The Brain & Ketones – Dr. Stephen Cunanne (Full Interview)

(Bunny) #1

The Brain & Ketones – Dr. Stephen Cunanne (Full Interview) Published on Jul 25, 2016 Dr. Stephen Cunanne Professor Department of Medicine, Physiology, and Biophysics University of Sherbrooke

Note: Serious Clinical Ketogenic Diet Research - Canada

(Karen) #2

Brain ketones uptake using PET scans and Alzheimer’s… Interesting.

(Bunny) #3

Yes! I thought that was rather fascinating!

(Karen) #4

As in everything else, our brain too is less efficient at getting nutrients. I was reading about digestion and the reduced acid. The gut and reduced useful bacteria. No wonder we age.


(Kirk) #5

Speak for yourself.

(Karen) #6

Oh I am, I am!


(Kirk) #7

“Never grow up.”
Peter Pan (and the geezer on the 750 Shadow)

(Bunny) #8

Keto on! :+1:


This got really interesting around minute 10. Appreciate Dr. Cunanne’s work - and his own wellspring mind and fountain of age!

It makes sense that digestive health/enzyme production and ketones are critical for rejuvenations. The SAD diet is terrible for so many things, it’s really sad :frowning:

(Karen) #10

Love your joie de vivre.