The Toxic Brain. Alzheimers, Autism and Beyond

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Accelerated brain shrinkage is the hallmark leading to mild cognitive impairment, dementia and Alzheimer’s. There is substantial evidence that these conditions can in fact be prevented. In this evening, we will discuss and deepen our knowledge on Alzheimer's dementia, what really causes it, including the amyloid protein and homocysteine hypothesis. However several other important factors, including neurotoxic elements such as aluminium may also be contributing cognitive problems.

You will learn:

  • Effective strategies to prevent the onset of Alzheimers, what actions to take now, how to test for memory decline and what foods and supplements will help.
  • About the various theories and failed amyloid protein models that exists and why this condition can involve several other factors relating to nutrition.
  • The role toxins exposure such as aluminium can have on contributing to cognitive decline, other neurodegenerative conditions and possibly autism.
  • The overwhelming evidence linking Aluminum and Alzheimer’s with even higher levels of aluminium found in the brains of individuals, diagnosed with an early-onset form of sporadic (usually late onset) Alzheimer’s disease.

Schedule / Agenda

6:00 – 6:30pm - Registration and exibitor hall

6:30-7:30pm - ‘Alzheimers: All you need to know about its prevention, disease-modify treatments and current failed drug-based solutions’ - Patrik Holford

7:30-7:50pm - Refreshments

8-00-8:45pm - Aluminium in the Human Brain Tissue and Neurodegenerative/Neurodevelopment Disease - Prof. Chris Exley

9:00pm - Finish

Refreshments included


Patrick Holford Founder of the Institute of Optimum Nutrition and Author of The Hybrid Diet

Professor Christopher Exley PhD (Toxicology) FRSB, Keele University and Honorary Professor, University of the Highlands and Islands


Tickets available through Eventbrite (not this website.). Book your ticket now. 

Contact 07516954500 or email for more information.


Attendance of the event counts as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) from the NNA. 

3 Accredited CPD points available (GCRN)