Top 10 Memory Boosting Foods You Should Be Eating

Top 10 Memory Boosting Foods You Should Be Eating 

Did you know certain foods can help boost your memory? 

It's no secret that our memory and cognitive abilities decline as we age. But did you know that your eating habits are just as important to your memory as they are to your waistline?

Many common foods like pasta, processed meats, and white sugar have been associated with impaired memory and serious illnesses like Alzheimer's disease.

If your diet consists of these foods on a regular basis, you should definitely start making some changes that include brain-healthy foods. People with healthier diets are less likely to experience cognitive decline as they age.

And lucky for you, we found the best foods to help you out in that area. So, continue reading this article for our ultimate memory boosting foods list.

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Top 10 Brain Exercises to Keep Your Mind Sharp

Top 10 Brain Exercises to Keep Your Mind Sharp

Is staving off dementia and keeping your brain in shape important to you? 

Just like you need to work your muscles to stay in shape, so too do you need to work your brain to stay sharp. Read on to learn about the best brain exercises you can do to keep your brain in optimal working order.



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The 10 Best Brain Vitamins to Boost Focus and Memory

The 10 Best Brain Vitamins to Boost Focus and Memory

If you're curious to know what vitamins are good for your brain and can improve your mood, memory, and focus, read this week’s blog post. You’ll discover the 10 most essential brain vitamins you should be taking and why.

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Neuro-Fatigue: What it is and What You Can do About it

Neuro-Fatigue: What it is and What You Can do About it

This week, in my continued quest to honour National Brain Injury Awareness month, I’d like to discuss a topic of great concern to many brain injury survivors - mental fatigue or “neuro-fatigue”. 

As fatigue, both mental and physical is a common complaint of people with a brain injury, I’d also like to offer some tips to help you manage it.

So, if you or a loved one suffers low energy from a weakened brain or are showing signs of age-related cognitive decline, please read on:

This blog post is for you as I discuss 12 Tips to Managing Neuro-Fatigue.

 

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5 Actionable Steps to Balancing Your Blood Sugar Levels Naturally

5 Actionable Steps to Balancing Your Blood Sugar Levels Naturally

Do you get tired and have no energy after a meal?    

Do you experience a mid-afternoon energy slump?

Do you have difficulty focusing, get irritable or cranky for no reason?

Have you been diagnosed with pre-diabetes or diabetes?

Do you want to prevent such a diagnosis in the future?

If so, read on to discover what a blood sugar imbalance looks and feels like, the problems associated with blood sugar imbalances, and why you should care.

I will also provide practical steps you can begin today, to help control your blood sugar levels naturally.

 

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Confessions of a Sugar Addict (Part I)

Excess sugar consumption is a major factor behind skyrocketing rates of obesity, cancer, cardio vascular disease, dementia, and type 2 diabetes.

 

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