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What to Eat for Optimal Brain Health

What to Eat for Optimal Brain Health

One of the most important levers we can pull as it relates to improving our brain function currently as well as paving the way for a healthier brain in the years to come is choose to eat foods that nurture ...
Association Between Physical Activity and Risk of Disabling Dementia in Japan

Association Between Physical Activity and Risk of Disabling Dementia in Japan

Even Minimal Exercise Reduces Alzheimer’s Risk

Even Minimal Exercise Reduces Alzheimer’s Risk

Sadly, despite incredible advances in our ability to treat so many challenging health threats, we are virtually empty handed as it relates to Alzheimer’s disease. So, it really makes sense to do everything ...
Association of Air Pollution and Physical Activity With Brain Volumes

Association of Air Pollution and Physical Activity With Brain Volumes

Association of Physical Activity Level With Risk of Dementia in a Nationwide Cohort in Korea

Association of Physical Activity Level With Risk of Dementia in a Nationwide Cohort in Korea

Uric Acid, Blood Sugar, and Body Fat

Uric Acid, Blood Sugar, and Body Fat

AMPK is an enzyme of central importance in human metabolism. Yes, this post is a bit steeped in science, nonetheless, the information is really important as you soon will see. AMPK plays such an importan...
Exercise

Exercise

There’s a lot to consider when evaluating our exercise choices. But the bottom line is we know it’s good for us. That said, variables like resistance, endurance, interval training, heart rate, time of...
Exercise and Mental Health

Exercise and Mental Health

By Dr. Austin Perlmutter It’s not news to anyone: exercise is good for our health. What is more interesting is the recent research showing how physical activity may activate certain pathways within our immu...
Introducing the #BrainWash2021 Challenge!

Introducing the #BrainWash2021 Challenge!

The world has certainly thrown us a curveball, but there does appear to be some light at the end of the tunnel. And as we have been told so many times, when the world gives us lemons, we should make lemonade...
Choosing Your Cognitive Destiny

Choosing Your Cognitive Destiny

In 1998, Dr. Peter Eriksson published a groundbreaking report in the journal Nature Medicine in which he described, for the first time, that the process of growing new brain cells, neurogenesis, occurs in hu...