The SEEDS Plan is for you if you’re tired of stock answers and worn explanations for the inevitability and hopelessness of mental decline. Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of cognitive impairment are preventable, and in the early stages, reversible, and those facts are based on overwhelming scientific evidence.

The SEEDS Plan is the most current, comprehensive resource of everything worth knowing about Alzheimer’s prevention and early stage reversal that’s known right now. It organizes the five essential, modifiable pillars of lifelong brain health into a practical lifestyle program that can be personalized to your preferences, needs and habits. Own your future by adapting the plan in a way that works best for you.

Alzheimer’s roots are set decades before the disease becomes apparent, so it’s never too early to protect brain health. Different forms of cognitive impairment (brain fog, chemo brain, fibro fog, etc.) also benefit from this program because they share similar brain pathology with Alzheimer’s and other dementias. For those with a healthy mind, SEEDS can help keep the brain robust and optimize its function.

It is possible to defy the odds. Get busy with The SEEDS Plan and claim your healthy brain.

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Check Your Domain

Check Your Food

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  • Tapping (Emotional Freedom Techniques)




Appetite Loss And Cognitive Loss Go Hand In Hand

  Appetite loss is an early warning sign associated with Alzheimer’s  disease (AD) and mild cognitive impairment (MCI). It correlates highly with depression and inability to focus, both of which are themselves linked to dementia risk.   Reference: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29808955

Brain Scans Detect Alzheimer’s Risk

    SPECT & PET scans show brain changes that are hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease many years before obvious symptoms show. These imaging studies can be used as biomarkers for predicting progression from mild cognitive impairment to full blown Alzheimer’s, & can also be used for early diagnosis.   Reference: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30128693


Further Reading: Topics Covered In The SEEDS Plan

Plasticity-Promoting Read-For-Pleasure: Mentioned In The SEEDS Plan