ROCK YOUR MIDLIFE PODCAST TOPICS
7 STEPS TO TRANSFORM YOURSELF AND MAKE YOUR NEXT CHAPTER YOUR BEST CHAPTER
Oct. 26, 2021—BURLINGTON VT.— Dr. Ellen Albertson, The Midlife Whisperer™ has just released podcast topics from her new book Rock Your Midlife: 7 Steps to Transform Yourself and Make Your Next Chapter Your Best Chapter.
- Love yourself to health with Dr. Ellen Albertson
- Shifting the Menopause Discussion with Dr. Ellen Albertson
- Midlife: Burnout to Breakthrough with Dr. Ellen Albertson
- How to Rock Midlife with Dr. Ellen Albertson
- 7 Strategies to Rock Midlife with Dr. Ellen Albertson
- How to Create Your Authentic Life After 40 with Dr. Ellen Albertson
- The secret to overcoming negative body image and overeating that no one is talking about, but everyone should be.
- Practicing radical self-compassion to love yourself sexy
- Over 40 at work: breakthrough the personal and professional boundaries of menopause
- Why women get stuck at midlife and how to move past the roadblocks so you can create a life you love
- Three tools to rehab and rock your relationships
- Finding romance after 40
- The roadmap to discovering joy in midlife
- How to energize your life as you build your business
- Using neuroscience to conquer your emotional eating
- Dealing with difficult emotions
- Managing stress over 40
- Silencing your inner critic so you are able to step into your purpose.
To book Dr. Ellen for a podcast episode, to request a copy of the book or to request high resolution images, contact email@example.com or 480-298-0928.
About Dr. Ellen, The Midlife Whisperer™
Dr. Ellen is a psychologist, registered dietician, national board-certified health and wellness coach, Reiki master and Mindful Self-compassion teacher. She helps women transform themselves so they have energy, confidence and clarity to make their best chapter their best chapter. An author, inspirational speaker and expert on women’s wellbeing, Dr. Ellen has appeared on Extra, the Food Network and NBC World News and has been quoted in Psychology Today, Eating Well and USA Today. She has written five books and articles for SELF, Better Homes & Gardens and Good Housekeeping. Dr. Ellen brings over 25 years of counseling, coaching and healing experience to her holistic practice and transformational work. For more information, visit: https://drellenalbertson.com
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Hunting the Monster that Killed Robin Williams
Dr. Russell Lebovitz discusses the early warning signs of
Lewy Body Dementia, the mysterious brain disease that
destroyed one of Hollywood’s most creative minds
Often misdiagnosed, Lewy Body Dementia (LBD) is the second most common dementia after Alzheimer’s and afflicts about 1.4 million Americans. Officially named in 1976, Lewy Body Dementia is triggered when protein deposits called Lewy Bodies develop in nerve cells in regions of the brain involved in thinking, memory, and movement.
According to brain disease research scientist Dr. Russell Lebovitz, LBD has been a challenge to diagnose due to the fact that LBD patients can display Alzheimer’s-like symptoms, such as:
· Loss of reasoning or logic
· Loss of executive function
· Loss of memory
· Hallucinations (visual and smell)
LBD Patients can also display Parkinson’s-like symptoms
· Rigid muscles
· Difficulty initiating voluntary movements
· A shuffling walk
· Leaning towards one side
· Sleep disorders
· Autonomic changes affecting heart rate, blood pressure, and incontinence
“Because of overlapping symptoms, 40-50% of the time LBD patients are wrongly diagnosed as having either Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s,” says Dr. Lebovitz.
“Robin Williams was misdiagnosed with Parkinson’s before he died. The telltale signs of Lewy Body Dementia in Robin’s brain were not discovered until an autopsy was performed. Had Robin been correctly diagnosed at the very onset of his symptoms, the outcome could have been different. Unfortunately, he was driven to end his life because the monster called LBD had utterly ravaged his mind for decades, silently stealing his creative genius and joy for living,” says Dr. Lebovitz.
Early, Accurate LBD Detection Now Possible with New Test
An early diagnosis of LBD and other neurodegenerative brain diseases is crucial because it allows doctors to steer their patients to suitable treatment options early, when the brain is healthier and more likely to respond to intervention.
