Coconut Oil, Ketones and Alzheimer's

Sunday, February 3, 2013

New Interview Series - Ketones and Alzheimer's

I had the opportunity to give an interview for Scott Peters of iHealth Tube Video while at a conference where I was speaking. Here are links to the various segments:

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    I thought this might also be of interest to you, a company called Prana Biotechnology ( in Melbourne Australia and there work on a new drug in trial phase PBT2:

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    The addition of Carbidopa/Levodopa (25/100, 3 per day) eased the joint pain and the freezing episodes and restored some of the lost balance, but I still had annoying unsteadiness, slow movement, and could not rise from a low chair unassisted. I still dragged my left leg.

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