DAVID HAASE, MD

DAVID HAASE, MD


Neurologic Nourishment to Improve Memory, Attention, and Mood

Nourishing the brain is the most important function of the body. A poorly nourished brain will become impaired and produce symptoms of memory loss, attention deficit, depression, and anxiety. Maximizing brain wellness must include optimization of the personalized nutrition of the patient. Year after year, more drugs are being linked to contributing to neurocognitive decline–symptom suppression is backfiring. We must seek and address the causes of the decline whenever possible. In this learning experience, Dr. Haase will review the evidence base for practical brain health support using nutritional supplementation to improve outcomes for patients.

Take away valuable knowledge and discover how:

  • Neurocognitive decline can be reversed with targeted nutritional support
  • Symptoms of brain dysfunction may differ, yet the underlying nutritional contributors may be similar
  • New and time-tested interventions can improve outcomes for memory, mood, and attention

David Haase, MD is XYMOGEN’s Medical Director and teaches for the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) where he is lead faculty for the required-for-certificaiton Energy Advanced Practice Module. He is a reviewer for IFM’s Textbook of Functional Medicine and sits on the editorial board for the periodical “Integrative Medicine: A Clinicians Journal”. At the American Academy of Anti- Aging Medicine (A4M) and the University of South Florida Medical School, he is on the teaching faculty for the Advanced Brain Fitness and Memory Maintenance module. Dr. Haase received his MD from Vanderbilt University and trained at the Mayo Clinic. He is triple-boarded in Family Medicine, Integrative medicine, and Neurofeedback. Dr. Haase is the founder of the MaxWell Clinic, Chief Medical Officer of MaxWell Biosciences, and the Architect of MaxWell Brain. Dr. Haase is a founding member of the XYMOGEN medical board of advisors. He speaks and consults internationally on topics of reversing neurocognitive decline, brain-health promotion, optimizing healthcare delivery systems, gene-environment interactions, metabolomics, genomics, EEG neurofeedback, and personalized lifestyle medicine.