PILLAR 1: DIET & SUPPLEMENTS
Your brain is a flesh and blood organ that needs proper fuel to function well. Building a better memory, preventing Alzheimer’s and memory loss, and impacting the causes of Alzheimer’s disease all depend on your lifestyle. Your diet is critical to your brain’s health. And with the proper Alzheimer’s diet, you can actually influence the health of your genes. That’s right—prevention is within your reach and it starts with the foods you put in your body!
Discover the Alzheimer’s Prevention Diet
Be Sure to Take Your Vitamins and Memory-Specific Nutrients
PILLAR 2: STRESS MANAGEMENTThe human brain is an amazing instrument. If you need proof, consider the fact that no computer can come close to duplicating your brain’s superior abilities. Your brain can literally process millions of data in just hundredths of a second. However, just like a computer, your brain requires regular care and attention to operate at its peak efficiency. Especially as you enter your forties, fifties, and beyond, taking care of your brain becomes even more important.
Contrary to what’s been previously thought, building a better memory, preventing memory loss, and impacting Alzheimer’s disease are not just dependent upon your genes — your lifestyle has a huge impact as well.
The Healing Power
of Relaxation and Meditation
PILLAR 3: EXERCISE & BRAIN AEROBICS
Contrary to popular belief, memory loss is neither a normal nor natural process of aging. But, if you want to maintain the strength and vitality of your brain as you age, you must take a proactive role. Just as your body needs strength-building exercise to keep your muscles fit, so does your brain.
Let’s take a look at the benefits of both forms of exercise and introduce you to the exciting practice of brain aerobics—mental gymnastics for your brain!
The Importance of Physical Exercise
PILLAR 4: SPIRITUAL FITNESS
Increased consciousness and cognition is the final frontier of Alzheimer’s prevention. Developing your Spiritual Fitness, or psycho-spiritual well-being, may very well help you reduce your risk of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and even Alzheimer’s.