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Best Evolving Past Alzheimer S podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Evolving Past Alzheimer S podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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We are absolutely convinced that Alzheimer’s and other brain diseases are generally treatable and reversible. Early translational evidence supports this belief. The Evolving Past Alzheimer’s podcast brings you the highest caliber information about what you can do to identify, prevent, and treat Alzheimer’s disease. The show’s secondary goal is to use Alzheimer’s and cognition as a platform to explore consciousness and the human experience in it’s “second half of life.” Topics include emergin ...
 
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This is the second part of a rich discussion between Anita Saltmarche and Dr Nate Bergman. It features transcranial photobiomodulation (PBM), or shining LED light energy into the brain. Anita has led numerous clinical trials and has over 17 years of experience with this technology. A good discussion about which devices, how much to use, and more in…
 
This is the first part of a rich discussion between Anita Saltmarche and Dr Nate Bergman. It features, transcranial-photobiomodulation (PMB), or shining LED or low level laser light energy into the brain known. Anita has led numerous clinical trials and has over 17 years of experience with a variety of photobiomodulation applications. We talk about…
 
This is, Dr Nate Bergman on a solocast chatting about 3 cases of improvement with Alzheimer's and cognitive impairment. We are excited to be part of the changing conversation within the Alzheimer's and Dementia communities. Increasingly, the question isn't so much IF someone will improve, it's more of a question of how much.…
 
In the first episode with Dr Richard Isaacson we discussed his journey towards the recent Oct 2019 publication which was the first forward looking designed paper showing improvements in people at-risk for developing or with early symptoms of Alzheimer's. In this second episode we discuss Richard's idea around how mitochondria might be a root-cause …
 
As our listeners know I get particularly excited about having certain guests on this show. This episode is one of those guests! I have been after Dr Richard Isaacson for over a year now and I had to make a special trip to NYC to go bang on his door to get his attention here...but the reason I am so excited is because the kind of work that Richard i…
 
In this episode we explain non-invasive electrical stimulation, specifically transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). These techniques are used to alter brain function for the better. They harness and modulate the neuroplastic responses in the brain. Our guest, Dr. Adam Woods, is cognitive neuroscientist and Assistant Director of the Center …
 
Dr McEwen explains her study of older adults with cognitive decline and begins by explaining what are the subjective assessment she used in her studies to label cognitive decline. The effects on cognitive functioning social experience and physical challenge of a group exercise class was the focus of the study. Discussion of what is similar and diff…
 
We're back on track...here's a really helpful discussion covering why neuropsychological testing is important if you are dealing with memory loss, cognitive impairment, Alzheimer's, Traumatic Brain Injury, and even problems with mood (such as anxiety and depression). Kristine Lokken PhD is a functional neuropsychologist with a passion for helping p…
 
Dr Nate Bergman welcomes you back for season 2 of the Evolving Past Alzheimer's Podcast. This season we're talking Neuropsychology, new approaches that incorporate both the brain and body for better results, begin talking about transcranial electric stimulation approaches to Alzheimer's and issues of cognition. We will also continue to discuss ways…
 
Sara Gottfried M.D. is a mother, wife, Harvard-educated physician, keynote speaker, and author of three New York Times bestselling books, The Hormone Cure (2012), The Hormone Reset Diet (2015), and her latest book Younger: A Breakthrough Program to Reset Your Genes, Reverse Aging, and Turn Back the Clock 10 Years (2017). For the past 25+ years, Dr.…
 
As Co-Directors of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Program at Loma Linda University Medical Center, Dr. Ayesha and Dr. Dean Sherzai, through research and their extensive collective medical backgrounds, work to demystify the steps to achieving long-term brain health and the prevention of devastating diseases such as Alzheimer’s and dementia. They are als…
 
We are going to pick up where we left off last week talking to Dr Mary Ackerley about mold and the phenomenon called Inhalational Alzheimer's. Last week we spoke about the diagnosis side of mold related cognitive impairment. this week we speak about treatments. For the second part of the show we pick up where we left off talk about a program that i…
 
Our guest today is Dr Mary Ackerley MD, Dr Ackerly is a Harvard and Johns Hopkins trained board certified psychiatrist. She holds active medical licenses in Arizona and Florida. Mary also is a co-founder of ISEAI, the International Society of Environmentally Acquired Illness. Society members are dedicated to researching and quantifying symptoms and…
 
