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Learn how to:Enhance brain health by feeding the brain properly,Prevent brain starvation something that neuroscientists have begun seeing in Alzheimer’s patients. Preserve mental function,Suppress hunger it is really your brain, not your belly that is hungry Convert “sticky” fat cells (that hold on to fat and don’t release it) back into the temporary storers of fat that they were evolutionarily designed to be. Regulate insulin and glucose metabolism properly for both optimal weight management and brain health. Understand not only how many calories, but also what types of calories are brain friendly and will help you to lose weight and maintain the loss Then make sure you tune in this Wednesday at noon Pacific/3pm Eastern as I chat with Dr. Larry McCleary about this as so much more when it comes to feeding your brain to lose your belly.
Larry McCleary, M.D., was Acting Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Denver Children’s Hospital. He was first in his class at medical school at the State University of New York–Buffalo, did his surgical internship at the University of Minnesota, and completed his residency in neurosurgery at New York University/Bellevue Medical Center. Dr. McCleary’s other books include The Brain Trust Program: A Scientifically Based Three-Part Plan to Improve Memory, Elevate Mood, Enhance Attention, Alleviate Migraine & Menopausal Symptoms and Boost Mental Energy and Bald Is Beautiful: The Shining Stars Foundation Guide for Living with Childhood Cancer, which can be ordered online at www.ShiningStarsFoundation.org. Dr. McCleary holds several patents for nutritional supplements and is the medical director for the Shining Stars Foundation, a nonprofit organization located in Colorado that provides programs for children with cancer and other life-threatening diseases. More info please visit: www.drmccleary.com
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