Anyone for the UK fancy joining a new meet up?

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wac wrote:Hi I'm new to the group and came across this thread after searching for UK members. Reading through the posts, did the meet up get arranged? I live in Birmingham but would travel to London no problem.

Bob, if you read this can you share your experiences from your meeting with Helen Williams?
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In reply to wac. I did not proceed with Helen Williams so have no feedback positive or negative to share. Instead I have engaged with Jo Gamble at jo@embracingnutrition.co.uk who is Bredesen Protocol trained and very impressive. My reason for working with Jo is that she also specialises in advising on nutrition for people going through treatment for cancer which, unfortunately, has recently become a bit of a requirement for me.

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Hi All,

Our London based Functional Medicine practise has been working with the Bredesen protocol for several years and so we can help anyone understand their risks regardless of ApoE status.

We would be happy to engage with you all so maybe fire over your concerns to start with and we can start from there.

Can I suggest that what's been written on this website as far as the basics are excellent and we should not panic just because of our ApoE status?

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I've only just joined this group, but I just spotted this thread from 4 years ago. Did you all meet up? Are you still in touch? I'd love to join. I'm in Coventry. We could zoom if travel is an issue.
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PeteWilliams wrote: Mon Mar 16, 2020 5:36 am Hi All,

Our London based Functional Medicine practise has been working with the Bredesen protocol for several years and so we can help anyone understand their risks regardless of ApoE status.

We would be happy to engage with you all so maybe fire over your concerns to start with and we can start from there.

Can I suggest that what's been written on this website as far as the basics are excellent and we should not panic just because of our ApoE status?

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Hi Pete,
Many people ask for recommendations for practitioners in the forums here. Your post here, which is in a thread about a Meet-Up might not be seen by someone looking for practitioners in the UK familiar with Dr. Bredesen's work. Please consider posting about your practice in our Wiki in the section for ApoE4-aware Practitioners. You can use this link:
https://wiki.apoe4.info/wiki/ApoE4-Awar ... ctitioners

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Hi Lindsey,

Yes, we never quite got to that meeting.

There is a conference coming up in London with Dale headlining it in September.
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Wow, I had no idea. Do you have a link for that, or any more info? I just googled it and it's not coming up.
thanks!
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