Get the full Bredesen Protocol with Dr. Youngberg

Reverse Memory Loss

with Dr. Youngberg’s 4-day

Bredesen Protocol Intensive

NOTE: The entire 15 hours of Dr. Youngberg’s presentations was recently filmed professionally and is now available for instant viewing in your own home. Couples and families who cannot afford attending the resort based 4-day intensive can now access all the educational and clinical information necessary to initiate a comprehensive Bredesen Protocol. The video program is available here or at

Dr. Bredesen’s protocol when properly implemented has documented reversal of memory loss and cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer’s disease. This occurs in the vast majority of patients who follow this protocol for at least 6 months. Dr. Youngberg has been working closely with Dr. Bredesen since 2016 and was a contributing author to Dr. Bredesen’s newest paper documenting 100 case studies of patients who have successfully experienced improvements in cognitive function through this program. This paper was published October 2018 in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease & Parkinsonism. You may download it here.

Dr. Youngberg’s 4-day Bredesen Protocol Intensive was filmed live at the Coronado Island Marriott Resort and Spa in San Diego.

The 4-day Intensive includes many lectures and discussions with Dr. Youngberg and is designed as a clinical orientation and application of Dr. Dale Bredesen’s protocol for reversing cognitive decline.

Re-Ignite Re-Cognition

 Restore Optimal Memory

This 4-day intensive included over 15 hours of small group instruction in addition to “Walk with Your Doc”, group exercise and meal planning, all directly with Dr. Youngberg.

The Coronado Island Marriott Resort and Spa was a perfect place to learn about and apply the Bredesen Protocol. San Diego boasts the best climate in the US while enjoying the sunshine, beaches, short ferry rides into San Diego for dinner, complimentary bicycle cruisers to tour the beaches and resort town; and most importantly, an opportunity to open our minds to its healing potential. While there will be a full schedule of lectures,  exercise times and guided meal experiences; there will be plenty of time to relax and enjoy the many recreational activities at the resort and around the island. We are pleased to offer the entire lecture series as an on-line video educational program for you and your family. You may sign up for it at

Dr. Youngberg receives positive reports from participants as early as one week after starting the program. Within a month of initiating the Bredesen Protocol (based on and tailored to their individualized lab findings) many improvements are reported, even from the adult children of individuals with more advanced Alzheimer’s.

The key for success, is determining the multiple underlying causes of memory loss and cognitive decline, and then establishing a comprehensive intervention protocol that is personalized according to lab and overall clinical findings.

Each participant will have the option to subscribe to Dr. Dale Bredesen’s ReCODE Report that is generated from 150 data points. These data points come from medical history questions and many labs that Dr. Youngberg will help you complete. This highly personalized Health Risk Assessment helps pinpoint the principle causes of cognitive decline and the factors responsible for progression of dementia. The report also provides specific guidance on how to greatly improve cognition.

Dr. Youngberg has trained directly with Dr. Dale Bredesen who has developed the ReCODE Report that provides personalized recommendations with ongoing support.

Dr. Youngberg also provides specific guidance regarding meal planning and many nutritional and lifestyle contributors to optimize cognition.

The video based program is always available here or at
Dr. Youngberg has conducted training workshops for physicians and other health professionals on the topics of Preventing and Reversing Dementia. This includes presentations at the American College of Lifestyle Medicine’s International conference in 2017 and also in 2018.
You can read more about this at: American College of Lifestyle Medicine
To provide additional insights as to the scope of the 4-day intensive, a summary abstract of his second presentation is included below:

Title: Clinical Lifestyle Medicine Strategies for Preventing and Reversing Memory Loss in Alzheimer’s

Evidence-based lifestyle medicine strategies on prevention and reversal of dementia will be presented.

Currently 5.4 million Americans and 30 million world-wide are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease (AD).

Of all the various forms of dementia, AD accounts for 80% of the cases.

Of the 318 million people currently living in the United States, 45 million will develop AD.

A woman’s chance of developing AD is now greater than her chance of developing breast cancer.

A recent epidemiological report clarified that AD is now the 3rd leading cause of death in the United States.

In AD treatment, there is not a single drug that gives anything beyond a marginal, unsustained symptomatic effect, with little or no effect on disease progression.

In order to get effective improvements in Alzheimer’s Disease we must address its underlying causes and focus on combination functional and lifestyle medicine strategies that provide comprehensive, programmatic, and network based approaches which are sufficient to achieve epigenetic transformation and neurologic healing through their multiple and necessary synergistic components.

The field of lifestyle medicine is unique in its ability to meet the demands of the above injunction.

Studies published by the UCLA Center for Alzheimer’s Research have documented that up to 88% of MCI and early AD may be reversed within six months after initiating a comprehensive lifestyle medicine focused program.

The six subtypes of AD will be presented and discussed with emphasis on therapeutic implications.

Insulin resistance of the brain will be reviewed as one of the key factors contributing to the pathology of AD along with discussion as to why AD is now referred to as type 3 diabetes and why type 2 diabetes has been referred to as Alzheimer’s of the pancreas.

Case studies will be presented along with evidence-based lifestyle medicine protocols.