Uncovering the hidden causes of Alzheimer’s disease
Join us on this episode as we welcome Arnold Eiser, an internal medicine physician, as he shares his insights on Alzheimer’s disease. Arnold believes that Alzheimer’s may be largely preventable, despite conventional wisdom suggesting otherwise. He argues that the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s is largely extracranial and that environmental toxins play a significant role in its development.
Arnold has written a book, Preserving Brain Health in a Toxic Age: New Insights from Neuroscience, Integrative Medicine, and Public Health, as well as several scholarly articles, to share his comprehensive view on the complex interactions between gut-brain, liver-brain, gut-immune, endocrine-immune, and nutrient-immune systems. He believes that a Mediterranean or Japanese diet, exercise, avoiding biotoxins and toxicants, and avoiding tobacco and excessive alcohol consumption are key to preventing Alzheimer’s.
Tune in to hear Arnold share his ideas on how to preserve brain health and prevent Alzheimer’s.
Arnold R. Eiser is an internal medicine physician and author of Preserving Brain Health in a Toxic Age: New Insights from Neuroscience, Integrative Medicine, and Public Health.
He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, “Challenging conventional wisdom: How to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.”
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