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This is Your Brain on Telomeres

April 17, 2015

There's a way of thinking here in the U.S. that I find disturbing.

Most people expect to grow old...not just age, but grow old.

They expect to get sick and lose their mental faculties as they age. In their minds, once they reach 60, life will be an uphill battle all of the way.

I'm here to tell you, it doesn't have to be that way. It's a defeatist attitude, and in most cases, it's a lot of worry over nothing, since simple dietary and lifestyle changes can transform your life to a healthier more active one if you really want it.

If you plan on living a long and healthy life - and if you treat your body like you expect to become a lively and vivacious senior citizen - you can keep both your health and your memory intact well into old age.

I've discussed how telomeres play a key role in your long term health. Although the relation between telomeres and brain health is somewhat controversial, there's no denying that the same things that support longer telomeres are also associated with better cognitive function and a much lower risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

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How Telomeres Affect Mental Decline
Late last year an ingenious doctor by the name of Dale Bredesen released a case-study that shocked the medical community. He outlined - case by case- the phenomenal results he's had in treating Alzheimer's patients. Without drugs. Without psychiatric care. And without any negative side effects. How did he do it? With good, old-fashioned functional medicine, just like the kind I practice right here at my own clinic. In fact, many of his methods mirror my own. So you can imagine how pleased I am to see a like-minded physician helping people rediscover their mental facilities instead of doping them up so they can "painlessly" fade into oblivion. He calls his program the MEND protocol.

Solving the Cholesterol Hoax
In February, an advisory panel came up with recommendations for the new 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. And guess what they had to say about cholesterol? The panel said that "evidence shows no appreciable relationship between consumption of dietary cholesterol and serum cholesterol." Their conclusion: Cholesterol is "not a nutrient of concern." If you've been religiously avoiding foods that contain cholesterol, this may come as a surprise to you. However, it is true. Most of the cholesterol circulating through your bloodstream is manufactured by your liver. Only a small portion comes from the foods you eat.

The Often-missed Diagnosis That Robs Your Strength
There's a butterfly shaped gland in the front of your neck that you probably never think about. But it can have a profound impact on your health, and the way you feel every day. Maybe you feel tired all the time. Perhaps you experience weakness, irritability, or depression. You might also notice that your skin is dry and your hair is getting thinner. These common, but very general complaints are happening in epidemic proportions. And most of them point toward the thyroid gland.

The Top Test to Uncover Food Sensitivities
I find that a lot of people think food sensitivities and allergies are the same thing. If you know the difference between the two, good for you. But if you don't, let me clear a few things up. Some of the most common symptoms of allergies include swelling, rashes, hives, difficulty breathing and anaphylaxis. So it's an immediate and apparent reaction. Food sensitivities are much sneakier. They tend to creep up on you over hours, or even days. And you can have them, even if you're eating a very healthy diet.

Why You're Not Fated for Alzheimer's
The idea of getting Alzheimer's disease and losing your mental faculties strikes fear in almost everyone. And the fact that there is no cure for this disease makes it even more horrifying. But I'm often surprised by the number of people who still believe there isn't any way to prevent Alzheimer's disease. They think if a parent or grandparent had it, they're fated to get it too. However, even if you carry the apolipoprotein E-e4 (APOE-e4) gene, it's not a guarantee you'll develop Alzheimer's.

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