Alzheimer’s is overwhelming.



We’re here to support you in your cognitive care journey.

Alzheimer’s disease is a devastating diagnosis, slowly robbing patients of their mind, while leaving the body as a shell. In the U.S. alone there are more than 6 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s, a number that’s only expected to climb.

You’re likely here because you were told there’s little you can do to prevent cognitive decline.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

We believe every brain and every body has the ability to heal when we remove obstacles and provide the right support. We implement what we learn from the latest scientific research on the brain and body and are conducting studies of our own.

We see cognitive improvement for our patients all the time.

Our work is built upon the ground-breaking dementia protocol of Dr. Dale Bredesen, MD to improve the quality of life for those diagnosed with Alheimer’s disease and dementia.

We offer the best-in-class strategies currently known to have the ability to improve brain function for those faced with genetic risk or already personally suffering.

Become a better caregiver for your loved one with a comprehensive cognitive care approach


You’ve likely heard of the Bredesen protocol and even read the book, The End of Alzheimer’s. But the book on its own can feel overwhelming. The Bredesen protocol is a total lifestyle change for those who are likely already bewildered by a devastating diagnosis.

We support cognitive care for Alzheimer’s and dementia in five ways:

Residential treatment

Our Marama senior care center in San Diego is the only facility in the world adhering strictly to the Bredesen protocol of care. Our goal is to support brain and body healing and even return residents to independent living.
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VIP private support

Dr. Healthier Sandison works with a limited number of private patients each year to help them adopt a cognitive care lifestyle at home, based on the Bredeson protocol of care.
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Clinical treatment

Clinical patient care for California residents seeking an integrative approach to whole-body, whole-brain health.
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Health coaching

Our Bredesen trained health coaches work one to one with you to help you adopt the Ketoflex diet at home.
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Digital course

The Marama At Home course walks you through how to implement the lifestyle changes necessary to improve brain function for those faced with genetic risk or already personally suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
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I’m glad you’re here

Your guide for Marama At Home is Dr. Heather Sandison, founder of Solcere and Marama.

Dr. Sandison specializes in neurocognitive medicine and neurohacking. She has been trained to specifically address imbalances that affect the brain including autism, ADD/ADHD, depression, anxiety and Alzheimer’s.

She has trained with Dr. Dale Bredesen MD, Dr. Neil Nathan, MD, Dr. Bill Walsh, PhD and Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker, MD in addition to regularly attending and speaking at integrative medicine conferences throughout the year.

Her healing philosophy centers around treating the cause of imbalances in the body including:

  • Toxins
  • Nutrients
  • Stress
  • Structure
  • Infections

Dr. Sandison believes in the power of the body to heal itself. Her passion is to guide and support patients to make sustainable lifestyle changes and access the best research-based medical interventions to support balance in the body.

Dr. Sandison has been awarded a research grant to study the effects of individualized interventions on patients struggling with cognitive decline at Solcere.

She earned her Naturopathic Doctorate at Bastyr University in Seattle, WA. She currently serves on the medical advisory board of Neurohacker Collective and is a regular host of the Collective Insights podcast.

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