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.
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 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/
Selected Survey Results from 50 Amazing Place Participants (November, 2013) Item Number Responding % Yes % So-so / Maybe % No % Other Say Eating Healthy is Important/Very Important 49 93% – 4% 2% Enjoying Helping Decide New Foods 48 68% 21% 10% Fewer Red Meats/More Seafood? 47 52% 33% 15% More Vegetables Than Meat? 48 42% 17% 37% 4% Beans/Lentils Good for You? 47 81% 13% 6% Eat Too Many Sweets Here? 48 12.5% – 87.5% Love or Like Fruit as a Dessert? 48 85% 8% 6% Amazing...Read More
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