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Memory & diet and nutrition

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High-Octane Brain: 5 Science-Based Steps to Sharpen Your Memory and Reduce Your Risk of Alzheimer's

American adults fear Alzheimer¹s more than any other disease (including cancer), and because many people do not realize there is no genetic cause for 99 percent of Alzheimer¹s cases, they do not take the necessary steps to change lifestyle factors shown to significantly protect against the...

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The Better Brain Book: The Best Tool for Improving Memory and Sharpness and Preventing Aging of the Brain

Celebrated neurologist David Perlmutter reveals how everyday memory-loss—misplacing car keys, forgetting a name, losing concentration in meetings—is actually a warning sign of a distressed brain.

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Reverse the Age of Your Brain - Dr. Daniel Amen - #444

In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, you will learn about the same 11 risk factors Dr. Amen goes over with his clinical patients to keep BRIGHT MINDS, Which includes dietary changes, physical and mental exercises, and spiritual practices.

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Biohack Your Brain: How to Boost Cognitive Health, Performance and Power

Your brain is the most essential organ in your body. The brain and spinal cord are intimately connected to every bodily system and organ, so when it is balanced everything in your body and mind will function more efficiently.

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Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia, Explained by Frank Longo, MD, PhD, at Stanford Hospital

Frank Longo, MD, PhD, Chair, Department of Neurology at Stanford Hospital & Clinics, takes a closer look at Alzheimer's disease and dementia by discussing the risk factors, symptoms, treatments and current research.

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