I designed the ProdromeScan blood test to be a reasonably comprehensive introduction to the biochemical basis of health and disease. The ProdromeScan blood test is a balance of advanced and traditional biomarkers. The advanced, clinically validated biomarkers come from my numerous patents, scientific publications, clinical trial collaborations around the world. These biomarkers are only available in the ProdromeScan test. The ProdromeScan blood test also includes key traditional biomarkers as well. However, the ProdromeScan blood test integrates and explains these biomarkers according to their role in the biochemical mechanisms of health and disease and in relation to the other biomarkers in the ProdromeScan blood test. The ProdromeScan blood test is designed to help you achieve optimal biochemical health and keep it.
I supplemented plasmalogens, which increased ethanolamine plasmalogens but not choline plasmalogens…
In my quest to maintain cognitive function throughout my lifespan (I’m 70 year old APOE4/4), I take the Plasmalogen supplement from Prodrome, and Phosphatidylcholine from Bodybio and Quicksilver Scientific (I alternate these 2 brands). I’d be curious to know if the Prodrome blood test results come with detailed recommendations to optimize biomarkers?
I do regular BoCA testing just in case I were to start “slipping”. https://boca2.alz.life/. I also play Lumosity brain training games and still score in the 97.1 percentile for my age. While there is debate about whether such brain training games are effective, playing “Train of Thought” at Level 14 requires a lot of speed, attention and agility to score and a drop in my percentile placing or performance score would be a bit alarming to me. I can’t speak to how effective the plasmalogen supplements are, but I have read enough about them (apart from listening to various podcasts featuring Dr. Goodenow) that I am certain they don’t harm me but indeed offer some extra protection since those with the highest plasmalogen levels have the lowest rates of AD. I am not leaving too many stones unturned in my quest to keep my APOE4 genes in check.
besides it’s curious that there are many stories doctors recommending expensive supplements Prodrome, Mitopure and BodyBio. Are doctors paid by supplement companies to recommend the supplements to patients?