This Monday we kick-start the practical 50 weeks to stop Alzheimer’s!
The first weeks of our practical 50-week course will be about ketogenic nutrition in theory and practice. This is a type of nutrition that was used in Dale Bredesen’s successful trial. He managed to reverse cognitive decline in 9 out of 10 cases with newly-diagnosed Alzheimer’s.
During the course we will work with practical daily exercise in all aspects used in this and other successful trials of newly diagnosed Alzheimer’s – both nutrition, breathing, movement, immunity and mental training.
You will receive the first course material already this Monday!
You can easily unsubscribe at any time during the course.
And of course you will keep your access to all the course material you have already received.
Course costs 300 GBP a month for 12 months.
The video below is an example of my practical training in ketogenic nutrition that you go through in the next 4 weeks. In order to optimally influence the cells in the positive direction regarding cleansing, oxygenation, nutrition, we need to reduce inflammation levels. One of the strongest methods is to increase the bioavailability of nutrients in the food. In the long run, we prefer to avoid vitamins and minerals in pill form because these substances are generally hardly absorbable to our body when they are in the form of pills. Their bioavailability or absorption rate is too low.
To increase efficiency, we need to use them directly from the food. The bioavailability of the food can be optimized significantly by specific methods of preparation. At the first 5 weeks of the course I will show you on videos made in my own kitchen how to ensure the high bioavailability. We will learn to choose the right ingredients – fish and meat at fisherman and butcher. We will learn special methods to ensure that all essential fatty acids that are very important to reverse Alzheimer’s are not lost and degraded during cooking.
I want to show you how to cook fish, meat and vegetables in a whole new way that you did not think was possible.
I look forward to inspiring you on our upcoming 50 week course. It starts already this Monday!
PS: Do you have questions or comments?
You may contact me directly on mobile phone +45 2073 5306.
In this video I will show you how easy it is to make one of the most nutritious dishes available. At the same time, it is also absolutely the cheapest. In this video, I also show you the contents of my freezer – which have only foods that support my strong health and make the aging process slower. In fact, it contains nothing but exclusively this type of health food.
Bone broth contains valuable minerals in a form your body can easily absorb and use, including: calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, silicon, sulfur, chondroitin, glucosamine and a variety of trace elements.
Bone broth also inhibits infection caused by influenza virus and combats inflammation, using antiinflammatory amino acids, such as arginine.
Bone broth gives you a natural and easily absorbable source of collagen protein.
Most people do not get enough collagen with normal western diets, so this soup helps to support the body tissue health and thereby supports healthy normal aging.
If you have not heard of collagen, you probably know about gelatin. Basically, it’s the same just in a slightly different form. Gelatin is collagen that has been heated. Collagen hydrolyzate or collagen peptides are collagen which is broken down to a smaller molecular weight, making it more bio-accessible. Therefore, the bone broth soup is very easy to digest.
Foods with high content of collagen protein are your perfect choice to support healthy tissues including: Brain, heart, bowel, muscles, mental health and healthy, glowing skin.
Collagen is a protein that is essential to our health. It consists of amino acids, including the amino acids proline, glycine and arginine. In fact, collagen is so important that it constitutes approx. 30 percent of all the proteins in the body and found throughout the body in the tendons, ligaments, bones and more. You might say that collagen is the “glue” that holds us together – and it really is.
Collagen is found only in animals, mainly in meat and connective tissue, and it is the second most common substance in the body after water.
Many people try to improve their skin with lotion and potions from the outside, but collagen protein can help support healthy skin from the inside – from within.
Similarly, collagen plays a major role in supporting healthy nails and hair. It is also involved in maintaining healthy tendons that tie muscles to the bones as well as in healthy ligaments, a type of connective tissue that connects the bones together, thereby keeping the joints together.
Collagen is found in the bones, blood vessels, digestive tract, heart, cornea, gall bladder, kidneys, bladder, smooth muscle tissue and cartilage.
Aging lowers the level of collagen in our body. Collagen production in the body generally begins to slow down around 20 years. In fact, between 20 and 29 years, we can lose one percent of collagen per year. The lack can really be felt with age.
Generally, when the body does not have enough collagen, the skin begins to thinner and get more wrinkles. The hair becomes lifeless, and tendons and ligaments are not as they usually are. Your joints may also feel it. They can get stiff and start making weird sounds.
Collagen protein from natural sources supports healthy metabolism and stable energy levels that are especially important for your brain, which uses the largest part of the body’s available energy to function normally. It also helps to support swim muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints and skin.
So watch the video and be inspired to have this soup as part of your normal nutrition!
It is very important especially for neurodegenerative diseases to stop using aluminum and plastic containers to store the food. We use only glass and steel containers. This will support the body’s detox process as well as reduce inflammation – also in the brain! There are several studies that establish correlation between toxins and neurodegeneration. So be sure to pour the soup into glass or steel containers for storage!