Dr. Dale Bredesen of the Buck Institute is at the forefront of Alzheimer’s research. His book outlines a program designed to reverse cognitive decline. I spoke with Dr. Bredesen to learn about his groundbreaking program.
In today’s podcast, I discuss how our emotions can affect our health and why focusing on emotional well-being may be a key part of the healing process.
Do you use the pill or some other form of hormonal contraception? Recent studies suggest that it may increase your risk of developing depression. Read on to learn how these contraceptives change your body, the...
Anxiety impacts quality of life. Conventional medicine focuses on balancing neurotransmitters in the brain. Functional Medicine looks for the root cause. Here are the three pathologies that contribute to anxiety and how to correct them.
Bipolar disorder affects over 5 million Americans. Today I’ll explore the link between bipolar disorder and chronic inflammation, as well as the most common causes of inflammation, and how it can be treated.
Most of us prefer, spending time with others versus spending our free time in isolation. What is it that drives this preference to be with others?
In this episode, Dr. Bredesen of the Buck Institute explores Alzheimer's disease and how it can be prevented and treated with diet and lifestyle changes.
Incidences of Alzheimer’s disease have rising sharply, but our understanding of this devastating condition remains incomplete. In an effort to develop more effective treatments, researchers have begun to explore new theories of what causes Alzheimer’s.
Are you among the 20 percent of adults suffering from anxiety and depression? Find out how nourishing your gut microbiome can make you happier and more relaxed.