& investigative writer
Read about Keon’s latest book “The Alzheimer’s Revolution” and find out about his groundbreaking approach.
Focused on environmental and preventative medicine
In his work as a wellness consultant in the public and private sphere for over twenty years, Keon focused on chronic degenerative diseases and their relationship to modifiable lifestyle choices.
The latest book about Alzheimer's Disease
The Alzheimer's Revolution
The Alzheimer’s Revolution challenges the misguided and disempowering belief that Alzheimer’s disease cannot be prevented or slowed. Author Joseph Keon offers readers a research-based program that can dramatically reduce the risk of this devastating condition.
Keon then offers a comprehensive program showing readers how to:
Is Alcohol a Risk Factor for Dementia?
For decades, Americans have been told moderate alcohol consumption may offer protection against the number one killer, cardiovascular disease, and possibly contribute to longevity. As that assertion was promulgated by countless health…
Is There a Link Between Concussion and Future Dementia?
A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury in which a forceful bump, blow or jolt to the head causes the brain to move inside the skull. This can result in…
Is Inflammation Increasing Your Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease?
Scientists have shown a pathological link between chronic inflammation and heart disease, cancer and even depression. Now, several large studies have shown an association between chronic inflammation and the risk of developing…
How to Improve Your Memory and Brain Function in Just 6 Months
There is no shortage of advertisements on the Internet promoting supplements that are purported to improve memory. It’s now a $3 billion market. All too often, the claims made for these supplements…
7 Powerful Steps to Stay Mentally Sharp
Each of us has more influence over our long-term cognitive health than previously understood. Making healthy lifestyle choices now can reduce your risk of cognitive decline and dementia later—and the more good…
It Might Not Be Dementia: 4 Causes of Reversible Cognitive Impairment
Alzheimer’s. It’s not surprising that we hear and read more about the disease today than ever before, because dementia now affects 1 in 10 Americans age 65 and older. The prevalence of…