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.
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University Of Alabama Study Shows Mediterranean Diet Adherence Helps Both Caucasians And African Americans Reduce Risk Of Cognitive Decline.
Subtitle: Epidemiological Study with over 17,000 people in the Stroke belt; People with Diabetes Type II show different results by Nancy Emerson Lombardo, Ph.D. © 2013 This is the largest study yet done on the Mediterranean diet, it focused on brain health and included many African Americans as well as Caucasians. Neurologist Georgios Tsivgoulis, MD, who is on the faculty at both University of Alabama and the University of Athens, in Athens, Greece, led this important special purpose analysis of...Read More
by Nancy B. Emerson Lombardo, Ph.D. © 2013 Nancy B. Emerson Lombardo and Brain Health and Wellness Center® One way to start eating healthier is by planning ahead and keeping healthy snacks at the office, or in your car, so you are snacking on healthy foods instead of sugary drinks and sugar laden foods that increase your risk of heart disease, diabetes, cognitive problems, and increase inflammation in your joints and throughout your body. Remember you don’t have to give up your favourite...Read More
What is the difference between the Mediterranean Diet and Dr. Nancy’s Memory Preservation Nutrition® program?
© 2013 Nancy B. Emerson Lombardo and Brain Health and Wellness Center® My readers may ask, what is the difference between the Mediterranean Diet and Dr. Nancy’s Memory Preservation Nutrition® program. The simplest answer is, the two are compatible. If one followed the basic Mediterranean Diet one would be quite close to realizing the Memory Preservation Nutrition program, although most descriptions of the Med Diet fail to mention the importance of the herbs and spices used as key...Read More
by Nancy B. Emerson Lombardo, Ph.D. © 2013 Nancy B. Emerson Lombardo and Brain Health and Wellness Center® As for the type of nuts and seeds to eat in your pursuit of the Mediterranean Diet and following Dr. Nancy’s Memory Preservation Nutrition® program, choose your favorites so you will indeed eat them every day. The three used in the study are especially terrific, because walnuts are rich in the plant form of omega-3′s and almonds in vitamin E, and different healthy fats. Hazelnuts are...Read More
© 2013 Nancy B. Emerson Lombardo The Mediterranean Diet Study results suggest we should all be consuming about 1/4 cup of olive oil every day, and that it must be Extra Virgin Olive Oil. The cheaper processed olive oils have lost their potency; scientists believe that part of the power of EVOO is not just the healthy mono-unsaturated fats in the oil, but also all the potent antioxidants from the olives themselves…which are not present in the cheaper oils. Another recent study suggests that...Read More