Getting to Know Dr. Bredesen

Dr. Dale Bredesen has dedicated his career to studying Alzheimer’s with the goal of reversing it and, ultimately, preventing it altogether. He earned his MD from Duke University Medical Center, was Chief Resident in Neurology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), and was an NIH Postdoctoral Fellow. Dr. Bredesen taught at UCSF, UCLA, and the University of Califonia in San Diego. In 1998, he joined the Buck Institue for Research Aging as the founding president and CEO.
LifeSeasons is proud to have partnered with Dr. Bredesen to help combat subjective cognitive decline and improve brain function for millions of Americans.

The LifeSeasons Standard

Since 2009, LifeSeasons has fostered dedication in helping individuals live life to the fullest. We aim to formulate products that combine nature and science to help each person build a foundation for good health. We select the highest-quality, clinically studied ingredients for maximum efficacy and success in producing desired results.
Our ingredients are put through a rigorous testing process to ensure that they are pure, potent, and effectivegiving you the best formulas and the best results. To learn more about NeuroQ and the science behind our innovative neuroprotectant, click here. If you are ready to add the NeuroQ supplement to your daily routine, contact us today.
With more and more people experiencing declining cognitive function, especially among younger people, the issue is no longer a problem for just the elderly. However, even as brain conditions rise, most individuals aren’t aware that the things they experience could indicate a growing problem.
Common signs and symptoms of cognitive decline include:
  • Memory loss, such as forgetting names, places, or recent events
  • Problems with organizing or planningstruggling with multi-tasking
  • Difficulty with recognizing faces
  • Difficulty finding wordsoften losing vocabulary
  • Misplacing items
  • Problems calculating a tip, or paying bills
  • Slower recall, which could either be visual or verbal

NeuroQ, combined with the PreCODE Method, helps combat these issues and works to enhance one’s overall brain health. The ingredients in each play a critical role in different aspects of the brain and work together to create a supplement that can help decrease cognitive decline.

The NeuroQ Ingredients

Here at LifeSeasons, our motto is “Nature Works. Science Proves It.” The ingredients we use for NeuroQ are derived from nature and have been meticulously studied and tested to ensure their safety and efficiency for improving cognitive functioning. NeuroQ contains:
Ginkgo biloba

Helps support a healthy inflammation response, supports the production of important brain-building factors, supports recovery from heavy metal/mold exposure, supports healthy blood flow, and supports the brain’s repair from physical trauma.*


Helps support a healthy blood sugar response, provides important building factors, and supports the brain’s recovery from trauma.*

Coffee fruit extract

Helps support healthy blood sugar response and increases the brain’s production of key building factors like BDNF.*

Yamada Bee propolis

Helps support healthy inflammation response, supports healthy blood sugar levels, supports the production of brain-building factors, supports recovery from exposure to heavy metal and mold exposure, supports normal blood flow, and supports brain repair from trauma.*

Turmeric (curcumin)

Helps support healthy inflammatory response, provides brain-building compounds, and supports recovery from heavy metal and mold exposure.*

Gotu kola

Helps support healthy inflammatory response, healthy blood flow, and supports brain repair from trauma.*

These ingredients above were chosen to combat certain health, lifestyle, and environmental factors that can increase the risk of cognitive decline, including:


Poor Diet

Insulin resistance

Lack of Exercise

Poor Sleep

High Blood Pressure



Social Isolation

Understanding the PreCODE Method

Our program combines Dr. Bredesen’s critical changes in lifestyle behaviors along with brain-specific nutrients that can have a profound impact on your overall brain health and well-being. Doing this boosts your brain’s performance in memory, visual and verbal recall, processing speed, and executive functioning.
The best way to implement this method is to make one small change at a time until it becomes a habit.
These changes include:
Exercising at least 30 minutes a day
Sleeping between 7 and 8 hours each night
Getting 10-15 minutes of moderate brain stimulation each day
Stopping eating at least 3 hours before bed and fasting for at least 12 hours between the end of dinner and the start of breakfast the next morning
You don’t have to make all of these changes at once. Look at the list and pick just one or two to begin with where you can make a consistent change. Once you see success, you’ll be motivated to add more healthy habits.

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