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This sixty-eighth episode is an excellent way to sustain your own personal heart-practices. We also hope it will be a supportive tool for you to offer to your clients, patients and colleagues.
Dive into an enlightening conversation, as we sit down with Dr. Scott Noorda, a dedicated Longevity Physician who draws on Functional Medicine’s approach to cultivating resilient brain health.
Drawing from his extensive experience working closely with Alzheimer’s patients in memory care, Dr. Noorda sheds light on a topic close to many hearts: Alzheimer’s Disease and brain health. Amidst the shadows of uncertainty, he shares hope, revealing there’s more we can do than we might think to prevent Alzheimer’s.
Through personal anecdotes and professional insights, Dr. Noorda dismantles the notion of accepting brain decline as inevitable. Having witnessed a family member’s battle with Alzheimer’s, he embarked on a mission to specialize in brain health, arming himself with knowledge and strategies to empower everyone to take charge of their brain’s vitality.
In an intimate heart-to-heart with our host, Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., Dr. Noorda unveils his own daily rituals, painting a vivid picture of how each of us can craft a routine that fuels our brain’s resilience. The discussion delves into the profound impact of stress on brain health and showcases the transformative potential lying within our very own hearts. With wisdom and simplicity, he offers practical suggestions on unlocking these benefits and integrating them into our lives.
The episode closes with a heart meditation to help us align with our heart’s guidance about the areas we need to give more care and attention to for improved wellness, and energize our commitment to follow through on it.
Dr. Scott Noorda, D.O., believes that health is not one-size-fits-all and each individual’s unique personal history, genetics, biological systems, stressors, toxic load, diet, and overall lifestyle must be considered when formulating disease prevention and treatment protocols. Dr. Noorda spent several years working with Alzheimer’s patients in memory care units before setting up a functional medicine clinic and developing a step-by-step program to improve brain health called the Brainlift Program. He is also the creator of the Brainlift Neuroprotective Program.