Comprehensive Cognitive Health Program
Jan Purser has a special interest in helping people reverse mild cognitive impairment and early onset Alzheimer's disease. She is a certified ReCODE practitioner trained in the Bredesen Protocol. Jan completed practitioner training in the USA with The Institute of Functional Medicine and Dr Dale Bredesen from the Buck Institute and MPI Cognition. Jan presents seminars on this subject to the public and to practitioners.
Jan's Comprehensive Cognitive Health Program is designed to assess your cognitive ability and how well your body is functioning. This assessment is ideal for people who would like to learn what steps they specifically can undertake to prevent cognitive decline and who:
What the Comprehensive Cognitive Health Program Involves
Initial Cognitive Health Consultation - during this 1.5 hour comprehensive consultation Jan will complete a full health assessment and discuss your cognitive health concerns. During this appointment she will provide you with information for the online cognitive health assessment, a letter of referral to your own GP or the GP at Remede Wellness for blood tests; and any functional medicine test kits required.
Initial Cognitive Health Assessment Questionnaire - this is provided in your initial consultation for you to complete and email to Jan before your second consultation.
Comprehensive Blood Testing - a comprehensive panel of blood tests to assess the functional status of your body and to identify any areas of imbalance. These blood tests organised through your GP or the GP at Remede Wellness include: full blood examination, liver function test, kidney function test, full cholesterol and blood lipids test, cardiovascular risk factors test, full thyroid function including reverse T3, blood sugar levels, insulin, HbA1C test, vitamin D, iron studies, hormonal status studies, inflammatory hormones test, zinc, copper, calcium, selenium, magnesium, heavy metals.
APOE Gene Test - this is a cheek swab sample collection test that will identify your APOE genes which indicates your potential risk of cognitive health issues.
Comprehensive Gene Test - this gene test, via cheek swab samples, will help Jan determine your risk factors for nutritional deficiencies that may affect vital functions in your body and includes panels to assess methylation, detoxification, mood and cognition, nutrigenomics and more. Using this information Jan can tailor your nutritional needs accordingly.
Cognitive Function Online Assessment - this is a secure online assessment that is very simple to navigate and Jan will provide you with your personal link and information for your assessment that can be completed at home on your computer.
Hair Mineral Analysis Test - to determine if your health may be affected by toxic elements such as heavy metals, and to assess your nutrition status. Jan may collect a hair sample at your first consultation or provide a kit for home collection.
Functional Medicine Tests - depending on your history these tests may include inflammatory markers testing; HLA DQ/DR gene test to determine if you are susceptible to mould exposure; and, biotoxin testing to determine if your immune system is reacting to moulds or biotoxins. Further tests may be suggested depending on your test results always with the aim of determining underlying drivers of your cognitive dysfunction.
Report of Findings and Recommendations Consultation - is conducted 4-6 weeks after the initial consultation. Once the information has been collected from your assessments and tests results received you have two options:
For further information about this program, please contact Jan Purser on 08 9286 1166 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Jan Purser
Jan is a Naturopathic Nutritionist who specialises in prevention and reversal of cognitive decline, dementia and early Alzheimer’s disease. Jan is a Bredesen ReCODE practitioner having completed additional training with Dr Dale Bredesen and the Institute of Functional Medicine in the USA on reversing cognitive impairment and early Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
After a close family member was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in recent years Jan has seen first hand the devastating effect loss of memory has had on him, his wife, and all his family and friends. As a result Jan researched the latest statistics on the disease and the forecasted statistics. It is not an optimistic picture. Since then Jan has made it her mission to help as many people as possible prevent Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive decline, as research shows that it is a completely preventable disease.