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Mending The Mind: A Revolutionary Breakthrough In Brain Health

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Mending The Mind: A Revolutionary Breakthrough In Brain Health


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As baby boomers come of age, the incidence of Alzheimer’s is increasing at a rapid rate, with currently more than 1 in 3 people dying of the disease. It is considered the third leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer and there is no cure. Or is there? Research is being published showing a reversal of cognitive decline in humans, bringing patients back from lives that had been curtailed by their inability to work, drive, or recognize the people around them. Perhaps we should look at cognitive decline as a roof with many holes — a drug may manage one, but there are many holes left unattended. Learn how to recognize and address the root causes of dementia from a nutritional, herbal and functional medicine approach, not just for your patients but also for yourself and your family.

Learning Objectives

You will learn:

  • What is normal memory loss and what is not
  • Why Alzheimer’s is now being called “Type 3 Diabetes”
  • The multiple causes of neuroinflammation
  • Nutritional issues involved with cognitive decline
  • Steps you can take to prevent cognitive decline, regardless of your genetics
Healthy Seminars

Marlene has courses on Healthy Seminars. Nutrition: The Forgotten Pillar of Chinese Medicine approved for 13 CEU/PDA/CPD and Mending the Mind: Using Nutrition, Herbs and Lifestyle To Reawaken The Brain From Dementia approved for 7 CEU/PDA/CPD


Dr. Marlene Merritt received her Masters degree in Oriental Medicine in 2000 and is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine. She is licensed both by the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners and by the New Mexico Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and is board certified by the NCCAOM. A respected educator, she was on the faculty of Academy of Oriental Medicine at Austin from 1998 to 2004 and has taught Anatomy and Physiology for 13 years. She is an Applied Clinical Nutritionist, is Board Certified in Bariatric Counseling, and is currently studying for an additional Masters degree in Human Nutrition. She has a regular column in Acupuncture Today and other publications about nutrition (see her articles HERE). In addition to a full clinical practice, she lectures nationally with her husband, Dr. Will Mitchell, to healthcare practitioners all over the U.S. and Canada on issues ranging from diabetes, endocrine dysfunction, blood chemistry, nutrition, and Celiac disease/gluten intolerance. She is currently writing a book, titled “Bacon, Butter and Wine: How We Lost Our Common Sense About Food”.

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