Sue Stillman Linja has traveled all over the world to meet and talk with centenarians in an effort to find the connection between their diets and their brain health. These folks are not just existing. They are flourishing and living an active life at or close to 100 years old.
She’s spent the past 25 years working with those living the later years of their lives.
As a licensed Dietician and Nutritionist and co-author of The Alzheimer’s Prevention Food Guide, nutrition and aging are her passion along with Alzheimer's disease prevention, and "Eating to 100."
She’s spoken at TEDx and all over the nutrition world. She is the Co-founder, Officer and President of S&S Nutrition Network, Inc., LTC Nutrition Consulting, LLC, and C0-founder and Vice President of Nutrition and Wellness Associates, LLC.
A Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School called her book the food bible with everything someone needs to eat for a healthier brain.
I lost my father to Parkinson’s disease and was interested to hear all of her thoughts on eating to maintain a healthy brain.
I had a lot of questions about some of the mixed messages we get surrounding food in our modern diets.
I hope you enjoy this episode of Strong Coffee Strong Women™.