Episode 32
The Cinderella Mineral That Could Defeat Alzheimer’s – Episode 32: Dr. James M. Greenblatt

Ann Louise Gittleman Interviews Dr. James M. Greenblatt

Portrait of Dr James Greenblatt
Integrative psychiatrist Dr. James Greenblatt has been on the forefront for nutritional interventions in mental illness. In this episode, Dr. Greenblatt discusses the amazing efficacy of a little known mineral which is vilified and misunderstood in medicine. He explains eloquently how lithium is essential and critical to human health and shows great promise as the Cinderella Story in treating dementia, suicide prevention and Alzheimer’s disease.

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3 Comments

  1. Pat Jones

    Really enjoyed your interview with Dr Greenblatt.

    Reply
  2. Ka-Stela

    Thank you for all info given here. I have a question. Would 10mg of lithium orotate daily be unsafe for a woman in her 40s with a history of (now cured) hypothyroidism treated with iodine and other supplements?
    I would really appreciate your reply!
    Thanks again!

    Reply
  3. Team ALG

    Ka-Stela, Although we can’t give medical advice, that amount would generally be considered safe for her. We also suggest that she check with her health care practitioner.

    Reply

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