Vikingman wrote:I desire to read the top 10 books on Alzheimer's Disease. Any suggestions? I ordered Dale Bredesen's book, "The End of Alzheimer's" and Gundy's book the "Longevity Paradox".
These books listed below showed up on my Amazon search but not sure if they are good ones. Any suggestions are appreciated.
"The Alzheimer's Antidote" by Amy Berger
"Fighting for my Life: How to Thrive in the Shadow by Alzheimer's." - Jamie TenNapel Tyrone
"The Alzheimer's Solution" by Dean Sherzai
Vikingman wrote:Jmac.....I was reading the books "Super Human", "Lifespan" and "Why We Sleep" before I found out about my 4/4 a couple of weeks ago. . So much good information out there. ... Finding out so much new information on longevity and health now I just have to apply it.
TheresaB wrote:Not exactly an Alzheimer's book, but Dave Asprey wrote a book, "Head Strong" to share how he "hacked" his body to overcome the lack of focus, forgetfullness, and fogginess he was experiencing. It's a how-to for others with the same issues.
Inga wrote:Hi there new friends. I discovered in June that I carry not one, but two copies of the ApoE4 Variant. And it was a 45 min online lecture from Amy Berger that sent me strait to the MCT oil at 1 a.m. as the message hit home. And it is Amy Berger's site Tuit Nutrition that led me to you. While I have not read her book (feel I don't need to after the lecture), I would definitely speak to her credibility as an author and a thinker. Wishing everyone a beautiful, and memorable day. ! Inga
Jmac wrote:Vikingman wrote:Jmac.....I was reading the books "Super Human", "Lifespan" and "Why We Sleep" before I found out about my 4/4 a couple of weeks ago. . So much good information out there. ... Finding out so much new information on longevity and health now I just have to apply it.
It can get overwhelming. Especially when some of the info is contradictory. I subscribe on YouTube to Mark Hyman, Rhonda Patrick (Found My Fitness), London Reel (he has a variety of health types on mixed in with others that rarely interest me), Chris Masterjohn (talks over my head a lot but I learn a lot, sends me on investigative searches), David Perlmutter and a number of others. I like Peter Attia's podcasts & interviews but I'm not a paid subscriber and miss some of the good stuff.
This page has a list of things from the Bredesen Protocol that made it easier for me when it came to tests, info. Mainly wanted the list of tests but the rest is good: https://mybiohack.com/blog/dale-bredesen-protocol-recode-alzheimers-mend
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