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RECOMMENDATIONS & TIPS TO HELP ALL BRAIN WARRIORS
A Brain Warrior lifestyle is chosen by those who are serious about their health, either out of desire or because they have to. Brain Warriors want to look and feel their best for as long as possible. Brain Warriors want to excel at work, in school, and in their relationships. Brain Warriors often begin this journey because they or someone they love struggles with a brain disorder or with chronic disease. Remember, the war for your health is won or lost between your ears, in the moment-by-moment decisions your brain makes every day.
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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
New Year’s is a time for parties, celebrations…and resolutions. It’s the most common time of the year when I hear from people who want to change their habits and get healthy. If 2019 is the year you want to ditch your unhealthy ways and become a Warrior for your brain health, start with your pantry.…Read More
In the fight for your health, your friends matter. Did you know that if you have a close friend who becomes obese, your chances of becoming obese jump by 57 percent? That’s according to a study that looked at people and their social networks over more than 30 years. The same team of researchers—Nicholas…Read More
Do you ever start a new project—whether it’s a big presentation at work, volunteer activities, or cleaning out the closets at home—and get so wrapped up in what you’re doing that you power through without taking a breather and without eating? You might think a “warrior” mentality means attacking your to-do list without coming…Read More
Everybody dreads the possibility of developing dementia and memory loss. I’m not talking about forgetting where you placed your keys, blanking on the name of some actor in a movie you saw three years ago, or the occasional brain fart when you can’t remember what was on your grocery shopping list. I’m talking about forgetting…Read More