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Serving as both the Medical Director and Executive Director, Dr. Ajibade oversees the operations of Brain and Body Solutions, LLC and Brain and Body Foundation Inc., in the US and Nigeria. Brain & Body Solutions, LLC, is an integrated health center in Nigeria, and the Brain & Body Foundation is an organization established to focus on educating the public on relevant health issues, providing safe, innovative solutions to health conditions affecting the brain and body, and on alleviating the suffering of medically fragile children, including those diagnosed with severe brain disorders, genetic disorders, and sickle cell disease. One of the charity’s primary goals is to take the advances of the Western World and apply them to resource poor communities such as those in Africa and other developing nations around the world. In addition to several business interests, Dr. Ajibade is currently volunteering as a Community Health Educator for the Alzheimer’s Association, assisting with education, outreach programs, and the providing of support for families living with dementia. His extensive experience on TV, radio, and large speaking engagements enables him to deliver a wealth of knowledge on the challenges associated with Alzheimer’s, especially for those in the black community.

Dr. David Ajibade excels in translating complex neuroscience concepts into everyday language. His books, talks, and social media posts are relatable and actionable, demystifying brain health and empowering people to take charge of their mental well-being. His approachability fosters trust and engagement. Dr. David emphasizes a holistic view of brain health, considering lifestyle factors such as nutrition, exercise, sleep, and stress management (all encapsulated in what he terms “The Laws of Life”) essential to the promotion and maintenance of a healthy brain. This comprehensive approach resonates with individuals seeking practical strategies beyond medication and aligns with the growing interest in integrative medicine. His ability to distill complex information into digestible sound bites makes him a sought-after guest and commentator, having appeared on numerous TV and radio shows, podcasts, and webinars.

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE

Many African Americans, probably as a result of cultural and subconscious beliefs, are doing things that are positively damaging their brains; in some cases, they actually doing these things under the belief that they’re preserving their health, when in fact it’s resulting in the COMPLETE OPPOSITE…and that’s the frightening part of it all. Super grateful to the leadership of Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Baltimore Chapter, (especially David McShea, Ilene Rosenthal and Marlyn Taylor) for the opportunity!
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