07 Oct Amylee Amos
I’m terrified of dementia! I may have Alzheimer’s! What if it can be reversed? with Amylee Amos …
Amylee Amos – Health / Prevent & Reversing Dementia –
Amylee Amos is the founder of the Amos Institute which specializes in treating cognitive loss, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Amylee utilizes the Bredesen Protocol to help people fight Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia through nutrition and lifestyle changes such as reducing toxins, improved sleep and proper exercise.
The Bredesen Protocol is a program developed by Dr. Dale Bredesen, to improve cognition and reverse the effects of dementia.
From the Amos Institute’s website:
Amylee Amos MS, RDN, IFMCP founded the Amos Institute to specialize in the implementation of the Bredesen Protocol. She graduated with a Master of Science in Nutrition, Healthspan, & Longevity from the University of Southern California’s Leonard Davis School of Gerontology. She has trained under Dr. Dale Bredesen and received certification in the Bredesen Protocol from MPI Cognition. Amylee is part of Dale Bredesen’s elite immersion team and has worked in partnership with MPI Cognition performing week long retreats for participants of the Bredesen Protocol. She is one of the only dietitians in the United States who is certified by the Institute for Functional Medicine, a new high level achievement for leading medical providers. She has contracted with the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy through the Institute of Functional Medicine to help create a health coaching program that specializes in coaching and counseling patients on the Bredesen Protocol. Amylee works in corporate wellness, contracting with corporations large and small that wish to educate their employees on optimizing cognition and enhancing wellness using the research of the Bredesen Protocol. Amylee is a guest lecturer at the University of Southern California.
If you would like to learn more about preventing and reversing dementia, visit AmosInstitue.com.
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