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    I had to become a contributor after listening to this. If I don’t end up with Alzheimer’s it will only be because of this interview!
    Thank you for this, and all that you do. You’ve really helped scare me into living a healthier lifestyle.

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      You wrote, “More than 75 million people in the US carry at least one allele for apolipoprotein E (APOE), the major genetic risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease.” Don’t you mean APOE4?

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        Corrected it. Thank you!

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        Dr. Rhonda is outstanding not only about her knowledge of biochemistry, but also in her presentations. She often contains in index of topic in her timeline so that one does not have to take time to make their own index for future reference for longer presentations. She also contains references to the literature on each topic as part of the video. Hers are the best videos I have seen yet! Dr. Bruce

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          Excellent interview. It was good to hear the doctor’s voice, especially the excitement with which he presents his findings. It is good to hear that so many more people have had great results since the book was written. The excitement in his voice is wonderful to hear. I look forward to his next book. I wonder why the Alzheimer’s disease organization does not recognize his groundbreaking work.

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            Because his research seems to be lacking in transparency and his reported successes are not so evident when subjected to critical scientific scrutiny. He is good in marketing his own book though.

            A more detailed (critical) evaluation of his research can be found here: https://respectfulinsolence.com/2016/06/24/the-mens-protocol-for-alzheimers-disease-functional-medicine-on-steroids-revisited/