In case anyone out there isn’t completely sick yet of hearing me talk about the etiology of Alzheimer’s disease and the potential therapeutic role of very low-carb diets, I wanted to let you know about my latest podcast interview.
Hop on over to Lyme Ninja Radio, where I had a great conversation with the head ninja himself, Mackay Rippey. You can also find it on iTunes, but I’m not sure if this episode has been posted there yet. (I’m on episode 70.)
Some of it will be old news if you’ve listened to my previous podcast interviews on this subject, but Mackay was super fun to talk to, and we get into a couple of other low-carb and “real food” issues beyond Alzheimer’s. We recorded this one by phone, so there’s no static like when I was on Robb Wolf’s show, but I do kind of sound like I’m talking from inside a tin can. Not really sure why that happened, but you should be able to understand me just fine. (Except that I talk way too fast, just like my mother used to tell me, hehheh.)
And for those of you who are particularly interested in the notion of Alzheimer’s as “type 3 diabetes,” or “diabetes of the brain,” I’ve compiled links to my blog posts, journal articles, and podcast interviews, plus some of my favorite scientific papers, in a new tab on my website.
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