Cognitive and neurological disorders

Cognitive Decline & Neurological Disorders

In Europe alone, one million people develop cognitive decline every year, more than half of whom will go on to develop dementia.The positive news is that research indicates that early intervention with dietary and lifestyle changes reduces the risk of developing poor memory and may slow the progression to dementia (whether that is Alzheimer’s or vascular dementia).

At the Brain Bio Centre we can assess your nutritional and biochemical status, then build a nutrition plan tailored to your needs. For example, we may recommend a test that measures your homocysteine level as this is commonly raised in those with dementia, and is recognised as a risk factor by some authorities. If the level is elevated we will provide you with a nutrition and supplement plan to restore balance.

Whether you have a specific health concern or not, or whether you simply want to support the health of your brain, nutritional therapy can help. By fine-tuning your nutrition and biochemistry, you may reduce your risk or improve symptoms of age-related memory. You are also likely to see an improvement in other age-related symptoms such as aches and pains, sleep problems, concentration and so on.


“You have saved my life, or at least made it worth living again. I’m a new man and my memory and concentration are the sharpest they’ve ever been.”

Chris K, London

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