Prevent Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease by Staying in the KNOW…… NOW

Brain Food, Motivational, Must Reads, Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease, Prevent Memory Loss

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Healthy Brain Happy Life by Wendy Suzuki
Staying on top of scientific research and information can put the odds in your favor when it comes to preventing Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Fortunately, preventing Alzheimer’s, slowing dementia’s progress, and slowing the onset of  mental problems (hopefully for good) is front and center when it comes to medical research these days. However, the research won’t do you any good if you don’t follow the information and heed the advice.

Below is a list of sources for you to count on. Reading articles and books about the brain actually benefits you two ways..

  • it stimulates the brain
  • it can help save your brain!

When you visit the following website, see if they have an e-mail newsletter and sign up for it. This is a great way to stay on top of the research being done. Also, follow them on Twitter and Facebook for more information as it becomes available.


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  1. National Institute on Aging
  2. Alzheimer’s Association
  3. Alzheimer’s Research Forum


In addition to following online information portals, you should also build a library of books that’ll also stimulate and, hopefully, save your brain! Below are some of my favorite books – I own and highly recommend each one:

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When you find a great book that inspires and motivates you, find the author’s website and find and follow them on social media. You can never have too much inspiration and motivation when it comes to living healthy!


Finally, here is a roundup of some of my favorite articles online about Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and preventing them from showing up on your doorstep. Don’t just read the articles, take notes and make plans to implement the advice – whether it’s in the area of food or habits…. or, better yet, both!

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Make each moment count double!
~ Joi

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