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Grain Brain – Coming Sept. 17th

My new book, Grain Brain, hits shelves on September 17. For more information about this exciting new release, as well as links to pre-order the volume, visit the book page.

Looking at Serum Cholesterol Levels and Cognitive Performance of Participants in the Framingham Heart Study

If, like most of us, you watch TV, read magazines or newspapers, you’re probably being bombarded by advertisements focused on the message that cholesterol is about the worst thing for your health and longe...

Save your brain

Everything comes back to your diet. In Grain Brain, I explain the links between your nutrition and your brain health.

Praise

Dr. Perlmutter is one of the leading lights in medicine today, illuminating the path for solving chronic illness. He has been a personal mentor and guide for me in dealing with many complex patients and som...

Diabesity (n):

the spectrum of imbalance ranging from mild insulin resistance to prediabetes to full-blown diabetes. Within the next decade, one in two Americans will suffer from diabesity.

Thomas Edison got it right

One of my favorite quotes from the great inventor.

Exercise Your Brain

Exercise does no™t just make your body stronger, but it actually works its magic to protect and preserve brain function by controlling inflammation, increasing insulin sensitivity, improving blood sugar cont...

Contact

Media Inquiries For media inquiries please email us at Media@DrPerlmutter.com. Success Stories Want to share your story about going gluten free or reducing carbs? Send us 1-2 paragraphs to: Success...

About

Dr. Perlmutter is a Board-Certified Neurologist and five-time New York Times bestselling author. He serves on the Board of Directors and is a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition. ...

A gluten-free, casein-free diet may lead to improvements in behavior and physiological symptoms in some children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), according to researchers at Penn State

A gluten-free, casein-free diet may lead to improvements in behavior and physiological symptoms in some children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), according to researchers at Penn State. The ...