Tag Archives: brain function

Is Intermittent Fasting Good for Your Brain Health?

There has been much buzz in recent years regarding a popular dieting strategy– intermittent fasting. Despite the common belief that intermittent fasting is new, this diet has actually been proven and in practice for hundreds of years. Many swear by its caloric restriction methods, saying that this diet can help with weight loss, diabetes mellitus,… Read More

Do Not Feed the Humans: The Paleolithic Diet and Intermittent Fasting

As a child going to the Zoo, I can remember walking alongside the animal enclosures and munching on my popcorn and pretzels. The monkeys were particularly envious of my snacks and would gesture to share in my bounty. Meanwhile, I was always surprised by the posted signs saying “do not feed the animals”. The irony… Read More

Podcast: Anti-Aging of the Brain

What if you can reverse or slow down the aging process of both your brain and body today? Kellee Marlow converses with Dr Sheldon Jordan, Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology at UCLA about how you can protect against decline in your brain-health. This is an important segment on what you can do now that will… Read More

How to Test a Presidential Candidate For Dementia

Voters are rightly concerned about giving the nod to a candidate whose intellect will likely fail over the next four years. We fear that wandering fingers could mistake the atomic bomb launcher for a toilet flush button. While the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution does describe a pathway for removal of a mentally disabled… Read More