Bill Gates recently sit down with the team at CNN to announce a $50 million dollar investment towards finding the cure for Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s disease is currently the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and affects over 5 million Americans every single day.
Over the last 12 years, the team at Carolina HealthSpan has focused on science and innovation to provide the best brain focused wellness program in the Charlotte area. For 30 years, doctors around the world have been researching amyloid and tau proteins and their effect on the neural highways of the brain over time. We currently believe these built up of proteins can be targeted with the help of our gut health programs. While we still can’t diagnose Alzheimer’s early, there are steps you can take today to minimize potential symptoms down the road. By focusing on your diet and challenging your brain to grow and learn you can take action today.
Gates talked about the lack of success from the pharmaceutical industry saying, “It’s gone slower than we all would have hoped. A lot of failed drug trials.” In fact, over the last 15 years, there have been more than 400 drug trials and yet no treatments have been approved. Gates believes that the best chance in beating the disease is focusing on innovation around early detection and intervention.
By exercising and staying mentally engaged now, you can mitigate unwanted cognitive decline symptoms in the future. Our gut-health and brain focused programs are designed to tackle the root cause of cognitive issues. Gates believes the cure for Alzheimer’s will be a combination of mainstream research and out-of-the-box thinking and my team is committed to being at the fore-front of this shift in treatment,
Read more about Bill Gates latest investment: http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/13/health/bill-gates-announcement-alzheimers/index.html
Update: 7/2018 – We recently launched the reconnect program. The ReConnect Program is based off the framework and fundamentals of The Bredesen Protocol® with variations based upon our clinical experience of improving the brain function of over 10,000 individuals. To learn more visit our cognitive decline page.