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Episode 66 Lisa Mosconi

Increasingly, new science is addressing how to best boost our understanding of the brain. The field is bursting with new information, practices and advancement. It’s thrilling, as decades ago we thought we weren’t able to build new neural networks and potentially reverse fearful brain disease, such as Alzheimer’s. All of this gives us renewed hope and daily practices.

In my latest Regen360 podcast, I interview Lisa Mosconi, PhD, the author of the brand new book releasing today, Brain Food: The Surprising Science of Eating for Cognitive Power. We talk about brain science advancement, how to eat for a clearer mind, and other brain breakthroughs and helpful guidelines.

Dr. Mosconi is the Associate Director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medical College.

To fueling our brains for personal performance, mental acuity and global advancement.


Episode 22 Dale Bredesen

How do you want to age? Most of us fear living out our years in a nursing home as we drool away with an absent mind.

According to my wife Dr. Sara in her new book Younger, the number of people 65 and older that get alzheimer’s disease is expected to triple and that our risk doubles every five years. By age 85 our risk hits fifty percent!

Most of us know someone who has experienced this disease. They lose their memory, language, problem solving and cognitive capabilities.

This week’s Regen360 podcast show features a global expert in treating alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Dale Bredesen practices at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging and is a UCLA professor of medicine specializing in neurology. His research and trials give us great hope that alzheimer’s can be reversed through an intensive functional medicine protocol over three to six months.

Dr. Bredesen points out that if we envision a roof with 36 leaking holes and a drug that patches just one hole, we still have a leaky roof. So we need to treat the totality of holes to stop the condition. The key, as always, is to address the multiple root-causes.

Tune in now…

To living younger,