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Stocking Your Kitchen for Cognitive Health
The Bredesen Protocol draws on the natural power of food to fight cognitive decline. Keep the following items on hand if you're eating to maximize brain health.
The Longevity Diet
The longevity diet is essentially an adaptation from Okinawan and Mediterranean diets, which focus on whole, plant-based foods, specifically complex carbohydrates and healthy fats such as beans, cruciferous vegetables, nuts and olive oil.
Peperonata, an Italian stewed pepper dish, is full of flavor and packed with nutrition. This dish is delicious on its own or served with poached eggs or grilled fish.
Biogen’s Alzheimer’s Drug, Aducanumab, Rejected By FDA
Last week, an FDA panel rejected arguments in favor of Biogen's highly anticipated drug, aducanumab.
7 Ways to Reduce Plastic in Your Life
In addition to the environmental hazards created by plastic, exposure to plastic from our food and environment can also have serious consequences for our health.
Nutrition for Exercise Recovery
Nutrition plays a huge role in how the body responds and recovers to any bout of exercise. Depending on the intensity of your workout, your nutrient needs will differ.
The Best Foods for Your Memory
Studies on humans reveal that these specific foods – all part of a healthy, whole foods diet – may be best for your memory.
How Gut Health Affects Mental Health
Research now shows that the health of our gut can influence things like our mood, anxiety, behavior and cognition.
Chronological vs. Biological Aging and Disease
Individuals with the same chronological age may vary in their rate of aging, indicating that biological age is more beneficial in determining health status. Although it seems that pain medication and chronic diseases are inevitable aspects of aging, the science implies a different story.
Ahje- Parsley Omelets
These flavorful, savory omelets are bursting with good nutrition and are an easy way to incorporate more spices into the diet.
Is It Too Late to Reverse Alzheimer’s Disease?
Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive symptoms can be improved at any age and at any stage of decline. For the best results possible, start working to reverse cognitive decline today.