Our most well-respected scientific research validates the time-honored understanding that by far and away the most powerful factors affecting health and longevity are modifiable choices including the foods we eat and other aspects of lifestyle. So let’s move forward and explore this empowering information.

Association Between Sleep Duration and Cognitive Decline

JAMA Network Open September 21, 2020

Association of Early-Life Cognitive Enrichment With Alzheimer Disease Pathological Changes and Cognitive Decline

JAMA Neurology June 29, 2020

Cognitive enhancement of healthy older adults using hyperbaric oxygen: a randomized controlled trial

Aging June 26, 2020

The impact of exposure to air pollution on cognitive performance

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences July 23, 2018

EGCG ameliorates high-fat– and high-fructose–induced cognitive defects by regulating the IRS/AKT and ERK/CREB/BDNF signaling pathways in the CNS

FASEB Journal November 30, 2017

Lifestyle Modulators of Neuroplasticity: How Physical Activity, Mental Engagement, and Diet Promote Cognitive Health during Aging

Neural Plasticity June 12, 2017

Brain changes in overweight/obese and normal-weight adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus

Diabetologia April 27, 2017

Intakes of fish and polyunsaturated fatty acids and mild-to-severe cognitive impairment risks: a dose-response meta-analysis of 21 cohort studies

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition December 30, 2015

Cognitive Function and Brain Structure in Persons With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus After Intensive Lowering of Blood Pressure and Lipid Levels: A Randomized Clinical Trial

JAMA Internal Medicine February 3, 2014

Mediterranean Diet Improves Cognition

Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and & Psychiatry December 10, 2013

Alcohol and Cognition in the Elderly: A Review

Psychiatry Investigation January 17, 2012

Exercise training increases size of hippocampus and improves memory

PNAS December 30, 2010

Serum Cholesterol and Cognitive Performance in the Framingham Heart Study

American Psychosomatic Society January 1, 2005