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Brain Wellness Plan Rev Editionby Jay Lombard
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Thanks to the latest research, we understand the link between the brain and the body's immune and digestive systems and how, when this delicate balance breaks down, neurological diseases result. Now, a leading neurologist and renowned nutritional scientist bring us a comprehensive plan for building brain health that includes: <BR>-- The latest advances in the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's disease, including the new dietary supplement, Huperzine A<BR>-- How nutritional compounds like coenzyme Q10, creatine, and d-ribose block the effects of cellular aging and death in the brain<BR>-- New research on the relationship between diet and environment in brain health and disease<BR>-- Cutting-edge nutritional agents that address the cause rather than the symptoms of neurological diseases<BR>-- All-new, updated nutritional and medical protocols for the most common neurological illnesses, from Parkinson's disease to depression<P>Whether you suffer from a neurological disorder, or have a family medical history that makes you prone to one, THE BRAIN WELLNESS PLAN is a total nutritional treatment plan that will help you foster a healthy brain-immune system, and improve the quality of life for you or someone you love.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -282) and index.
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