The Brain Health Programme

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What is The Brain Health Programme?

The Brain Health Programme is a nutrition and lifestyle coaching programme to optimise brain health. You attend weekly meetings for 6 weeks covering the following topics that have all been shown in research as important for brain health:

Nutrition for brain health

Optimising gut health

Stress reduction

Getting a good night’s sleep


Brain training

Talks, activities and discussion at meetings show how to make and sustain lifelong food and lifestyle choices to improve brain health.

Coaching – of course we don’t just eat because we are hungry – being bored, upset and the sight of food can all cause us to eat, sometimes hijacking our good intentions and causing us to make poor food choices and overeat. The programme will start you on the journey towards understanding and changing your relationship with food with the goal of helping you make long-term, sustainable behaviour changes.

Why join the The Brain Health Programme?

If you are concerned about your risk of cognitive decline now or in the future. Perhaps because you have noticed brain fog, poor memory or concentration or maybe you have a family member diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.

What’s Included

Basic programme includes

Six weekly sessions, each lasting two hours

Self -Reflective Journal and Hand outs

Free multivitamin and Mineral -CoQ10 Multi (30) from Cytoplan

You don’t have to take Supplements, but they can be a very useful addition and help bridge the ‘nutrition gap’. However, food choice is always the most important factor for overall health.

Two Programmes will be running in the Spring of 2020

Workshop Dates are the following Monday evenings from 7.30- 9.30pm

 27th January 3rd, 10th, 24th February 2nd, 9th March

Workshop Dates are the following Thursday mornings from 10.00am-12.00pm

30th January

6th, 13th, 27th February

5th, 12th March

Will be Taking Place At the Studio, The White House, Aston Hill, Nr Watlington, OX49 5SG

To find out more come to The Introductory talk on Monday 13th January at 8pm or Thursday 16th January at 10am  – Cost £10

For further information: If you would like to have a chat and find out a bit more about the programme please give Rosie Pearce a call 07871560249

To book a place on the programme please email us. Rosie Pearce:


Rosie Pearce has lived in Thame for 12 years and has two children aged 15 & 13.  Nutritional Therapy is her second career; previously she was a process engineer in the food industry.  She completed a part time distance learning degree with the now University of West London and gained a BSc in Nutritional Medicine.  She has now been practicing for 8 years as a Registered Nutritional Therapist seeing clients at the Practice in Thame.  She works with people looking to address their specific health goals coaching them to make the right diet and lifestyle choices to optimise their health.  Her personal interest in Brain Health is, through her experience of caring for her Mother who had Alzheimer’s, this has led her to facilitating Brain Health Programmes where she believes group programmes can support people to make lasting changes. 

She never tires of learning more in the field of nutrition and loves to share what information she knows with others.

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