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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 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/


Exercise Slows Progression of Tau in People with Early Alzheimer’s! No Drug Can Do This.

Posted by on Dec 19, 2015 in Brain Health Blog, More | 0 comments

AEROBIC EXERCISE SLOWS PROGRESSION 1) Exciting results of Randomized Clinical Trial (RCT) exercise study shows participating in 6 months of aerobic exercise reduced CSF (Cerebral Spinal Fluid) levels of abnormal Tau in Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI). Abnormal Tau is one of two abnormal proteins that define Alzheimer’s pathology. Previous studies by the same group showed exercise improved the other abnormal protein, amyloid beta.  Many cases of MCI of the amnestic type progress to full...

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Posted by on Feb 25, 2015 in Brain Health Blog | 0 comments

TIPS FOR DELICIOUS HOLIDAY BRAIN FOODS   During Holiday times we share food with the people we care about the most – family and friends, as well as work colleagues and clients.  So why not make our holiday foods healthy as well as delicious. Holiday brain food ideas follow the Memory Preservation Nutrition® program developed by Dr. Nancy Emerson Lombardo based on the latest evidence. Research shows that brain foods can boost your brain health at ANY age.  Our team at HealthCare Insights, LLC, and the...

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BRAIN HEALTHY FOODS For the Holidays – amazingly delicious recipes

Posted by on Dec 19, 2014 in Brain Health Blog, Recipes | 0 comments

Announcing: Ready to Order for the Holidays Will ship in time for Christmas BRAIN HEALTHY FOODS  For the Holidays – amazingly delicious recipes By Nancy Emerson Lombardo, Ph.D Brain Health and Wellness Center® Design by Lizia Santos   This 50 page booklet authored by Dr. Nancy Emerson Lombardo and the Brain Health and Wellness Center® with the help of her food-loving colleagues, is chock full of delicious recipes and menu ideas perfect for planning holiday meals for your friends and families. ...

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Survey’s from Amazing Place

Posted by on Apr 25, 2014 in Brain Health Blog | 0 comments

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...

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Miriam Aronson, Ed.D., In Memoriam

Posted by on Sep 15, 2013 in Brain Health Blog | 0 comments

A sad update is that one of our most outstanding, passionate, and dedicated heroine’s in the Alzheimer’s world, and my close friend, Miriam Aronson, Ed.D., died on July 25th of complications  of routine shoulder surgery 4 months earlier (initiated by a major infection contracted in the hospital).  Miriam loved and prized her 3 sons, daughters in law and 7 grandchildren plus extended family; she was surrounded by loving family when she died. As her friend over the years I was privileged to...

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