The Neurogenisis Diet & Lifestyle

Brant Cortright, PhD

NP

Summary
  • The best diet for brain healing and how to know if it is right for you.
  • Relationships for brain healing.
  • Daily practices for neuroplasticity and neurogenesis.
Transcript
Heather Sandison, N.D.

Welcome to the Reverse Alzheimer’s Summit. I’m absolutely thrilled to have Dr. Brant Cortright, PhD here with me today. He is going to break down these connections between depression, anxiety and dementia. We know we can’t completely unwind them, but he really makes a case for why, if we’re not taking care of our mental health, we’re only focusing on the physical, we’re really leaving half of the potential benefit on the table. Dr. Cortright is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Professor and Bestselling Author. His recent book, “Functional Psychology for Anxiety, Depression, and cognitive Decline,” integrates the principles of functional medicine, diet and nutrition with psychology. His previous book, “The Neurogenesis Diet and Lifestyle,” was an international bestseller. He practices psychotherapy, coaching and does consultations from his office in San Francisco and via Zoom. He’s available at brantcortright, brantcortright.com. In this book, “The Neurogenesis Diet and Lifestyle” is the one that I’m most familiar with. And I recommend it to absolutely anyone who has an interest in preventing or reversing cognitive decline, it is foundational for understanding the mechanisms, the science of why these things work, and also very practical in laying out how to do it. Dr. Cortright, welcome.

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