Implement key dietary habits of the scientifically studied MIND diet to reduce your risk of Alzheimer's and Dementia
3 Key Features
- Reduce Alzheimer's risk
- Designed specially for Women
- Easiest kind of diet to follow
Eating away at Alzheimer's risk
The MIND diet was developed by researchers at Chicago’s Rush University Medical Center to lower one's risk of developing Alzheimer's disease by up to 53%. Using this diet, Brainsalvation has created an innovative diet program, designed specifically for women. Members work closely with expert nutrition consultants and health coaches to achieve their personal goals. They receive daily evaluation of dietary choices, customized nutrition recommendations, guidance, and support. The MIND diet is a hybrid of the Mediterranean and DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diets, but with modifications based on the most compelling science on nutrition and dementia prevention. Both the DASH and Mediterranean diets have been found to reduce the risk of cardiovascular conditions like hypertension, heart attack, and stroke.
Tracking your diet for 3 days
Text your nutrition consultant pictures or descriptions of all your meals (and snacks!) for 3 days prior to your initial consultation.
Initial Goal-Setting Consultation (30 min)
An expert Nutrition Consultant will review your 3-day food journal, introduce you to the principles of the MIND diet, and help you set custom nutrition goals based on your unique needs and lifestyle.
Communication with your Nutrition Consultant is completed via Skype or phone call.
Daily diet coaching
A health coach, trained in the MIND diet, will review all of the meal photos, comments and questions you send via SMS/MMS. You will receive customized responses from your health coach at least 5 days each week. During those 5 days, you should expect to hear a response one or more times each day.
Nutrition Consultant has at least 4 years of experience as a Registered Dietitian, and Health Coach has at least a bachelor's degree in nutrition or 2 health related degrees plus 1 nutrition related coaching certification. Both has passed Pegara's rigorous selection process.
Martha Clare Morris, PhD, a Rush University nutritional epidemiologist.
The MIND diet is a research-based diet developed by Dr. Martha Clare Morris and her colleagues.