The Bredesen protocol's "Ketoflex" approach to diet and eating for Alzheimer's disease.
Diet plays a key role in the prevention of Alzheimer's disease. The Ketoflex 12/3 diet, a form of time-restrictive eating that limits the period during which a person eats to a 12-hour window at least three hours before bedtime, promotes the production of ketones. These molecules, which are produced by the liver during the breakdown of fatty acids. induce physiological and metabolic responses that cleanse the brain and promote brain health. In this clip, Dr. Dale Bredesen describes his novel dietary protocol, the Ketoflex 12/3, and how it improves cognitive function.
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