Alzheimer's is a slow decline

How A Cognoscopy Can Help To Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

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Teela bradley says February 8, 2018

I’m overwhelmed with the information I’m reading on this…who gives this test…where do I start?

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    Michael says February 16, 2018

    The Cognoscopy is not one single test, but rather a combination of blood testing, stool testing and hormone testing. These tests do not have to be done all at once and not everyone will need to do all of the tests

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      Mary Nelson says March 2, 2018

      A couple of months ago I was having lots of hair loss. Online said thyroid and anemia were the most frequent causes. My doctor refused to test thyroid and iron and ferritin. He did test a couple including B12. B12 had gone down almost 200 points in 3 months to just over 300. Not so good. He is obviously not into 2018 medicine. I am experiencing some signs of cognitive decline and since my mother was a vegetable when she died, I am concerned. Not sure Mexico even does all the tests mentioned and that is where I live. Many would be available.

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Elizabeth Masten says October 5, 2018

Who does these tests? My doc or yours?

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    Michael says October 6, 2018

    Some of these tests are basic blood panels and your doctor can help you organize these – some of the more advanced pathology that your doctor will not do can be done through https://www.directlabs.com/planetnaturopath/OrderTests.aspx

    The more advanced tests like the G.I Map stool test, DUTCH hormone Test and the Organic Acids test your doctor will not do and you can order them through this website and I will help you with the interpretation

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