Amanda has 40 years of experience within the field of Nutrition, having worked in health/nutrition-related fields for most of her working life.
Born in to a medical family, Amanda’s desire to understand nutrition began as a child, when her parents, both Doctors, died at an early age of cancers. Amanda’s parents turned to nutrition before they died, and although too late to save them, she was empowered by their new way of thinking, that there may have been something that could have changed the course of their diseases, if only they’d known earlier on.
From that moment, Amanda was driven by her desire to understand the cause and effect relationship in disease, influenced by the view that this was the only way one could prevent the fear that arises from the belief that disease is omnipotent.
At this time as there is no effective therapy for Alzheimer’s disease in the UK it is inciting widespread fear among the population. The Bredesen Protocol offers the first positive solution to preventing and reversing Alzheimer’s disease and as such also stands to remove the fear – provoking omnipotence of the disease –mindful of the above Amanda is driven to spreading the word of hope, creating awareness of how everyone can help themselves prevent cognitive decline and supporting more UK based research to enable this protocol to become mainstream medicine.