Hyperinsulinaemia and Cognitive Decline with Catherine Crofts, Ph.D
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Catherine Crofts is a New Zealand community-based clinical pharmacist who firmly believes in using the lowest dose of the least number of medications to treat disease. After 17 years of practice, she feels more like a “disease management specialist” than a health professional. Together with Caryn Zinn, Mark Wheldon, and Grant Schofield, Catherine is the author of Hyperinsulinemia: A unifying theory of chronic disease? Catherine blogs at Lifestyle Before Medication. Catherine will soon be known as Dr. Crofts after successfully defending her Ph.D. thesis where she analysed the oral glucose and insulin tolerance data of Dr. Joseph Kraft. Catherine will talk more about that work and why fasting insulin is a useless biomarker in the upcoming Keto Summit, in this interview we focus on the role of insulin resistance in dementia. Here’s the outline of this interview with Catherine Crofts: 0:00:42 Professor Grant Schofield and Dr. Caryn Zinn. 0:00:47 Dr. Joseph Kraft from Chicago. Book: Diabetes Epidemic & You.…