Welcome to the APOE-4.info site, and thanks for participating. I want to share a couple of resources that people find useful when they are new to the site. 1) The APOE4 Primer
. This is an evidence based summary about APOE4 and what people can do as they begin their journey of preventing / reversing cognitive decline. 2) The How-To Guide
. This gives you tops for navigating the web site, posting, searching, and so forth.
As you continue to use the site, you will notice that the community tends to be biased toward evidence based, proven solutions. When something is experimental, or controversial, we try to be very clear about identifying it as such. Our goal is to make sure that our readers are getting trustworthy information.
Devices like the VieLight appear to fall into the experimental category. Yes, some research is being done, but it is a long ways from conclusive. Even if the device does someday prove helpful, I think that it it should be presented as a part of a comprehensive treatment plan including both medical and lifestyle elements. The VueLight website just seems interested in selling devices. That's a red flag for me.