In this first section, we'll talk about assessment of nutritional status and identification of deficiencies. How do you know when you're low?
Part 2 will go over all the supplements that are associated with slower rate of PD progression according to our data (glutathione, fish oil, and coenzyme Q10). I'll talk about why I think this makes sense, and my typical recommendations for doses and delivery.
In Part 3, I'll talk about the supplements I find myself using most often in clinic (B12, melatonin, curcumin, folate, lithium, vitamin C, etc.) I'll discuss when I use them, why, and what my experience has been.
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Dr. Mischley will provide a brief overview of the relevance of bone health to people with parkinsonism and then hand the stage over to Dr. Neustadt for a deep dive into bone integrity, monitoring, and remodeling.