I had the distinct honor of interviewing Dr. Dayan Goodenowe, PhD on Episode 186 of the podcast. 

Trying to keep up with his amazing brain was a feat, and yet, I had so much fun learning from him and his work.

Dr. Goodenowe is the creator of ProdromeNeuro™ and ProdromeGlia™ plasmalogen precursor products, as well as other advanced nutraceuticals, which are available through Prodrome™ Science.

I have been a fan of lipid replacement therapies for many years and have used BodyBio PC in my morning shakes daily.  

Having yet another tool in the arsenal for supporting healthy cell membranes is very exciting as cell membrane health drives systemic health.

To learn more about plasmalogens, visit Prodrome™ Science.  

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