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ReCODE Protocol & Practitioners in San Diego

What is the ReCODE Protocol?

The Bredesen Protocol or ReCODE (Reversing Cognitive Decline), crafted by Dr. Dale Bredesen, is a revolutionary approach to treating neurocognitive disorders like Alzheimer’s. Unlike traditional methods, it targets the root causes, considering factors from genetics to lifestyle. Dr. K, trained in this comprehensive method, believes in its potential to halt or even reverse cognitive decline.

Passionate about offering optimal treatments, Dr. K invites individuals to explore this innovative approach. Book a free consultation to embark on a personalized journey to cognitive health.

How Does the ReCODE Protocol Work?

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Frequently Asked Questions

The ReCODE Protocol has shown promise in improving cognitive function in some individuals, but outcomes can vary, and more research is needed for widespread validation. It’s important to talk to an Avena Natural Health ReCODE practitioner in San Diego to assess your specific needs and determine the best outcomes of treatment.  

It primarily targets Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of cognitive decline. A ReCode practitioner will focus on the patient’s needs and use the Protocol to restore cognitive function, improve brain health, and support overall health.

The ReCODE Protocol is a multifaceted approach that looks at multiple factors such as the client’s diet, genetic data, exercise levels, etc.  A qualified ReCode practitioner in San Diego will take all these factors into consideration, ultimately aiming to prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia by addressing underlying health factors.

When you first visit our ReCode practitioner in San Diego, you can expect a comprehensive assessment covering medical history, lifestyle, and possibly genetic testing to tailor the Protocol to your specific needs. You will also complete extensive labs and undergo cognitive testing and physical examination. 

Results can vary; many clients may see improvements within 4-6 months, while others may take longer, depending on individual health factors and Protocol adherence.