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Friday, July 29, 2016

Alzheimer’s & Dementia Summit Day 5: How to avoid food allergies, inflammation and dementia!

DAY 5 (July 29, after 10am US eastern)
The digestive system is considered the “second brain,” and plays a major role in maintaining brain health. Find out how to avoid food allergies, inflammation and dementia by eating the right diet and taking the best supplements.

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Tom O'Bryan
Tom O'Bryan, DC
Food Allergies: Direct Link to Brain Disorders
  • How gluten impacts brain health and neurological function
  • Medical evidence connecting gluten with Alzheimer’s
  • Link between dementia and autoimmune disorders
Josh Axe
Josh Axe, DC
The Gut-Brain Axis: Optimal Nutrition for a Healthy Brain
  • How the gut influences brain health
  • Most disturbing foods for the gut and brain
  • Foods, herbs and supplements to improve memory and concentration
Steven Masley
Steven Masley, MD, FAHA
Brain Food: How to Make the Right Choice
  • Advantages of eating fish versus fish oil
  • How to select the best quality fish oil supplements
  • Underappreciated aspects of optimal brain health
Peter Osborne
Peter Osborne, DACBN, PScD
Diet Mistakes: How to Avoid Brain Inflammation
  • Avoid brain inflammation and loss of memory
  • Connection between hormonal imbalances and poor food choices
  • Best nutritional tips to help reduce inflammation and pain
Susan Pierce Thompson
Susan Peirce Thompson, PhD
Optimal Brain Function: One Meal at a Time
  • How (scientifically) every meal damages or improves brain function
  • Why it’s not enough to know the best/worst foods to eat
  • Willpower is a failed system for a healthy diet

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Commentary and Thoughts:

Since this one hits home, so to speak, will more than likely have a little commentary after each speaker.   As the granddaughter of two grandmothers who died from Alzheimer\'s complications, and now my own mother is suffering, I am extremely interested in anything that might help to prevent anyone else in our family from experiencing this physiological injustice.

Will try to put them right after each speaker list.  I may be slow and skip a few at first.  I missed a few yesterday due to other commitments, but will play catch up.  I did listen to two of them, but had no time for the commentary I wanted.  I can tell you that this is an EXCELLENT summit.

Stay tuned... PDF transcripts are available.  Keep in mind that only a few may have commentary to begin with, as I find the time to type all out, find links and other references, etc...

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Tom O’Bryan, DC

Food Allergies: Direct Link to Brain Disorders

What You'll Learn -
How gluten impacts brain health and neurological function
Medical evidence connecting gluten with Alzheimer’s
Link between dementia and autoimmune disorders

Transcript:  Tom O’Bryan, DC (PDF)
Website:  http://thedr.com/

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Josh Axe, DC

The Gut-Brain Axis: Optimal Nutrition for a Healthy Brain

What You'll Learn -
How the gut influences brain health
Most disturbing foods for the gut and brain
Foods, herbs and supplements to improve memory and concentration

Transcript:  Josh Axe, DC (PDF)
Website:  http://draxe.com/

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Steven Masley, MD, FAHA

Brain Food: How to Make the Right Choice

What You'll Learn -
Advantages of eating fish versus fish oil
How to select the best quality fish oil supplements
Underappreciated aspects of optimal brain health

Transcript:  Steven Masley, MD, FAHA (PDF)
Website:  http://drmasley.com/

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Peter Osborne, DACBN, PScD

Diet Mistakes: How to Avoid Brain Inflammation

What You'll Learn -
How to avoid brain inflammation and loss of memory
Connection between hormonal imbalances and poor food choices
Best nutritional tips to help reduce inflammation and pain

Transcript:  Peter Osborne, DACBN, PScD (PDF)
Website:  http://www.glutenfreesociety.org/

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Susan Peirce Thompson, PhD

Optimal Brain Function: One Meal at a Time

What You'll Learn -
How (scientifically) every meal damages or improves brain function
Why it’s not enough to know the best/worst foods to eat
Why willpower is a failed system to maintain a healthy diet

Transcript:  Susan Peirce Thompson, PhD (PDF)
Website:  http://susanpeircethompson.com/


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