A new diagnostic tool called the “SYNTap” test developed by Dr. Lebovitz’s Amprion research team enables doctors to detect the presence of LBD and other brain diseases in their patient’s decades before symptoms appear, potentially giving the diagnosed patient who pivots to healthy lifestyle choices many years – and perhaps a lifetime — of symptom-free living.
“This early detection technology removes the ‘maybes’ and prevents misdiagnosis. It can provide tremendous relief for patients and their families when tremors and balance issues ascribed to Parkinson’s are shown to be merely signs of normal brain aging.”
Dr. Lebovitz recommends that those who believe they are experiencing early-stage LBD symptoms or other neurological issues consult with their physician for examination and to discuss available testing options, including SYNTap testing.
Alzheimer’s: America’s other killer pandemic Dr. Cass Ingram, author of How to Eat Right and Live Longer, recommends key dietary changes we can make to combat dementia
Alzheimer’s: America’s other killer pandemic
Dr. Cass Ingram, author of How to Eat Right and Live Longer, recommends key dietary changes we can make to combat dementia
and keep our brains healthy and functioning
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, an estimated 6.2 million Americans aged 65 and older are currently suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease – and that number is projected to climb to 12.7 million by 2050.
Alzheimer’s disease tends to develop slowly and gradually worsen over several years. Eventually, the disease affects most areas of the brain: memory, thinking, judgment, language, problem-solving, personality and movement can all be affected.
“But Alzheimer’s is not just about cognitive impairment: Alzheimer’s kills,” says Dr. Cass Ingram, author of the book How to Eat Right and Live Longer. “This disease kills more Americans annually than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined, and over the last two decades deaths from Alzheimer’s disease have increased by 145%.”
“Like most degenerative diseases, Alzheimer’s is related to deficient diet. The brain is an organ, and like any other organ it requires good nutrition. If the required nutrients are not supplied, dysfunction and, ultimately, degeneration are likely to occur.”
Here are some key lifestyle and nutritional advices that Dr. Ingram recommends for keeping the brain in good health and for combating age-related mental decline.
- Do notconsume refined sugar or allergenic foods
Refined sugar has many negative effects and no positive ones. Its consumption is associated with an increased incidence of Alzheimer’s and a myriad of other health problems. Sugar and allergenic foods deplete the brain’s supply of antioxidants.
- 2.Avoid hydrogenated fats (trans fats)
Fried foods, cookies, snack foods, and foods prepared with margarines and shortenings contain trans fatty acids which give the packaged product a long shelf life, but because they are not found in nature, these “fake fats” eat up the body’s supply of antioxidants, triggering a wide range of degenerative illnesses. Instead of using vegetable oils, use olive oils, flax seed oils, fish oils, and almond oils.
- Eat whole, fresh, organic foods
Lean meats, cold water fish, leafy green and cruciferous vegetables, mushrooms, omega-3 rich seed oils, blueberries, cherries and other antioxidant-rich fruits.
- Use natural nutritional supplements
Dr. Ingram’s book, How to Eat Right and Live Longer (p.151) contains a comprehensive list of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, herbs, and spice oils helpful in addressing disorders of the nervous system:
- Amino Acids: GABA, glutamine, taurine, tryptophan, tyrosine, 5-HTP
- Vitamins: B-Complex, vitamin-C, vitamin-E
- Minerals: Calcium, chromium, magnesium, molybdenum, potassium, zinc chloride, iodine, manganese, sodium
- Herbals: Wild rosemary oil improves cognitive performance, increases alertness, and enhances memory.
- Wild sage oil, turmeric, cumin, and cinnamon may fight brain inflammation. The spices also appear to break up brain plaque, which can lead to memory issues.
“Alzheimer’s and dementia deaths have increased 16% during the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Dr. Ingram.
“During this highly stressful period it’s critical that we ensure family members with cognitive impairment receive proper nourishment, as nutrition is their first line of defense against more serious stages of the disease.”
About Dr. Cass Ingram – author of Foods that Cure
Dr. Cass Ingram is one of North America’s leading experts on the health benefits and disease fighting properties of wild medicinal herbs and spice extracts. A popular media personality, he has been an invited guest on hundreds of radio and TV shows and has authored 30 books on natural health and wellness, including Foods that Cure and his seminal work, The Cure is in The Cupboard.
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