educational Seminars

Dr. Goodenowe has over 30 years of diverse scientific research experience and has explored topics ranging from software, to mechanics, to theoretical physics, to neuroscience. From this vast knowledge, he creates regular presentations and videos exploring many topics of great interest to him and shares what he has learned. Each seminar has a written article and a video. These seminar videos contain relevant literature excerpts and detailed explanations. The written articles are posted below. To access the FREE seminars with full presentations and videos please visit Dr. Goodenowe’s resource site hereOnce you are registered, you will be notified when new content becomes available.

Educational Seminar Updates

The Three Main Functions of Plasmalogens (C102)

Plasmalogens neutralize peroxides, they modulate membrane structure and the function of membrane proteins, and they modulate the efficiency and ease of vesicular release of neurotransmitters. They are obligate to life.    To access the FREE

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Uric Acid (B112)

Low blood uric acid levels are observed in neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, ALS, multiple sclerosis, schizophrenia, and central nervous system viral

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Creatinine and Blood Urea Nitrogen (B111)

Low blood creatinine is associated with liver dysfunction, muscle wasting, and sarcopenia whereas high blood creatinine is associated with kidney disease.  Creatinine is a metabolic product of creatine phosphate which is

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Total, HDL, and LDL Cholesterol (B110)

Maintaining healthy circulating cholesterol levels is essential for optimal health. Low cholesterol levels are indicative of impaired liver or peripheral cell health and is associated with increased mortality. 

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Fatty Acid Elongase (B108)

Women diagnosed with active breast cancer or ovarian cancer have elevated fatty acid elongase activity. Abnormal cell growth (i.e., cancer) results in the activation of certain elongase enzymes which are used to

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High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein (B107)

C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is a non-specific biomarker of systemic inflammation. High blood CRP levels are associated with numerous diseases and increased risk of all-cause mortality and disease-specific mortalities. There are

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Homocysteine and Methyltransferase Capacity (B105)

High homocysteine levels are associated with an increased risk of dementia, metabolic syndrome, and all-cause mortality. Homocysteine is a biomarker of methyltransferase activity and function.  To access the FREE seminars with full presentations

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Total Iron (B104)

Approximately 30% of the population are mildly anemic. Optimal iron levels are associated with healthy mitochondrial and peroxisomal function as well as a decreased risk

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Dietary Fatty Acids (B102)

Dietary fatty acids are a critical source of energy, but their relative compositions in the phospholipids in the membranes of our body is where they exert their functional biological purpose. Low membrane

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Plasmalogen Augmentation

Unfortunately, a person can take all of the necessary preventative measures such as diet, exercise, and maintaining a healthy liver function, and still have a

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My Journey of Discovery

My Journey of Discovery I have spent the last 30 years of my scientific career focused on diseases. Specifically, on understanding the biochemical mechanisms of

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The ProdromeScan Blood Test - What Does it Measure?
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Plasmalogen Supplementation
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What is a Plasmalogen?
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Plasmalogen and Cognition
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Scientific Evidence Linking Low Brain Plasmalogen Levels to Alzheimers Disease and Dementia
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What is ProdromeNeuro Plasmalogen Oil?
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Low Plasmalogens and Aging Dementia and Mortality The Scientific Evidence
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Biochemical Mechanisms of Plasmalogens
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The Scientific Evidence Linking Low Blood Plasmalogen Levels To Alzheimers Disease and Dementia
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Prodrome Sciences Introduction
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Death Disease Vitality and Immortality
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What is Aging
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What is a Prodrome?
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How Plasmalogens Are Made and Why People Become Deficient with Age
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How to Elevate Blood Plasmalogen Levels
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