The End of Alzheimer’s Program – Dale E. Bredesen, M.D. References

Following is a list of references from the book, The End of Alzheimer’s Program, published by Avery/Random House. Due to the length of the text, these references could not be included in the print version, and therefore are listed below. 

4 – Catherine Feart et al., The Journals of Gerontology Series A Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 71, no. 5, 683–88, August 2015

Plasma Carotenoids Are Inversely Associated With Dementia Risk in an Elderly French Cohort

1 – Richard E. Kennedy et al., JAMA Network Open 1, no. 7, 1–10, e184080, November 2018

Association of Concomitant Use of Cholinesterase Inhibitors or Memantine with Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer Clinical Trials: A Meta-Analysis

1 – Ann F. La Berge, Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 63, no. 2, 139–77, April 2008

How the Ideology of Low Fat Conquered America

2 – Gopal K. Singh et al., Journal of Community Health 36, no. 1, 94–110, February 2011

Dramatic Increases in Obesity and Overweight Prevalence and Body Mass Index Among Ethnic-Immigrant and Social Class Groups in the United States, 1976–2008

1 – Mélanie Plourde and Stephen C. Cunnane, Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism 32, no. 4, 619–34, September 2007

Extremely Limited Synthesis of Long Chain Polyunsaturates in Adults: Implications for Their Dietary Essentiality and Use as Supplements

2 – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, last reviewed August 13, 2018

Adult Obesity Facts

1 – David A. Raichlen and Gene E. Alexander, Trends in Neuroscience 37, no. 5, 247–55, May 2014

Exercise, APOE Genotype, and the Evolution of the Human Lifespan

2 – Gregory A. Panza et al., Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 66, no. 3, 487–95, March 2018

Can Exercise Improve Cognitive Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease?

1 – Arnold Eiser, Brain Research 1671, 14–17, September 2017

Why Does Finland Have the Highest Dementia Mortality Rate? Environmental Factors May Be Generalizable

2 – Emma Louise Walton, Biomedical Journal 41, no. 3, 137–140, June 2018

Tainted Air: The Link Between Pollution and Alzheimer’s Disease