Action Steps to a HEALTHY BRAIN Demo

Alzheimer's Prevention Program for Healthcare Providers

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You CAN do something to protect your patients' brains from Alzheimer's Disease!

Big pharma and mainstream medicine have nothing to offer patients with Alzheimer's Disease. The failure rate for drug trials is 99.6% and some companies have given up on research into new therapies. The "Amyloid Hypothesis" has seen reductions in neurotoxic proteins, but has failed to provide patients with meaningful improvement. Dr. Dale Bredesen and many others have shown that Alzheimer's is a complex array of at least 36 different issues that can't be solved by a monotherapy.

Prevent or Reverse Alzheimer's with Lifestyle Factors
Research over the past decade has shown that multiple lifestyle factors used in concert can prevent Alzheimer's, including in patients with a genetic predisposition to the disease. These lifestyle factors have even been used to reverse moderate to severe cognitive decline in some patients. Many of the lifestyle changes can be accomplished by the patient at low or no cost, which translates into limited financial incentives for clinical research.

These factors include:

  • avoiding insulin resistance
  • reducing chronic inflammation and leaky gut
  • hormone optimization
  • targeted nutritional supplements
  • encouraging autophagy
  • treating damage from head trauma and concussions
  • normalizing blood pressure
  • optimizing sleep quality and quantity
  • regular exercise
  • dealing with stress
  • several others

Reducing Patient Overwhelm
Although information about lifestyle changes is available online, sorting through it can be overwhelming for patients. I've boiled down the 36 lifestyle factors to 12 Action Steps to get started toward a HEALTHY BRAIN for the long-term. I've used easy-to-understand language and tried to avoid medical jargon, so anyone can follow the action steps.

Offering Hope
This program can offer hope to patients that may not find it elsewhere. The action steps require commitment and perseverance in the face of life circumstances that might conspire against them. But patients who take those action steps will be very likely to see improvement in their cognitive function, slow the disease, and even return to activities they may have lost to the disease.

Frequently Asked Questions


What is 5 Minute Action Steps to a HEALTHY BRAIN?
5 Minute Action Steps to a HEALTHY BRAIN is an online education program with easy-to-view videos that help patients understand their risks for Alzheimer's Disease. Beyond understanding risks, this program provides action steps in 12 crucial areas known to have an impact on your likelihood to get dementia. The videos use non-medical language (no jargon). You don't need any medical or science background to understand them. You can view the videos on any device at any time. This program includes a lot of information, broken down into 5-minute, bite-sized pieces. More importantly, it's designed to help you take action toward protecting your brain for the long-term.
Which group of patients is this program designed for?
You might recommend Action Steps to a HEALTHY BRAIN to your patients who take care of elderly parents with mild to moderate cognitive decline in their home. It could inform and encourage patients who have expressed concern about their own risks for Alzheimer's. You might also recommend that patients who learn of at least 1 ApoE4 genetic marker go through the program to understand how to reduce their risks, years or decades before they begin to show any cognitive symptoms.
Who might not be a good fit for this program?
Although these prevention strategies have been helpful in reversing cognitive decline, this program isn't designed for patients with severe Alzheimer's. The diet, exercise, hormone optimization, and other lifestyle strategies will be extremely challenging, if not impossible, for patients in institutionalized care (nursing home, assisted living, memory care) because of government-mandated dietary and care guidelines. The program's rigorous lifestyle strategies may not be appropriate for healthy patients without elevated Alzheimer's risk factors (insulin resistance, diabetes, obesity, chronic inflammation, ApoE4, family history, etc.). Of course, specific lifestyle recommendations need to be evaluated for each patient, based on their pre-existing health conditions, like exercise for obese patients, low carbohydrates for type 1 diabetics, high healthy fat for patients with dyslipidemia, etc..
Is this program included with my Worldlink Medical Membership?
I'm no longer partnering with Worldlink on patient education programs. Action Steps to a HEALTHY BRAIN will be offered exclusively through my Simple Hormones website and it's not affiliated with any other company or organization.

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Instructor


Steve Goldring
Steve Goldring

You may be familiar with my Simple Hormones patient education programs. A diagnosis of Alzheimer's in my immediate family and my homozygous status for the ApoE4 gene have led me to add preventive brain health to my hormone optimization programs.

Over the past few years, I've discovered an explosion of research from multiple healthcare practitioners and researchers including Dr. Dale Bredesen, Dr. Ann Hathaway, Dr. Ken Sharlin, Dr. Jason Fung, Dr. David Perlmutter, Nutritionist Amy Berger, and many others. I've learned that genetics are not our destiny and that targeted lifestyle changes provide hope for people with elevated genetic risks. My goal is to provide patient education about Alzheimer's prevention so we can all protect our cognitive abilities for as long as possible.

My background is as a compounding pharmacist, licensed in UT, CO, OR, MS. I've earned an Advanced Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (ABHRT) Certification from Worldlink Medical and a C4 Hormone Replacement Therapy Certification from Professional Compounding Centers of America (PCCA). I've also been certified as a Brain Health Coach from Amen Clinics.