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Bromyard Road Methodist Church

Bromyard Road, St John's

Worcester

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In November 2016, new figures from the Office for National Statistics showed that dementia is now the leading cause of death in England and Wales, replacing heart disease.

Whilst Alzheimer's and dementia may be diagnosed in our 70s or 80s, the processes that eventually result in dementia occur much earlier - in our 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s. This talk will outline a diet and lifestyle approach that is being used successfully in the United States to reverse symptoms of brain decline. The approach is also suitable for people to use BEFORE developing dementia to optimise brain health.


Who is the AAA talk for?

Are you concerned about your risk of brain decline now or in the future? Perhaps because you have noticed brain fog, poor memory or concentration or may be you have a family member diagnosed with dementia. Come along to one of our AAA talks and find out more about the dietary and lifestyle choices to consider, to improve brain health.

Following the initial talks in Worcester, you may be interested in signing up to the Action Against Alzheimer's programme we have developed (see below for more details). This includes a series of 8 nutrition and lifestyle workshops

The Action Against Alzheimer's programme starting on 18 May includes a series of 8 workshops – details will be provided during the talks on 25th, 26th April and 4th May.



What is the Action Against Alzheimer’s programme?

After attending one of the introductory talks, you may be interested in joining the Action Against Alzheimer’s programme - a nutrition and lifestyle coaching programme, developed by Cytoplan Ltd. It will be delivered in Worcester by Clare Daley, a qualified Nutritional Therapist. The programme aims to support brain health using techniques that have been shown in research to prevent and reverse symptoms of brain decline. You attend weekly meetings that will cover the following topics:

- MIND What You Eat - nutrition for brain health

- Optimise your gut health

- Stress management

- How to get a good night’s sleep

- Exercise and

- Brain training

The workshops are designed to help you engage with each aspect of the programme and understand what you need to do to optimise brain health.

Coaching – of course we don’t just eat because we are hungry – being bored, upset and the sight of food can all cause us to eat, sometimes hijacking our good intentions and causing us to make poor food choices and overeat. The programme will start you on the journey towards understanding and changing your relationship with food with the goal of helping you make long-term, sustainable behaviour changes.


About Clare

Clare Daley is a qualified Nutritional Therapist who works at Cytoplan. Clare studied at the University of Worcester and qualified as a nutritional therapist 7 years ago. Since then Clare has worked with clients with many health conditions and has now specialised in the area of brain health and the work of Professor Bredesen. Clare is passionate about the difference nutrition and lifestyle can make to health and finds working with groups particularly inspiring and rewarding.

About Cytoplan

Cytoplan is a food based supplements company based in Malvern.

Cytoplan is wholly owned by a charitable foundation – the AIM Foundation; a charitable organisation concerned with nutrition and health projects all over the world, as well as helping those less able to help themselves in various communities in the UK.



Dates for the Workshops

The series of 8 workshops will be held on the following dates:

Thursday 18th May, 25th May, 8th June, 15th June, 22nd June, 29th June and 6th July. The final 8th workshop will be held in September - date to be confirmed.

Time: 7pm to 8.30pm approximately

Attendance at as many (ideally all) of the workshops is recommended

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Meeting room
Bromyard Road Methodist Church
Bromyard Road
St. John's
Worcester
WR2 5DL

Car parking available




Introductory price

£80 for the programme of 8 workshops. It is anticipated that the price will increase to around £160 for future programmes. A payment plan, ie paying over two months, is available.

For more information please contact Clare – clare@cytoplan.co.uk or call for a chat on 01684 310099.

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Bromyard Road Methodist Church

Bromyard Road, St John's

Worcester

WR2 5DL

United Kingdom

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