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Age Is Only A Number

“I’d rather be dead than singing Satisfaction when I’m forty-five.” – Mick Jaggar

It doesn’t seem that long ago that I’d tell people I planned to run a marathon when I turned sixty. 406 more words


Tony reblogged this on One Regular Guy Writing about Food, Exercise and Living Longer and commented:

I found this on one of the blogs that I read and thought you might enjoy it as much as I did. Regular readers know that I have strong feelings about aging and keeping one's mental and physical faculties intact. To read further on successful aging, check out: Exercise, Aging and the Brain as well as my Page- Important Facts About Your Brain (and Exercise Benefits). Tony

Remarkable because of the research that supports its benefits

A remarkable product called EmpowerPlusQ96 is a vitamin supplement that is unique because of the research that supports its benefits.   It has 25 Clinical Studies, 44 Separate Researchers working at 15 institutions (Including Harvard) that have been published in a remarkable array of different medical journals.  390 more words
Brain Health

Get More Done

Follow these easy, effective tips for getting more done in the 24 we have.

Productivity Hero—Your Action Plan

1. Get enough sleep. Whoever coined the phrase “I’ll sleep when I’m dead” didn’t have all the facts straight. 1,133 more words


Think about MTHFR: Biggest brain boost is supporting 5MTHF pathways.

1.  Why do you test for hereditary variations in the MTHFR gene?

These genes code for the enzyme function responsible for converting folate to 5 MTHF. 160 more words


6 Surprising Things That Affect Your Brain

a Care2 favorite by Megan, selected from Experience Life

Brain scientists in recent years have discovered a number of surprising ways that the brain influences our overall health, as well as how our behavior influences the health of our brain. 2,779 more words


Tony reblogged this on One Regular Guy Writing about Food, Exercise and Living Longer and commented:

For some time, the prevailing view of a brain at midlife was that it’s “simply a young brain slowly closing down,” observes Barbara Strauch. But she notes that recent research has shown that middle age is actually a kind of cranial prime time, with a few comedic twists thrown in for fun. “Researchers have found that — despite some bad habits — the brain is at its peak in those years. As it helps us navigate through our lives, the middle-age brain cuts through the muddle to find solutions, knows whom and what to ignore, when to zig and when to zag,” she writes. “It stays cool. It adjusts.”  brain Regular readers know that I feel strongly about brain health and development as I have both Alzheimer's and dementia in my family. Check out my Page - Important Facts About Your Brain for more. Tony