Stavia wrote:What I mean is that I am not sufficiently convinced of the evidence for some of his conclusions ( including the shellfish-low LDL oxidation theory) , and the applicability of the utility of some of his interventions specifically in preventing or delaying AD.
Me neither, from a scientific perspective. I haven't heard him say much about preventing AD specifically. I think he's more experienced in to how e4 has influenced his CV patients in that arena. He does, though, make one or two recommendations for us vis AD (niacimamide and Longevinex), but I'm cognizant that he's not a neurologist specializing in that area. I default more to Dr. Bredesen for guidance there. I follow and try some of his recommendations because of all the people he's helped. I think in many cases there's probably more than one explanation for their improvement, and some of his definitive statements strike me as oversimplified. I'm hoping there's more science in his next book. We'll see.
ApoE 3/4 > Thanks in advance for any responses made to my posts.