Monday, May 23, 2011
"For many people, calories bypass their brain and are stored in fat cells," says Dr. Larry McCleary. "The result is suboptimal brain functioning and weight gain. Consuming brain-healthy fats can help you feel better, think clearly, and lose weight without being hungry." Dr. McCleary developed his recommendations from research and clinical experience on what helps brain functioning, energy levels, diabetes prevention, and weight loss.
McCleary is a pediatric brain surgeon and Acting Chief of Neurosurgery at Denver Children's Hospital. He is also Medical Director of The Shining Stars Foundation, which provides programs for children and other life-threatening diseases. His just released book is Feed Your Brain Lose Your Belly. He also is author of The Brain Trust Program and Bald is Beautiful, a book for children and families of children with cancer.
The 50-minute podcast of the interview is at www.webtalkradio.net and summarized and archived on www.AgelessLifestyles.com. Dr. McCleary is at www.drmccleary.com. Dr. Brickey's websites include www.DrBrickey.com and www.Anti-Aging-Speaker.com. He is President of the Ageless Lifestyles® Institute.
Michael Brickey, Ph.D.