Julie, I watched this and one of my favorite moments was when you were showing off the "new" granola and said (about the berries), "Oh, this is way too many." It helped me dial back the berries the next morning! I also didn't mind Dr. Oz (who usually kind of annoys me) jackhammering on the "controversial" nature of Dr. Bredesen's work. If anything, that Dr. Bredesen and you and Colorful were there to stand up to it helped lend credibility. Oftentimes, people see "bestselling book" and just think dollar signs, or "latest fad diet," and to have you brave souls come forth with your stories, and to explain why it was so risky to come public . . . well, very powerful, and not just Must See TV. This segment certainly helped Dr. Bredesen's work launch more deeply into the mainstream public, and not just among those of us already mired in health blogs, who may be more open to unconventional approaches to disorders. Very valuable work!
57 years old, ApoE 3/3, mother and grandmother have/had late-onset dementia, eager to save brain and optimize health.
Thank you all for sharing your knowledge!