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Two big pharmaceutical powerhouses recently threw in the towel on testing their highly-touted Alzheimer's drugs. At the same time, the Journal of the American Medical Association warned against the "pseudo-medicine" of Alzheimer's supplements.
"A mind is like a parachute. It works best when open. But what if your mind is closing down?
This show is about cognitive decline, one of the worst cases being Alzheimer’s disease, with an interview of the scientist and medical neurologist who is successfully reversing and preventing this brain disease and keeping parachutes open – Dr. Dale Bredesen.
In this extraordinary show you will hear from the doctor who has published 226 peer review articles on the brain and dementia:
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Join DrDeborahMD of Northwest Memory Center for an educational series dedicated to educating our community about what YOU can do to improve your memory, mood, and cognitive abilities. The series is based on the Bredesen Protocol and the work done at Northwest Memory Center.
Published on Mar 6, 2019
CBS SF: Bay Area Philanthropist Invests in Buck Faculty Dale Bredesen
WOW! THIS IS FROM 2011
The Buck Institute is the nation's first and only independent research facility focused solely on understanding the connection between aging and chronic disease. Our mission is to increase the healthy years of life.
REMEMBER THIS IS BEFORE DR. BREDESEN'S ALZHEIMER'S REVERSALS IN 2014.
Published on Mar 14, 2011
" Dr. Dale Bredesen, world-renowned neurologist and chief medical officer of MPI Cognition, joins our show in this special episode of the Elite Man Podcast! Dale talks about how to overcome Alzheimer’s disease once and for all and what you can do right now if you or a loved one has this terrible brain disease! He shares with us his cutting-edge research and the many treatment protocols he’s pioneered for overcoming Alzheimer’s and other cognitive diseases. If you’re wondering what you can do right now if you or a loved one has Alzheimer’s or other forms of cognitive decline, check this episode out now! " Elite Man Podcast
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"Mark and Dr. Gladden invite Dr. Dale Bredesen on the podcast to speak about the science of cognitive decline and its prevention. Dr. Bredesen is an expert on neurodegenerative diseases, and he discusses multiple risk factors for Alzheimer’s and dementia, including those both genetic and environmental. They examine crucial things you should do in your routine and environment to help reduce the risks that contribute to cognitive decline.
Mark and Dr. Gladden review a number of advances in longevity research, considering the impact they might have on improved cognitive function. " - LIVING BEYOND 120
"This is an interview I’ve been looking forward to for years. Dr. Dale Bredesen is shaking up the medical world by showing that Alzheimer’s actually can be prevented, treated, and sometimes even reversed. This is really important to me because my mom is the final stages of Alzherimer’s and I, of course, am doing everything I can to prevent myself from falling to the same fate." - Brian Sanders
This interview is a Poscast. Click the link below to listen to Podcast.
We discuss how sleep plays a critical role in learning and memory, in the regulation of emotions including loneliness, in the function of the immune system, preventing the formation of amyloid beta plaques in the brain and Alzheimer's disease, glucose regulation and insulin sensitivity. We also discuss how certain dietary macronutrients affect sleep, the effect of sleeping pills and alcohol on sleep, the accuracy of sleep trackers, and so much more.
FoundMyFitnessPublished on Feb 28, 2019
TRANSRIPT OF INTERVIEW: https://www.cogmission.co.uk/defeating-dementia-interview-with-francis-mcnear/
In this episode we discuss the revolutionary new research being done in the field of Alzheimer's Disease and how we are finally offering patients and families afflicted with this devastating disease new treatments using a combination of the ReCODE protocol from Dr. Dale Bredesen and our own work.
Published on Jul 3, 2018
Dr. Bredesen’s research has led to new insights that explain the erosion of memory seen in Alzheimer’s disease, and these insights have opened the door to a new therapeutic approach. His book "The End of Alzheimer's: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline" was released just over a year ago and is a hopeful exploration into not only the condition, but to solutions that are helping people with Alzheimer's improve their quality of life today.
AMERICAN MEDICINE TODAY
Kimberberly Bermel, host of WFLA, Ethan Youkar, Jeff Wagstaff and Dr. Alfred Bonati interview Dr. Dale Bredesen about The End of Alzheimer's- The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline
American Medicine Today WFLA / 970
Published on Oct 8, 2017
Deborah Gordon graduated from the University of California at San Francisco in 1979. Since that time she has worked in a variety of medical settings, including community and migrant clinics, emergency departments, and private practice, with experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings. For the last 25 years her practice has emphasized preventive medicine and she has encouraged patients to heal themselves with wise lifestyle choices.
Published July 10, 2017
An outstanding CBN interview with medical expert Dr. Sara Gottfried about her new book Brain Body Diet. Dr. Gottfried discusses how to reconnect the brain and body to prevent and reverse the multitude of symptoms and diseases, including Alzheimer's, afflicting millions of women .
Published on Mar 5, 2019
Promising research into the disease shows the possibility of prevention and even reversal of cognitive decline. There may be multiple risk factors for Alzheimer’s, such as chronic inflammation, chronic infections, tick-borne illnesses, the presence of the ApoE4 gene, mold or heavy metals toxicity, hormone changes, and others. Getting a “cognoscopy” at age 45 could give early warning indicators. Prevention protocols may vary widely amongst individuals.
Published Mar 18, 2019