We are going to take a little different turn this week and perhaps take a look into the future a little bit. We glad to have with us, Ira Pastor, Chief Executive Officer – Bioquark Inc. Ira has over 30 years of experience across multiple sectors of the pharmaceutical industry. Currently, he is also a Board Member of RegenerAge a clinical company fo…
 
According to Dr Gabrielle Lyon losing muscle is tantamount to losing brain tissue which is one of the core processes that occurs in Alzheimer's. Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is a Functional medicine physician focusing on Muscle-Centric Medicine. She leverages evidence-based medicine with emerging cutting-edge science to restore metabolism, balance hormones a…
 
We have spoken about the effects of stress and memory. This week we will talk about how stress effects memory. FAIR WARNING: This episode is super technical. This will be great for the geeks, nerds, and mechanism seekers among us. BUT HAVE NO FEAR, because practical information does emerge from this episode thanks to our guest's mastery of this sub…
 
Conscious Dance is something I think is extremely important in the transformation of a mind, particularly for those with Alzheimer's or at-risk of Alzheimer's. According to Mark Metz, a thought leader in the community, Conscious Dance is essentially "a non-competitive, body based way of raising consciousness." Our guests today are the co-founders o…
 
Traumatic brain injury raises the risk of Alzheimer's by up to ten times the normal risk. Today we want to share the story of a real American hero. United States Special Forces Weapons Sergeant, Josh Lindstrom. Josh was awarded a Purple Heart for surviving an IED attack in 2012. His story speaks for itself, but briefly, until 2012 Josh was one of t…
 
Neuorfeedback therapy for Alzheimer's today has not yet been widely proven. Our guests today were the first ones to publish in a medical journal on this subject. Robin Elisa Luijmes is a psychologist from the Netherlands. She started working with patients with aquired brain injury. Wanting a broader knowledge of the psychological impact in patients…
 
Our cells, including brain cells, are influenced by movement mechanics. Our guest today is a leader in movement mechanics and aging. Katy is part biomechanist, part science communicator, and FULL-time mover. Katy Bowman has educated hundreds of thousands of people on the role movement plays in the body and in the world. She is a prolific author of …
 
Accumulation of stress over a lifetime is linked to cognitive impairment in general and Alzheimer's disease in specific. To let the cat out of the bag, the practical piece here is to get your "life stressors test" in the form of a lifetime inventory of stress and adversity here (STRAIN score): lifestresstest.com Read the shownotes below and listen …
 
We shift gears on this show to begin to talk about thriving in the second half of life. I introduce you to an incredible friend of mine, Sharon Lowenstein Poisner JD, PhD. At the time of this show's recording, Sharon had just turned 80 years old. Sharon continues to give lectures on various topics on brain health and successful life and aging pract…
 
Robert Hedaya, MD, has been at the cutting edge of medical practice, psychiatry and psychopharmacology since 1979, and has been practicing Functional Medicine since 1996. He is also a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Georgetown University Medical Center. Author of three books (Understanding Biological Psychiatry, The Antidepressant Survival Guid…
 
If you have questions about the Keto diet...go no further. Our guest today is pretty much the Keto science guy. Dr Dominic D'Agostino is a professor in molecular pharmacology and physiology at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine as well as a Visiting Research Scientist at the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition…
 
We are honored to have, Dr Neal Barnard a noted physician, advocate for nutritional science, as well as president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine on the show. Dr Barnard explains how and why he started the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). PCRM is an advocacy group for information about good medicine, nutrit…
 
Today we tackle one of the more controversial topics around brain health and Alzheimer's - hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Our guest is Dr Ann Hathaway (no...not the actress) a hormone expert. We have an extended conversation about the history of hormone replacement, where the fear of using Premarin (estrogen) and Progestin (Progesterone) in the…
 
This week we interview another leading scientist and author who views Alzheimer's as a more complicated process than one simple disease. Our guest, Dr Peter Whitehouse, is an MD, PhD trained at Johns Hopkins and currently is a professor of Neurology at Case Western University in Cleveland, Ohio. He authored the book, The Myth of Alzheimer's. Dr Whi…
 
We finally have evidence for and Alzheimer's prevention diet and the best foods to eat to prevent alzheimer's. We apologize for the recording sound quality of this episode. Our guest this week, Dr Martha Clare Morris is the architect of the MIND Diet and a leader in the field of nutrition and the brain. Dr Morris' team showed that the MIND Diet, a …
 
