Author of "FEED THE BRAIN, LOSE YOUR BELLY" to Report on How to Age Without Gaining Weight at The American Academy of Anti-Aging & Aesthetic Medicine 19th World Congress April 7-9 in Orlando

Mar 29, 2011, 09:00 ET from American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine

BOCA RATON, Fla. March 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As a featured speaker at The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine's 19th World Congress (A4M;, Larry McCleary M.D., retired Acting Chief of Neurosurgery at Denver Children's Hospital, will reveal secrets to living longer, healthier and thinner.

In his new, critically acclaimed book FEED THE BRAIN, LOSE YOUR BELLY, Dr. McCleary simultaneously addresses two of society's most pressing medical challenges – obesity and mental decline. The book and Dr. McCleary introduces new concepts such as the brain-belly connection and dietary brain starvation and explains both the key role played by brain healthy fats and the important relationship between weight loss and insulin metabolism.

According to Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS and author of The Most Effective Ways to Live Longer and Living Low Carb: Controlled Carbohydrate Eating for Long-Term Weight Loss, FEED THE BRAIN, LOSE YOUR BELLY is a –

"Brilliant book by a great neurosurgeon who also happens to be an outstanding nutritionist. The unexpected connection between excess weight and brain problems is clearly elucidated, and the culprit is insulin. The answer is anything but a "low-fat" diet, and Dr. McCleary tells you why. Cutting edge stuff, backed by great science and eminently readable."

Also, a Harvard-trained neurologist will be reporting that singing may help you remember, one of the novel strategies to treat Alzheimer's he'll discuss. Besides such things as eating properly and exercising, try singing to remember, according to Dr. Richard S. Isaacson, Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, and author of the book "Treating Alzheimer's Preventing Alzheimer's: A Patient and Family Guide, 2011 Edition."

Music therapy has been shown to be quite effective in stimulating the mind and exercising the memory, he said. 

The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine is the world's largest professional medical society dedicated to the enhancement of human lifespan and its upcoming 19th World Congress will take place at the Orlando World Center Marriott Resort and Convention Center April 7-9, 2011.

To register for 19th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging and Aesthetic Medicine in Orlando, visit:  Media contact: Louise Canuto 561-750-9800 x217

SOURCE American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine