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EXERCISE IS ESSENTIAL FOR ALL BRAIN WARRIORS
Start developing a healthy exercise routine to help lower your blood pressure, calm your brain, optimize your cholesterol and hormones, and so much more. Exercise at least twice each week to decrease your risk of dementia, obesity and aging all at once. It directly fights depression, anxiety, heart disease, diabetes and cancer. Done the correct way, exercise is one of the most powerful anti-aging tools. Move every day!
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You’ve done it! You’ve finally lost all those extra pounds and gotten down to a healthy weight. As a Brain Warrior*, you should feel great about yourself, and I applaud you! But when you high-5 your friends, are you noticing any annoying flab flapping on the back of your arms? Don’t get frustrated. There’s a…Read More
I hear from so many people who have successfully dropped weight thanks to living life as a Brain Warrior*. Congratulations! I also get a lot of questions about how to get to your final healthy weight. Whether you have 5, 10, or 20 pounds to go, here are three tips to help you lose those…Read More
Brain Warriors need to be strong… in every way! I meet so many people who want help achieving a healthy weight, looking younger, and keeping their mind sharp as they age. There’s one exercise that can help with all of these things: Strength training. Here are 5 ways strength training can help you reach your…Read More
Ever feel like you can’t concentrate? Do you find yourself getting distracted when you need to buckle down on an important project? Is it the same for your kids? Do they have trouble getting through a book they’re reading? We’ve all been there. If you want to raise healthy Brain Warriors, you need to model…Read More
We’ve all heard that balance is important for seniors to prevent falls, but it is equally important for people of all ages. Did you know that people who can’t stand on one leg for over 20 seconds are at increased risk for dementia, according to research in the journal Stroke? Or that balance training at…Read More