The Empowering Neurologist – David Perlmutter, MD and Dr. Daniel Amen

  • Rochelle

    Great interview! Thank you.

    • David Perlmutter

      Thanks for watching Rochelle!

  • Yvonne Forsman

    Dr Perlmutter, you are awesome, always enjoying your info, thanks!

  • lynda

    I would so appreciate seeing the written transcript so I could print it and take my time digesting it.
    thank you.

    • TechnoTriticale

      re: transcript

      For most embedded YouTube (but not Vimeo) videos on the web, you can at least get a crude speech-to-text (ASR) transcript via:
      * pause the video
      * click on the YouTube icon in the video
      * that opens/plays the video on YT, so pause it again
      * click on “…” below right
      * select: open transcript
      Sometimes it won’t be there, if YT’s (Google, really) ASR engine couldn’t manage it and gave up.

      These ASR transcripts are garbage, but they are time-stamped to the second, so when you see something that needs clarification, you can slide right to it in the actual vid.

  • Russell Kukla

    Dr David, Please view http://www.CreateK12Change.com This is my Scientific Hypothesis: As children we are not taught how to memorize so we do not stimulate our brain’s hippocampus. I’d greatly appreciate an opportunity to speak with you about this. Thank you! Russell

  • Ronna

    wowwwwwwww!Dr. Amens is amaaaaazing! I knew some of this before listening, but his clarifications as well as your contributions clarified the overall picture and summary of his information. An Amazon must read for me!

  • Shalini Mehta

    Dr Perlutter, I don’t understand, Dr. Amen mentioned that EPA is what is essential for ADHD rather than DHA, but everywhere I’ve read about the other way round. That DHA is what is most essential…could you please clarify, thanks.

  • JJ

    I would also please like to be able to get a transcript especially for a friend of mine who is hearing impaired. Would you please help with this?

  • Frank Myers

    I loved the video. However, a quick scan of the web brings forth a huge amount of controversy about his scans and various claims. One reporter said that he was the most controversial psychiatrist in the US. Dr P, can I assume that including him in your blog means that you largely endorse his work and writings? Thanks

  • Sandra Clagett

    What an excellent segment. Dr. Amen was very engaging. I can’t learn enough about the brain. With ALS in my family it’s so encouraging to know that I can alter my course in life.

    Thanks again.

    • David Perlmutter

      I feel lucky to have had him on the show!

  • neil

    This is great work you people are doing – Perlmutter, Hyman, Amen, Lustig, Beresden, ….. there are few others. A tidal wave of change is forming. Thank you indeed.

  • Stuart

    Big pharma will not enjoy this info, most of there profits are at risk. It is wonderful to understand that there are a lot of health issues that can be CURED without medication.

  • Diane Citron

    Being APOE4 positive and also H63D positive, I have high levels of iron and ferritin. At age 74, I donated blood last saturday for the first time in 15 years and will have my levels checked next week. Dr Amen is the first neurologist that I’ve heard mention iron levels. Wonderful discussion! Thank you.

  • Sharon Reynolds Holmes

    Thank you for another great interview! I will be investing Dr. Amen’s books.

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