Dr. Wes Youngberg presents a three-lecture series that includes the inaugural offering of the brand new book "MEMORY MAKEOVER--How To Prevent Alzheimer's and Reverse Cognitive Decline" Dr. Youngberg co-authored a paper with Dr. Dale Bredesen of the University of California--Los Angeles published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Parkinsonism documenting reversal of cognitive decline in 100 patients.
WHAT THOUGHT LEADERS ARE SAYING ABOUT “MEMORY MAKEOVER”
Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases represent the field of greatest biomedical failure. But in Memory Makeover, Dr. Wes Youngberg combines a heartwarming story of hope with a rational, effective, precision-medicine approach to cognitive decline. The giants of medicine—those who oversaw the first vaccines, the first heart transplants, the first sterile surgeries, and other firsts—would be proud. This is progress, indeed.”
--Dale E. Bredesen, M.D., Professor, UCLA, Founding President and Professor Emeritus, Buck Institute and Author of the New York Times Bestseller The End of Alzheimer’s.
“Dr. Wes Youngberg is on the cutting edge of science-based research on Alzheimer’s prevention and treatment. Memory Makeover is a practical guide based on his extensive experience and success with patients using innovative diagnostic testing, natural remedies, and the body’s own healing properties to prevent and reverse cognitive decline. This is a must-have book with the worldwide epidemic of dementia today!”
--Roy E. Vartabedian, Dr.P.H., M.P.H., New York Times Best-Selling Author, Nutripoints: Healthy Eating Made Simple!
“Dr. Youngberg has been very helpful with the care of my wife. He offered workarounds when care seemed impossible. He made available tests to identify the inflammation that needed treatment. My wife is showing improvement each day. We just returned from a trip to visit her sister who was thrilled with the improvements. After nearly a year of working with Dr. Youngberg, my wife was able to recognize her sister for the first time in more than three years, and then they sat down and talked about their lives and past time together as sisters have to do.”
--Jim Kennedy, Husband of a Wife with Advanced Alzheimer’s