I'm excited by the results being reported by Bredesen and other doctors he's trained. Results mean a LOT when it comes to complex brain disfunction (such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's), and he's getting them! My goal here is to start a discussion, explore what he's doing in his "protocol", and how I (we?) might best go about using his methods to improve our Parkinson's.
That's the first important point to get your head around: he's IMPROVING actual patients' conditions - not just slowing down their declines or spouting un-backed theories.
As I add more, I will be linking YouTube videos, but I'll also be providing transcripts to a lot of those videos. He's typically interviewed by other doctors, so his message is to them; we non-docs have to wade through some shop talk, so I'll do my best to give you transcripts with time-stamps to help you find the parts that are relevant to us.
For example, in the first video I'm posting, it's clear that although he's focusing right now on Alzheimer's, he sees that Parkinson's is similar to some forms of Alzheimer's. The following video is the best I've found so far. As I find better ones, I'll replace the old ones: