Dr Neil Bindemann, the founder of the Person-Centred Neurosciences Society, a neuroscientist, ironically diagnosed in 2015 with a brain tumour, and now a ‘man with a van’, is visiting Macknade Farm Shop, Faversham, on Saturday 18th November. Neil plans to be parked up in the car park with his ‘Café Neuro Kafe’ from 10.30am.
He will be there with members of the teams from both the Parkinson’s Centre for Integrated Therapy (PCIT) and the Kent MS Therapy Centre. The main aim is to meet with anyone who happens to be passing and curious to know more about how a few simple changes to the likes of food and drink, can enable people to feel good about themselves, and live well, whether diagnosed with a neuroscience disorder, such as Parkinson’s, MS, PTSD, ADHD, or not.
Over the past couple of months Neil has attended both the Tonbridge and the Tunbridge Wells Food and Drink Festival. He has been there with his van to share the substantial evidence of how changing the food we eat can for example improve the control of epilepsy seizures, with or without drugs. He plans to have a range of foods, known to positively impact a range of neurological and mental health disorders, that visitors to his Café Neuro Kafe will be able to sample.
We thank Neil for promoting our work in this way and hope many of our supporters and members will be able to meet him.