The Tools You Need to Succeed at Every Level
Welcome to the Evolving Past Alzheimer’s Resources section – a curated list of the tools and websites we recommend for building and optimizing cognitive function.
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by Mark Hyman MD
This book looks at drivers of a “broken brain” and presents a comprehensive strategy for how to get better (note: includes info about conditions other than Alzheimer’s and dementia).
by Dale Bredesen MD.
Instant classic. This is a real life playbook and plan to prevent and reverse Alzheimer’s. Dr Bredesen’s work has been well-cited in the popular press and on this website and podcast.
by Maggie Beer and Prof Ralph Martins
A beautiful book that contains more than 200 recipes for optimal brain health. Evidence informed by a leading Alzheimer’s researcher in Australia.
by Datis Kharrazian DC
Get ready for this compendium of most of the things that can go wrong in your brain and what to do about it . Dr Kharrazian introduces you to great information that is often overlooked by the traditional medical community.
by Richard Isaacson MD
Dr. Isaacson directs the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weil-Cornell in New York City put together a very nice and practical book on diet and Alzheimer’s. Worth the read…reflects a predominantly Mediterranean style diet.
by Martha Clare Morris PhD
Dr. Morris has revolutionized our understanding of Alzheimer’s disease and ways to prevent it. Now, the findings of her breakthrough research are accessible to all, in simple, step-by-step instructions that anyone can put to use.
The most evidence-based, online cognitive training program out there right now. sign up and subscribe online. Try to get in 30 minutes three times a week as a best prevention strategies.
A wonderful non-profit with great information on preventing and reversing Alzheimer’s. Check our their “10 Reversible Causes” list of things that drive brain impairment. It’s really useful as a checklist to make sure you have the basics covered. A really good place to start.
Thanks for all the great work you're doing!Dale Bredesen, MD