Game Night

Game Night

Schedule a game night with friends, family or even on your own. It is entertaining and a brain workout with no sweating required to benefit! Card games and board games are a fun way to stimulate the brain, problem-solve and address processing speed, memory, attention...
Eating Breakfast

Eating Breakfast

Eating breakfast makes a difference in how your brain performs for the entire day. Breakfast is helpful because it: Provides necessary energy for the brain and body Maintains weight and helps with weight loss Stabilizes blood sugar Decreases cravings for sugary foods...
Healthy Fats

Healthy Fats

Incorporate healthy fats into your diet and at every meal and snack. Getting the “right” kind of good fat may be a challenge and I recommend that you talk to your physician about your diet and an Omega 3 supplement containing EPA/DHA equaling 1000mg (or...
Eat More Greens

Eat More Greens

This month, eat more greens. Kale is one of my favorite brain super foods but mix it up – add variety. You can eat any greens – spinach, arugula, collard greens, chard, turnip greens, romaine, etc. A cup or two of greens every day provides powerful brain...

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