Did you know, YOU can reduce your dementia risk…

by Food for the Brain Foundation in London, England, United Kingdom

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We're building the first 'Brain Upgrade' programme to help people make positive diet and lifestyle changes that protect against dementia.

by Food for the Brain Foundation in London, England, United Kingdom

Our goal is to save a third of people from getting dementia, which means a 100,000 fewer cases a year in the UK alone.

Scientific research shows that a significant proportion of dementia risk can be attributed to diet and lifestyle factors. 

Simple changes in these areas can make a big difference to YOUR brain health.

Our new tool, created in collaboration with leading dementia experts, is a personalised and interactive ‘brain upgrade’ programme designed to help people make positive changes step by step, with the support of an engaging and encouraging community.   

You can help us launch COG-NITION® this autumn by supporting our crowdfunding campaign. As a charitable foundation, we rely on donations to continue our work and help more people take control of their cognitive health. 

Please give whatever you can – every £1 you give helps someone somewhere make the changes to prevent dementia.

Thank you for your support.

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£25 or more

Bronze Reward

This will enrol you to our Dementia Club including special events and newsletters.

£50 or more

Silver Reward

Receive a signed copy of Patrick Holford’s book 'The Alzheimer's Prevention Plan' and be enrolled to our Dementia Club.

£500 or more

Gold Reward

Donate £500 or more to beta-test COG-NITION® and learn how to substantially reduce your dementia risk.

£1,000 or more

Platinum Reward

Ambassador Membership - lifetime access to COG-NITION® and invitation to premium events.

Let's make 'Did you know, YOU can reduce your dementia risk…' happen

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