impressed by my finding in his data that associate Julie Gregory may be the first survivor of Alzheimers.The second book was published in 2020 and is dedicated to her (Julie G).
Part II of the book is co-authored by her.  The most important information is that Julie G has had 8 years of reversal of Alzheimers .A year ago I would have argued she was impaired by anxiety not Alzheimers.  Certainly only an obsessive compulsive person could maintain such adherence to the many facets of the ReCode program.Presently, I am more willing to accept her case as it is presents itself now, I myself have done better on my tests in the 8th month of my third year since my diagnosis in December 2017. The PROGRAM  book is very good at explaining details of how to achieve the goals of improvement of cognition. 
For these reasons I have increased my rating to 3 stars.  His diet is impossible for the average person compared to Atkins.
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S. Moran
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Very comprehensive
Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2020
Don''t buy this unless you are willing to invest time and money to save your own life. Dr. Bredesen has spent 30 years studying Alzheimer''s and cognitive decline and has developed this program that works to prevent Alzheimer''s, improve even advanced cases, and restore the... See more
Don''t buy this unless you are willing to invest time and money to save your own life. Dr. Bredesen has spent 30 years studying Alzheimer''s and cognitive decline and has developed this program that works to prevent Alzheimer''s, improve even advanced cases, and restore the memory of those with early cognitive decline. It''s complicated. He and his team provide comprehensive details of the things that damage our brains, from low nutrition, to toxins, pathogens, viruses, leaky gut, mold exposure and on and on. His program starts with finding out if you have the genetic marker for Alzheimer''s (the program is different or those that do and those that don''t), and testing, testing, testing for the other things. And once you start the lifestyle program, diet, exercise, sleep, you monitor and track changes and progress and make adjustments accordingly, in that way personalizing the program. The book is well written, easy to follow, and based on 30 years of research. There will never be a pill for Alzheimer''s because there are many causes and you have to address all of them. This book is all about how to do that. No one else has done the level of research that Dr. Bredesen has.
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Peter Dredge
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Alzheimer’s is Treatable!
Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2020
Dr Bredesen’s excellent new book follows on from his last book in cementing the fact that Alzheimer’s is treatable for most people, especially in the early stages. Dr Bredesen is leading the charge in a revolution that will save the lives of millions. Every person who has... See more
Dr Bredesen’s excellent new book follows on from his last book in cementing the fact that Alzheimer’s is treatable for most people, especially in the early stages. Dr Bredesen is leading the charge in a revolution that will save the lives of millions. Every person who has had an Alzheimer’s diagnosis in the family must read this book, their journey of despair will become a journey of hope and, if they act on the book’s recommendations, very likely a journey to success. Dr Bredesen has saved my wife’s life, what more can I say?
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Poorly documented without references.
Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2020
References are numbered & are not available to review. A note from publisher directs the reader to a website to see references. I find this not only inconvenient but unprofessional. It is difficult to identify primary resources & confirm research findings.
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Alzheimers and how to cure it - or what?
Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2020
In the beginning the author had me thinking about how perhaps there is a way to stop this ugly disease but then again, taking all of the different ingredients and herbs and spices would cost me an arm and leg. Who would be able to afford this type of treatment? What... See more
In the beginning the author had me thinking about how perhaps there is a way to stop this ugly disease but then again, taking all of the different ingredients and herbs and spices would cost me an arm and leg. Who would be able to afford this type of treatment? What really needs to take place is to clean up our world, environment, change our way of eating, decrease stress, and start from little on instead of beginning when you are old to change things. Research has shown many reasons for why this disease is around including genetics - which can''t be changed no matter what. I have seen this disease take away family members on both sides because of genetics and nothing in the book would have changed the history. Nice try but this is life and we need to live it. Period.
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Weston Gardner
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HOPE, Finally!
