Can Alzheimer’s be prevented? The answer is yes (with an asterisk).
No one is saying we can prevent it 100 percent, but using the kinds of treatments and lifestyle improvements we have available to us right now, it’s reasonable to say that about a third of Alzheimer’s cases might be prevented, according to one of the doctors who’s leading the charge.
Today’s video is the first of two looking at the work of Dr. Richard Isaacson, who had the audacity to launch something called the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic and is working to turn that promise into a reality.
See Part 2 of this video series here: Cutting-edge advice from a pioneer in Alzheimer’s prevention
To read an article I wrote last year on Dr. Isaacson’s recommendations for brain-healthy eating, click here: Alzheimer’s expert offers healthy tips to reduce your risk
To learn more about Dr. Richard Isaacson and his work, visit the site of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic by clicking here.
Dr. Isaacson also offers his patients and the public an educational website where you can get a wealth of information about Alzheimer’s and brain health. It’s called Alzheimer’s Universe and you can visit it here.