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A Real Alzheimer’s Prevention Program from The University of California


Can Alzheimer’s be prevented? Some call prevention a false hope. Not Professor Gary Small, MD, Director of UCLA’s Longevity Center. If prevention means lowering risk rather than stopping Alzheimer’s completely, there is a lot of good science you’ll want to know. See research-based prevention strategies.

Professor Small is the author of expert books on brain health and longevity:

  1. The Alzheimer’s Prevention Program: Keep Your Brain Healthy for the Rest of Your Life
  2. The Memory Bible: An Innovative Strategy For Keeping Your Brain Young
  3. The Memory Prescription: Dr. Gary Small’s 14-Day Plan to Keep Your Brain and Body Young
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3 years ago

Why do you show video's that are old – for example the Dr. Small (UCLA) video I just watched. This video was made in 2013? Dr. Bredesen (also UCLA), did a study in 2014 that apparently stopped Alzheimer's in 8 out 10 patients in his trial and has since then progressed more (including a book that laid it out in late 2017).

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2 years ago


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