In today’s society, stress, poor nutrition, and lack of sleep, have left us drained of energy, in bad moods, anxious, and unable to think clearly.
In fact, it’s estimated that several billion people have psychological stress.
Tens of millions have serious brain conditions like dementia & Alzheimer’s.
Brain health is now a major problem… but fortunately, there are solutions.
Scientists have found that there are some simple things you can do to keep your brain sharp, alert & focused, into your 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, and beyond.
It’s funny, people know to exercise, eat well, and take fish oil to prevent heart disease, and avoid sugar and refined foods to prevent diabetes.
But almost nobody knows the basics on how to prevent dementia.
In the Better Brain Blueprint, you will learn the science-backed secrets behind protecting, healing, and keeping your brain sharp for years to come.
You’ll be able to preserve your memory, enjoy more energy, think clearer, feel so much more better, and overall have a much better quality of life.
This series is the Blueprint to keeping your brain sharp at any age.
It’s hosted by New York Times bestselling author Dr. Austin Perlmutter, and features the leading brain health experts from around the world.
Better brain health is possible, and this is where you will find the blueprint.
You’ll also discover:
- How to harness your brain’s ability to rewire itself, at any age
- Why modern food (that our ancestors didn’t eat) is toxic to the brain
- How bacteria that live in your mouth can adversely affect your brain
- Why sleep is the quickest tool for rapidly enhancing brain function
- The role that estrogen and testosterone play in our brain health
- How contraceptives and hormone replacements damage the brain
- The impact that brain inflammation has on our mood and memory
- How air pollution, skin creams, and pesticides affect your brain
- The simple thing you can do each day to reduce dementia risk 50%
- One easy daily routine you can use to boost your brain function
- Why so many people have conditions like depression and anxiety
- How coffee and alcohol negatively influence your brain’s health
- Common supplement myths, and which ones actually help you