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Strong Heart, Sharp Mind with Marwan Sabbagh, MD

In this episode of Evolving Past Alzheimer’s, hosted by Dr. Nate Bergman of Kemper Cognitive Wellness, Dr. Marwan Sabbagh and Joe Piscatella combine the six most effective principles for heart disease prevention. They unfold valuable heart and brain facts in their new book Strong Heart, Sharp Mind, which are equally beneficial for the prevention of Alzheimer’s disease. In a way, they open hope for effective heart disease treatments, dealing with Alzheimer’s, and other brain ailments with a multidisciplinary approach.

What is good for your heart is good for your brain and ultimately contributes to your overall healthy lifestyle. This episode guides listeners to optimal well-being using a Six-Step Brain-Body Balance Program. In discussion, Dr. Sabbagh adds that the mechanism that underpins heart disease symptoms considerably overlaps with the symptoms of Alzheimer’s. Therefore, aggressively managing the cures for one has two or more benefits.

Listen in and let us know what you think: https://evolvingpast.com/podcast/strong-heart-sharp-mind-with-marwan-sabbagh-md/

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