How Your Brain Can Help or Hurt Your Love Life

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  When you change your brain, you won’t just be changing your life, you’ll also be changing the lives of those you love through your relationships. Human beings are bonding creatures. Most of us are happiest when we are bonded in a mutually loving relationship. But relationships can be challenging even when both people have healthy brains and impulse control. None of us are perfect in our relationships, which is … Continue reading “How Your Brain Can Help or Hurt Your Love Life”


3 Reasons You Must Learn to Fall Safely

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  Unfortunately, even highly trained Brain Warriors fall and get some bumps and bruises now and then. Having a plan to get up and get back on track quickly is essential to success. The journey will never be perfect. For those of you struggling to find your Brain Warrior mindset after the holidays, read about Angie’s fall. Angie is a very special Brain Warrior. She’s lost 103 pounds and kept … Continue reading “3 Reasons You Must Learn to Fall Safely”


The Best Way to Strengthen Your Brain

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Learning new things is one of the best ways to improve brain health. Your brain is like a muscle — the more you use it, the stronger it gets. That’s why learning is so important to keep your mind sharp and young. Put On Your Learning Cap Learning a musical instrument has been shown to improve cognitive function, hearing, memory and visual processing. And for seniors who began playing an … Continue reading “The Best Way to Strengthen Your Brain”


Eat, Love, Sleep and Pray for a Better Brain

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It’s never too young or too old to become a Brain Warrior and optimize your health. Your brain controls everything you do and everything you are. It produces your every thought, action, memory, feeling and experience of the world. You need your brain for everything from deciding which article to read to keeping your heart beating in the proper rhythm. Even though most of us know this, we are more … Continue reading “Eat, Love, Sleep and Pray for a Better Brain”


Listen, Learn and WIN in 2017

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The 26 weeks Daniel and I spent with our tribe in The Brain Warrior’s Way Live Class was such a rewarding experience for us. It’s no secret that we thrive on your stories of success. As a way to to be able to continue interacting with our tribe and offering support, we’ve created The Brain Warrior’s Way daily podcast. To show our commitment we’re going to support your commitment. Keep … Continue reading “Listen, Learn and WIN in 2017”


Get A Oil Check: Eat, Cook, Avoid

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It is no secret that the fat free craze is one of the worst things to happen to our society. Did you know the solid weight of your brain is 60 percent fat? You need the right fat to keep your brain and body healthy, and the right oils play a vital role in this. But figuring out which oils are best to eat uncooked on a salad, and which ones are … Continue reading “Get A Oil Check: Eat, Cook, Avoid”


How To Stay Healthy With Soups

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As Brain Warriors, it is absolutely essential that we take care of ourselves with rest and relaxation in addition to pushing ourselves to be better. And what better way to relax on a chilly winter day than a steaming bowl of soup? Soups are a favorite in the Amen household. Several scientific studies have shown that this delicious comfort food really can have medicinal benefits. Research shows that chicken soup … Continue reading “How To Stay Healthy With Soups”


4 Strategies For Staying Accountable to Your New Year’s Resolutions

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2017 is just around the corner, which means so are resolutions for the new year. Weight loss is a perennially popular New Year’s Resolutions, along with “exercise more” and “spend less money.” The sad fact is that most people don’t stick to those resolutions for more than a month and by the end of January, a third of those who have made resolutions will have a lapse. By July more … Continue reading “4 Strategies For Staying Accountable to Your New Year’s Resolutions”