Our lives seem to be focused on considering the future. There is great benefit, however, in disengaging from future-oriented thinking and staying in the present. How can you do this?
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We’re often told that there is no meaningful treatment for #AlzheimersDisease. When we think about reducing risk, a study on Midlife Cardiovascular Fitness and Dementia in @GreenJournal points to exercise as a potent lifestyle choice. #Movementl8r.it/HQNS
There’s a lot of discussion in the health community about things like intermittent fasting, time-restricted eating, and caloric restriction. Functional medicine doctor @drwillcole explores these topics on my podcast.
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Onions are a food we either love or hate. Well, I’m quite passionate about them and they are actually a very healthy choice.
Learn why you should consider them from a gut health standpoint:
Empathy is a key determinant in the quality of our relationships. Did you know that more interpersonal empathy predicts greater satisfaction in romantic relationships, and it's also linked to more supportive friendships? #Connectionl8r.it/i81e
An astonishing 8-9% of American adults have at least one event of major depression each year. So I embrace and support all the new research demonstrating the profound effectiveness of a single dose of psilocybin.
We know that diet affects heart attack risk and blood sugar control, but does it really impact our brain? The answer is “yes.”
Learn about a recent study that evaluated the relationship between the Mediterranean diet and risk of #AlzheimersDisease.
Quick-fix solutions like fast food or social media appeal to the part of ourselves that love instant gratification. Luckily, we can change the relationship with our brain and even rewire it!
Learn how: l8r.it/RBkX#BrainHealth#Prevention
You may suddenly be hearing a lot about psychedelic medicines, but research has actually been happening in this space since the early 1960s. 🍄🔬
Learn about a recent study that compared microdosers to non-microdosers: l8r.it/VDeE7YJ
Early exposure to sugar may significantly influence food preferences for a lifetime. Let’s be judicious and choose wisely with our infants and young children.
More details 🔗: l8r.it/7m9I9 #noaddedsugarrP
In case you missed my interview with NYT best-selling author of Genius Foods @maxlugavere, I encourage you to watch our conversation about sugar and preventing chronic disease.
Check out the full video: l8r.it/nOCG#Prevention
For optimal health, I recommend sleep. It’s simple and powerful. Here’s why:
😴 Sleep duration and quality impact inflammation levels
😴 Memory is the main cognitive domain affected by sleepl8r.it/bWhQx1n
That means prevention is key. So, what is the number one modifiable risk factor for #AlzheimersDisease and other related dementias? Obesity during midlife.
Let’s empower one another to stay active and eat healthy. Read more: l8r.it/p8EV.
Do not say goodbye to all fats. Instead, identify which ones to keep.
🥥 Skip inflammatory oils and opt for alternatives like olive oil
🐟Get more Omega-3s in your diet through fish or DHA supplements l8r.it/aw0thm5
You’ve probably heard of the term free radicals. Damage to our tissues by free radicals is thought to underlie the process of aging. How do we turn on our natural healing?
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Type 2 diabetes is generally considered a consequence of lifestyle choices. Though it may be uncomfortable to recognize, we can take control of our health. Let’s focus on prevention first. Here are some tips:
In my interview with @DrGundry, we talk about the popular saying “everything in moderation.”
But, do we want moderate dementia, moderate heart disease and moderate arthritis?
Watch now: l8r.it/bsY2#Prevention#BrainHealth
Risk for dementia begins to decline at even the lowest levels of daily walking. There’s no need to beat yourself up over the number of steps you take. Just be sure to take them often! Read more: