The New Science of Brain Health Nutrition Webinar
Your diet is critical to your brain’s health and with the proper Alzheimer’s diet, you can actually influence the health of your genes- that’s why it’s our 1st Pillar of Alzheimer’s Prevention. When it comes to Alzheimer’s prevention, nutrition is one of the most important aspects over which we have some control. We choose what we eat every day. This means we can have a tangible, positive impact on our brain health simply by making sensible food choices.
Using modern nutritional neuroscience techniques, Dr. Emerson Lombardo integrated the results of hundreds of scientific studies into the Memory Preservation Nutrition® (MPN™) program. Following the MPN program can promote cognitive and emotional brain health for people of every age. In her books and on her website, Dr. Emerson Lombardo presents menus using her delicious brain-healthy recipes.
Join us for this important conversation as we continue to make ourselves stronger and more resilient, especially in the time of COVID. Register here.
Tuesday, March 29th, 2022
4 pm PT / 5 pm MT / 6 pm CT / 7 pm ET
Duration: 60 minutes
Guest Speaker: Nancy B. Emerson Lombardo, PhD
Host: Kirti Khalsa, ARPF CEO
Please join us on Tuesday, March 29th for this outstanding webinar on nutrition and Alzheimer’s disease. It will be recorded and sent out after.
Would you like to join us but are not sure if you can make it? Register anyway and we’ll send you the recording.
In this webinar, you will discover:
1. Many delicious foods that protect our brains and why.
2. A few, prevalent foods that can harm our brains when eaten in excess.
3. Some recent research evidence supporting these ideas.
4. Doable goals to improve our own nutrition for brain health.
About the Speaker:
Nancy Emerson Lombardo, PhD has worked for over 40 years in services for older adults. A passionate advocate for people with Alzheimer’s and other brain diseases, Dr. Emerson Lombardo co-founded the Alzheimer’s Disease International, the Chicago and Detroit chapters of the Alzheimer’s Association, and served on the national board for 16 years. Then joined the world of research to inform practice change. She is an internationally recognized thought leader in interventions for diverse populations and innovative therapies for people with AD and their caregivers.
Dr. Emerson Lombardo is Adjunct Research Assistant Professor of Neurology at Boston University School of Medicine, and BU Alzheimer’s Disease Center. She is also Founder and President of the Brain Health and Wellness Center which promotes evidence-based brain healthy lifestyles.
Dr. Emerson Lombardo delivers presentations nationally and internationally to lay and professional audiences. She also offers consultation and coaching to individuals and organizations, including guidance on customizing and implementing brain-healthy nutrition programs.