Sara wrote:Hi Diane, The Primer as referenced by jolicoeur... contains valuable information about a healthy diet. Here is the link in case you have trouble finding it. (viewtopic.php?f=33&t=1418) You can scroll down to the section on diet. Also, Dr. Perlmutter has a couple of excellent books about diets that are beneficial for the brain. I read Grain Brain and would highly recommend it. It was one of the first stepping stones on my journey to better brain health and if I recall he has alternative recipes for Best, Sara
DianeSC wrote:I want to thank those of you who started this website and those of you who share your stories and information. I found you through 23andme/Promethease after discovering my Apoe 3/4 and MTHFR gene status. I've been reading and rereading the information for about 2 months. It has been extremely helpful. I am 63 years old, female, and have been following Dr. Joel Fuhrman (plant-based) since 2013. My first question: I am having a hard time moving away from Dr. Fuhrman's plant-based, no/low oil, eating beans to Dr. Gundy's recommendations for EVOO, no beans, less fruit, consuming some animal products. Can anyone direct me to a diet discussion that may help? 2nd question: I've emailed DrBredesen.com about finding a physician twice. I've received nice replies saying that they do not have their list of Bredesen Protocol practitioners yet. Do any of you know of a practitioner near upstate South Carolina?
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