Real Hope for Alzheimer’s
We can help Dementia and Alzheimer’s
Breakthrough in Research is Changing the Story
We understand your concern about your brain health– or the health of someone you love. This can be scary, but you’re not alone, and you’ve found someone who can help.
The growing prevalence of Alzheimer’s
Has this threat become a reality for you?
Alzheimer’s often starts 5, 10, or even 20 years before symptoms appear. Approximately 5.7 million people in the U.S. currently have Alzheimer’s disease and that number is expected to triple to 16 million by 2050.
We know a new diagnosis of cognitive impairment creates anxiety – we have experienced this fearful moment within our own family. Our natural tendency is to withdraw from our friends out of worry that we might not recall names or events, and we despair that our medical system has no clear treatment plan. But now we have hope! Breakthroughs in research are paving the way to change the story of dementia!
“You may have seen the TV commercial claiming that the first survivor of Alzheimer’s is ‘out there somewhere’. The first survivors are already here, they are well documented, and their cases are published in medical journals.”
– Dr Dale Bredesen
Brain Health Solutions
Choose the track that best suits your current goals- either to proactively prevent cognitive decline (Sustain), or to address current cognitive symptoms (Reclaim).
Sustain Your Brain
Do you have concern that you may be at risk for cognitive decline? Join us to learn more about your unique biology, risk factors, and what you can do now to secure a healthy future.
Reclaim Your Brain
Are you experiencing some memory loss or cognitive decline? It’s not too late! Uncover the modifiable factors that may be contributing to your condition, and learn what you can do now to restore your brain health.
How this works
It’s not just symptom treatment, it’s addressing the source
Dr. Bredesen has found that preventing and treating Alzheimer’s is analogous to repairing a roof with 36 holes. Treating the disease requires addressing many aspects of the body at one time, as you would when repairing holes in a roof. The more holes you cover, the more success you have at fixing the problem. Making changes to how we eat, how we move, and how we support our health requires both clinical information and emotional support.
A comprehensive clinical intake and lab assessment will uncover your personal risk factors for dementia, and assist you in designing your personalize plan for success.
One on One Coaching
A comprehensive coaching intake will help create a vision for your health and support you as you take gradual steps to get to your goals.
Education and Support
Key educational components will help you understand the “why” behind various lifestyle recommendations. Weekly coaching support will guide you in setting realistic goals and cheer you on to success.
Monthly group gatherings will build community while we enjoy sampling new foods, and engage in healthy movement.
We’d love to meet with you for a free 15 minute consultation!
Meet Lisa & Keith
Supporting your brain healing & restoration
We (Keith and Lisa) met at Calvin University and spent time in Pennsylvania and Colorado before settling down in the Twin Cities, where Lisa grew up. Our three children—Lydia, Rachel, and Aaron—are launching into adulthood and enjoying their new found freedom.
Despite becoming recent empty-nesters, we remain very proud and invested parents, and look forward to the joys of grandparenting. With a commitment to healthy living, we believe the best days are yet to come. We have developed a new rhythm to life, with plenty of sleep, preparing healthy and delicious food (Lisa’s passion), and a favorite new sport– pickleball.
Together, we enjoy hospitality and connecting deeply with our clients and guests. Our home and wooded property in Lino Lakes provides a peaceful, retreat-like setting, and one that helps us bring together our expertise, experience, and creates an environment where healing and restoration can take place.
Fuel Your Brain
Resources, Websites, Tools and Tips
Cookbook recommendations for recipes that support the best brain health
Links to our favorite resources when you don’t feel like cooking
Your healthy brain grocery list to help you stock your fridge with brain fueling foods
Links to all of our favorite brain healthy foods and products to order online or in person at Target