Is lower insulin the key to better brain health?

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What is the root cause of the Alzheimer’s epidemic – and how should we intervene before the disease is fully developed?

This is the topic of psychiatrist Georgia Ede’s presentation from the Low Carb USA 2017.

Watch a part of the presentation above, where she discusses insulin resistance in the brain (transcript). The full video is available (with captions and transcript) with a free trial or membership:

Insulin and the brain – Dr. Georgia Ede

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  2. Dr. Trappler
    Thanks for the lucid and concise expose. A corollary of this is: Get your caloric needs from fat and protein- derived ketones. Keep those base-line Insulin levels low. That keeps the Insulin-levels low, and the Insulin - Receptors (in the body and brain) highly resilient and glucose-sensitive. Then, when you have that occasional sweet desert, it will perk you up. As oppososed to becoming conditioned to living in a constant sugar-fog.

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