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Welcome to the Brain Health and Wellness Center®

Learn about 11 evidence-based brain healthy lifestyles

Memory Preservation Nutrition® and 11 Brain Healthy Lifestyles

Brain Health and Wellness Center informs people about eleven brain healthy lifestyles including Memory Preservation Nutrition.

Currently there is scientific evidence for Nutrition, Physical Exercise and 9 other lifestyles that enhance brain health.  Every year, new studies are reported that extend our knowledge about specific foods or more specific details about other healthy lifestyles including exercise.

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Evidence-based Memory Preservation Nutrition® (MPN™) is a unique program that pulls together hundreds of studies to create a delicious, easy to understand nutritional approach that will improve both cognitive and emotional health. At the same time, the MPN™ will help keep your body healthy too.

The most recent comprehensive summary of the MPN™ was featured in Anne Romney’s inaugural section on Brain Health in Ariana Huffington’s Thrive Global.

To view Facebook Live coverage of Dr. Emerson Lombardo and an all-star panel for Maria Shriver’s Boston Move for Mind event on June 3 click here.

To view a video of Dr. Emerson Lombardo’s talk summarizing the evidence and the MPN program, filmed  by University of Rhode Island Geriatric Education Center for Alzheimer’s Association of Rhode Island November, 2017, click here.

The Brain Health and Wellness Center will work with you and your family or organization to help you integrate brain healthy nutrition, cooking and lifestyles into daily life, or into your employees or clients lives and practices. To read more about our services.

Or contact Dr. Emerson Lombardo today to learn how we can work together.

Watch video of Dr. Emerson Lombardo talking about brain foods in the produce section

Give the gift of red and green Juice Plus®  from Dr. Nancy’s webpage:    http://ne31058.juiceplus.com/


Maria Shriver in Boston for Move for Minds June 3, 2018

Posted by on Jun 27, 2018 in Brain Health Blog, Events & Speeches, In the News, More | 0 comments

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Alzheimer’s Disease International meeting April 2017 in Kyoto Japan

Posted by on Jun 28, 2017 in Brain Health Blog, In the News | 0 comments

Here are a few photos of my friends and colleagues.  We are all touched by Alzheimer’s disease across the...

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Join me for Move for Minds event June 4 at Equinox in Boston or 7 other cities

Posted by on May 19, 2017 in Brain Health Blog, Events & Speeches | 0 comments

Join me in Boston….or one of 7 other cities…or virtually.   Help Maria Shriverraise funds for research to learn why women are at greater risk of Alzheimer’s disease. ONE DAY. EIGHT CITIES. MILLIONS IMPACTED. JUNE 4, 2017 Boston  |  Dallas  |  Los Angeles  |  Miami  |  New York Orange County  |  San Francisco  |  Washington DC Move for Minds™ focuses on the mind/body connection while raising funds to wipe out Alzheimer’s, a disease that disproportionately affects...

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MPN Holiday Recipes Featured on MariaShriver.com

Posted by on Dec 7, 2016 in Brain Health Blog | 0 comments

5 Recipes from our just published “Brain Healthy Foods for the Holidays” were featured as Thanksgiving recipes on MariaShriver.com on November 23, 2016 and may be republished in mid December.   The colorful “Scallops and Warm Fruit Salsa,” which can be used as either an entree or as an appetizer, was also featured on Maria’s “Sunday Paper” published on December 4, 2016. To order our new book, visit The Store.  If you order by December 18 we will ship to you or the...

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Maria Shriver initiates Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement website

Posted by on Dec 7, 2016 in Brain Health Blog | 0 comments

   To celebrate Thanksgiving this year Maria Shriver initiated a wonderful new website dedicated to advancing the cause of the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement. In addition, go to mariashriver.com and sign up to receive Maria’s thoughtful, mind expanding weekly “Sunday Paper.”   One of our holiday recipes was featured on Dec.4, 2016. Most of people with Alzheimer’s disease as well as their caregivers are women.   In early November, 2016 Maria spoke at a first of its kind...

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