Dietary Ketosis and prevention of age related memory loss (1 CME Point) by Dr. Raysa El Zein

-Dementia Rates (scale of the problem)

-Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)

– AD as a metabolic Disease

– Glucosehypometabolism and role of ketones

– Dietary ketosis for brain Rescue

Event Dates:

7:00 pm Monday 22nd Jul 2024

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Raysa El Zein


Following my BSc in Nutrition & dietetics, I completed a masters degree in Public Health Nutrition then a PhD in Nutrition
and Dementia prevention. I am currently a lecturer of public health nutrition within the School of Life Sciences at the
University of Westminster.
I am interested in the relation between nutrition and the ageing brain with special focus on food interventions and dementia
prevention. My research focuses on the use of coconut oil on memory in older adults and adults with mild Cognitive
impairment to reduce dementia risk. I believe in the power of food in health and wellbeing

1. Explore the evidence linking ketogenic diets to memory improvement

2. Examine scientific studies and research findings that establish a correlation between dietary-induced ketosis and enhanced cognitive function

3. Analyse the underlying mechanisms of ketosis in preventing memory loss

4. Explore the role of dietary-induced ketosis as a potential preventive strategy for memory-related disorders: such as Alzheimer’s disease and age-related cognitive decline

5. Learn practical tips and strategies to induce dietary ketosis into one’s lifestyle to potentially reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

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