In our modern high-speed world the amount of information our brain must filter through is growing so fast it’s getting harder to focus on what really matters.

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AWAKEN YOUR MIND

Six Keys to Optimal Brain Health


01. MOVE YOUR BODY


You know physical health is important, but did you know brain health and general physical health are closely linked? Science has shown that regular exercise helps you boost blood flow throughout your body and brain to support the growth of new brain cells.



Stimulate your brain’s health by doing the following:

  • Walk for 15 – 30 minutes daily to relieve stress.
  • Exercise vigorously for 30 minutes, 2-4 times per week.
  • Get between seven to eight hours of sleep each night.
  • Stay or work towards being tobacco free.
  • See your doctor regularly.
  • Seek to reach and maintain a healthy bodyweight.
  • 02. YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT


    You don’t need to be a nutrition expert to appreciate this; when it comes to feeding your mind, understanding the role certain foods types have on brain function is fundamental. 

    Brain-healthy food tips:

  • Diets low in saturated fats and cholesterol, and rich in polyunsaturated omega-3 fatty acids may have a protective effect on brain cells and overall brain health.
  • Opt for healthy fats that are found in olive oil and fatty fish like salmon. Avoid saturated and trans fats.
  • Even in the absence of diabetes or glucose intolerance, higher levels of blood sugar may harm the brain and disrupt memory function.
  • Choose lean proteins like, chicken, turkey, fish and low fat cottage cheese. Protein foods provide amino acids necessary for the health and regeneration of brain messaging neurotransmitters.

  • After digestion, carbohydrates become glucose and raise blood sugar. Eating carbs that contain fiber like vegetables, while decreasing portion sizes of starches such as potatoes, rice and pasta are best for keeping blood sugar in a normal range.
  • Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, but make servings roughly the size of your fist.
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