Reviewed in the United States on August 18, 2020
So nice to see a program that is proven to help prevent and even reverse cognitive decline. Dr. Bredesen''s first book was great, but this is ESSENTIAL. This is the book to actually put into motion a health plan that will protect your brain. Thank you, Dr. Bredesen!
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HIGHLY RECOMMEND
Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2020
This book should be a required reading material for every single human being! If you haven’t read this book, buy it, read it, implement the suggestions, and then buy and gift the book to others. I own Dr Bredesen’s first book but this one is just amazing- a summary of... See more
This book should be a required reading material for every single human being! If you haven’t read this book, buy it, read it, implement the suggestions, and then buy and gift the book to others. I own Dr Bredesen’s first book but this one is just amazing- a summary of everything one should do-I read the book on my kindle app in one sitting for 1.r hrs.
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Brilliant and inspiring
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 26, 2020
This is a comprehensive follow up to Dr Bredesen''s last book. It''s inspiring and concise, even if the list of different tests to take seems long. Another review suggests the book''s recommendations are too difficult to put into practice. I understand where he''s coming from,...See more
This is a comprehensive follow up to Dr Bredesen''s last book. It''s inspiring and concise, even if the list of different tests to take seems long. Another review suggests the book''s recommendations are too difficult to put into practice. I understand where he''s coming from, but it really is worth a go - you might notice quite big changes from smaller portions of meat, or more olive oil, or cutting the carbs, or mixing up your veg, or taking curcumin, or... the list goes on.
This is a comprehensive follow up to Dr Bredesen''s last book. It''s inspiring and concise, even if the list of different tests to take seems long. Another review suggests the book''s recommendations are too difficult to put into practice. I understand where he''s coming from, but it really is worth a go - you might notice quite big changes from smaller portions of meat, or more olive oil, or cutting the carbs, or mixing up your veg, or taking curcumin, or... the list goes on.
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eine komplettes Program für die Alzheimerprävention
Reviewed in Germany on October 13, 2020
Mit diesem Buch beschreibt Dale Bredesen mit allern Detials was man machen sollte, um Alzheimer zu vermeiden. Dafür hat sich der Wissenschaftler Bredesen mit Aerzten und Patienten zusammengetan . Es ist ein Meister-Program gelungen, das sehr gut verständlich ist. Danke Dale...See more
Mit diesem Buch beschreibt Dale Bredesen mit allern Detials was man machen sollte, um Alzheimer zu vermeiden. Dafür hat sich der Wissenschaftler Bredesen mit Aerzten und Patienten zusammengetan . Es ist ein Meister-Program gelungen, das sehr gut verständlich ist. Danke Dale Bredesen!!
Mit diesem Buch beschreibt Dale Bredesen mit allern Detials was man machen sollte, um Alzheimer zu vermeiden. Dafür hat sich der Wissenschaftler Bredesen mit Aerzten und Patienten zusammengetan . Es ist ein Meister-Program gelungen, das sehr gut verständlich ist. Danke Dale Bredesen!!
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everyone should read this
Reviewed in Australia on December 28, 2020
enlightening information reminded me of how difficult it is to change the perceptions of accepted knowledge 2 Perth men - a doctor and a scientist tried for 10 years to convince the medical world gastric ulcers were caused by a bacteria not stress - they went on to get the...See more
enlightening information reminded me of how difficult it is to change the perceptions of accepted knowledge 2 Perth men - a doctor and a scientist tried for 10 years to convince the medical world gastric ulcers were caused by a bacteria not stress - they went on to get the Nobel prize
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2 Perth men - a doctor and a scientist tried for 10 years to convince the medical world gastric ulcers were caused by a bacteria not stress - they went on to get the Nobel prize
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Reviewed in Canada on December 24, 2020
Phenomenal book regarding how to work with your health to reverse cognitive decline. Seeing how lifestyle and diet effects these diseases was mind blowing.
Phenomenal book regarding how to work with your health to reverse cognitive decline. Seeing how lifestyle and diet effects these diseases was mind blowing.
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