At Princeton Integrative Health, we turn hope into action, putting your health, and those of your loved ones, back into your hands, with the only proven protocol for preventing, treating, and reversing Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive decline.
1 in 7 American's will eventually get Alzheimer's Disease
Alzheimer's Disease is the 3rd leading cause of death in the United States
Alzheimer's Disease is a terminal disease if progression is not halted or reversed
No drug has been discovered to stop the progression of Alzheimer's or cure Alzheimer's
The average monthly cost for an Alzheimer's Care Living Facility is $8,000 - $10,000
At home and facility care for Alzheimer's Disease is not covered by insurance
Long term care insurance is expensive and incomplete
Alzheimer's Disease places a massive burden on caretakers
Alzheimer's Disease impacts the individual physically, mentally, and emotionally
"Despite all scientific efforts, at the moment there are no effective pharmacotherapeutic options for prevention of AD.”
Yiannopoulou KG. CURRENT AND FUTURE TREATMENTS FOR ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE.
Therapeutic Advances in Neurologic Disorders, 2013;6:19-33
Recent studies published by Dr. Bredesen and Apollo Health have shown groundbreaking achievements in treating and reversing cognitive decline and Alzheimers by using novel therapeutic protocols and supplements which PreCODE and ReCODE your brain. Learn more about reversing cognitive decline..
Our methodology is based on the work of Dr. Dale Bredesen, MD, from Duke University Medical Center, Chief Neurologist at UCSF, professor, and best-selling author of "The End of Alzheimer's" who has successfully reversed cognitive decline in hundreds of individuals. Learn more about the methodology here.
We use cutting edge technology to identify individualized subtypes of Alzheimer's Disease and cognitive decline, which will inform treatment to drive impactful results.
Our program provides an individualized roadmap, a health and wellness team, and significant support resources to drive ultimate success.
Our solutions are designed to fit anyone, whether you’re already showing symptoms of cognitive decline or hoping to prevent them.
Taking a detailed look into an individual's root cause(s) for memory loss is called a cognoscopy. It includes extensive bloodwork and additional 21st Century tests.
Information obtained from the testing is then organized to create a picture of why the individual’s cognition is declining.
Perfection is not necessary. All we need to do is tip the scales so that more brain nerves are growing than are dying. The further you are down the path of nerve death, the more aggressively we will need to tip the scales.
Signals for Neuron Death:
Let's Tip the Scale TOGETHER
of which path you take...