Our most well-respected scientific research validates the time-honored understanding that by far and away the most powerful factors affecting health and longevity are modifiable choices including the foods we eat and other aspects of lifestyle. So let’s move forward and explore this empowering information.
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Aerobic exercise for Alzheimer’s disease: A randomized controlled pilot trial
PLOS One • February 10, 2017
Chronic Low-Calorie Sweetener Use and Risk of Abdominal Obesity among Older Adults: A Cohort Study
PLOS One • November 23, 2016
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Can Diminish Fibromyalgia Syndrome
PLOS ONE • May 26, 2015
Premarket Safety and Efficacy Studies for ADHD Medications in Children
PLOS One • July 9, 2014
Intake of fruit juice and incidence of type 2 diabetes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
PLoS ONE • March 28, 2014
Diabetes mellitus and the risk of Alzheimer’s disease: a nationwide population-based study.
PLOS One • January 29, 2014
Insights from Characterizing Extinct Human Gut Microbiomes
PLOS ONE • December 12, 2012
Host Responses to Intestinal Microbial Antigens in Gluten-Sensitive Mice
PLOS One • July 31, 2009
The Empowering Neurologist Podcast
The Empowering Neurologist is my interview series with some of the most exciting practitioners and thought leaders in health and wellness. Each episode features an in-depth discussion about cutting-edge advancements in areas like Alzheimer’s prevention, nutrition, aging, and more.