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September 21, 2022 82 mins

During the period of 2013-2017, the diagnosis rates of early onset Alzheimers disease has increased by 90% in people aged 55-64.  The rates have increased 247% in ages 45-54 and 407% increase in diagnosis rates for age 30-44.  In this episode Dr. Nelson and I explore the potential causes of Alzheimers and dementia.  We discuss some shocking new revelations about fraudulent science that has misguided physicians and big pharma alike for decades.  Finally we discuss what lifestyle choices people can make in order to reduce their risk of developing Alzheimers and dementia. 




0:00 Intro

3:14 About Dr. Nelson

6:56 Brain Omega

9:38 Coffee & The Brain 

11:17 Shocking Increase in Dementia

20:04 Harm of Stress & Depression

27:07 Why medication won’t work

32:35 Eyesight & Brain health 

39:40 Lutein Protects Brain

48:18 Why Doctors are missing the mark 

52:12 Studying a Solution 

1:02:07 Why Supplement? 

1:21:39 Conclusion



Dr. Michael Nelson has dedicated his 35+-year career to helping others

improve their lives. As a National Board-certified chiropractor and pioneer

in the practice of functional medicine with a focus on identifying and

addressing the root cause of disease, Dr. Nelson has helped over 10,000 patients including A-list

celebrities, elite athletes, and Olympians reach their optimal health.




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