betterallthetime wrote:Thank you. Its nice to know that you have seen improvement. There is SOOO much information on this site its pretty difficult to wade through with a brain that isn't firing on all cylinders.
Welcome to the website. As Starfish says, you have already made some important steps towards improving your health. Many people have found that their brain fog clears substantially as they put some of the suggestions into practice for reducing the risk to cognition that comes with the ApoE4 allele. You are absolutely correct that thee is a lot of information on the site, and one good way to get started is to read through the Primer which is written by a physician member. It lays out important areas to work on and prioritizes steps you can take. For example, you'll find a list of blood tests that are recommended.
Since you read Dr. Bredesen’s book, you are familiar with his protocol, and all the tests he recommends. The Primer can give you excellent starting points, and might be a good place to begin “wading in”, rather than doing a dive into the deep end of the pool!
Here is a link to the Primer: viewtopic.php?f=33&t=1418
You mention having no idea what to eat anymore; the Primer will give you some basic guidelines. Plus there is a (somewhat hidden) Search function that you can access by tapping or clicking the three stacked vertical dots just to the right of your user name. There is a thread now where members are contributing Recipes, and you may find some ideas there. Typing “Recipes” into the search function will get you to that thread and also other references to recipes that are scattered throughout the website.
As you are reading and making changes, take it slow and easy. Be gentle with yourself. Please ask questions as they arise. There is a lot of accumulated knowledge and experience you can gain from by putting questions our to the community here. We are all here to help and support one another. We are happy you have joined us.