The next couple of episodes we are going to do a deeper dive into the role nutrition and best (and worst) foods for Alzheimer's prevention and treatment. Our guest on this show is Dr Annie Fenn, M.D from BrainHealth Kitchen. She is a retired OB/GYN physician, writer and culinary instructor. We discuss the format for Annie's - BrainHealth Kitchen (f…
 
Dr Marvin Berman recieved his PhD in Psychoeducational Processes. He is trained in Bioenergetic Analysis and is trained in numerous other therapeutic interventions including EEG biofeedback and the Feldenkrais methodologies. He consults with senior executives and management teams on the application of cognitive neuroscience in leadership developmen…
 
Scott Sherr MD lives in the San Francisco Bay area where he works both as a hospital medicine physician as well as operates his own independent hyperbaric oxygen consultation practice. He is also Director of integrative Hyperbaric Medicine and Health Optimization with Hyperbaric Medical Solutions. What is hyperbaric oxygen (HBOT) Bottom line....it'…
 
Michael Lewis MD is an expert on brain health, prevention, treatment, and management of brain injuries. He is a retired Colonel in US Army and has impacted the military's approach to traumatic brain injury. Since retiring from the Army he founded the Brain Health Education and Research Institute outside of Washington DC. He is the author of the rec…
 
Interventional neuroendocrinology is a relatively new concept. It is championed by, Dr Mark Gordon. He promotes proactive monitoring and replacement of multiple hormones as needed to optimal levels. Dr Gordon elucidates his approach and clarifies his issues with the current standard of care and the use of standard reference ranges. Dr Gordon introd…
 
Dr Mark Hyman - Mark is the world renowned leader of the Functional Medicine movement. He is the Director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine. Functional Medicine is an approach that tries to discover the root cause of chronic disease and personalize and approach to getting better. Dr Hyman has been using this approach for years …
 
This week's guest is Dr David Merrill MD, PhD Assistant Clinical Professor, Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA. Dr Merrill is an active proponent of prevention of Alzheimer's and an expert in many areas relating to this. Quantitative Electroecephalography - AKA: qEEG - and structural MRI are two technologies that are widely available. Dr…
 
This week's guest is Dr Ross Grant, a clinical professor of medicine at Sydney Adventist in Sydney, Australia. He is considered one of the world's foremost authorities on NAD+ science and therapeutics. Fair warnings: this episode is deeply technical and scientific, but during the last 15 minutes of the interview Dr Grant speculates on how NAD+ migh…
 
On the cusp of her 50th birthday Julie Gregory started to experience symptoms of cognitive decline. Feeling alone and terrified, and given her family history of Alzheimer's, Julie sought to do something. Julie learned that she was an ApoE-4 homozygote - in other words she has both genetic copies of the ApoE4 gene which increased her chance of devel…
 
In this episode we explore emerging radiology technologies and the new field of Preventative Radiology The info in this show will help you understand your risk for Alzheimer's and cognitive impairment and possibly even concussion related brain changes - and what to ask your doctor to get it ordered correctly. Our guest, Cyrus Raji MD PhD, is a clin…
 
Lisa Feiner is a co-founder of the grassroots, not-for-profit organization - Sharp Again Naturally - focused on preserving memory and restoring minds. SharpAgain's "roadmap" to reversible causes of memory loss is really quite impressive. They advocate working on your own and in partnership with your healthcare practitioner to look for reversible ca…
 
Get ready because this episode takes us 5-10 years into the future - where Big Data meets Alzheimer's. But the future is already here! Dr Nathan Price PhD is the associate director of the highly esteemed Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) and co-founder of it's spin-off company Arivale - a leading company in the Scientific Wellness space. ISB and …
 
Today's Guest is, Dr Majid Fotuhi of the Neurogrow program and Johns Hopkins University. He is the author of 3 books and multiple academic as well as popular scientific articles. Dr Fotuhi's work has been featured in Time Magazine and Reuters and he has been seen on PBS, CNN, NBC, ABC and FoxNews. Show Summary: The hippocampus is an area in our bra…
 
Dr Dale Bredesen is an internationally recognized researcher in Alzheimer's. His incredible resume includes being the Director of the Easton Center for Alzheimer's Research at UCLA as well as founding president and CEO of the Buck Institute on Aging in Novato, California. He has worked in the lab of 2 nobel prize winners and has run his own labs fo…
 
Our show and website is here to help you or someone you know with a problem that is destroying minds and families all over the world. This problem is Alzheimer's disease. Our fundamental belief is that Alzheimer's is generally preventable and reversible (especially if discovered in the early stages). My name is, Nate Bergman, your host on the "Evol…
 
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