How To Maintain A Healthy Brain

[podcast src=”” width=”100%” height=”90″ scrolling=”no” class=”podcast-class” frameborder=”0″ placement=”top” use_download_link=”” download_link_text=”” primary_content_url=”″ theme=”custom” custom_color=”a0e6cf” libsyn_item_id=”19311656″ /]Let’s welcome Ed Park, the Founder and President of NeuroReserve. NeuroReserve makes Relevate, a nutritional supplement that restores vital nutrients for healthy brain aging. Ed talks about how maintain a healthy brain by taking action in our own lives.

Many people don’t realize that two thirds of the people diagnosed with dementia are women. Knowledge is power, and that’s why it’s important to be aware of this. There are many things we can do to maintain a healthy brain and reduce our chances of getting dementia. These include a healthy diet, regular exercise, proper sleep, and reduced stress.

Nutrition is one of the most important ways by which one can decrease their risk of neurodegenerative diseases. Nutritional supplements aren’t a replacement for a good diet, but they are a practical tool for those who need a boost to the diet they already have. Relevate is based on the strongest evidence on brain-protective dietary patterns. 

Ed shares the effects of Relevate and what to expect when taking it, including Ed’s own experience and the clients that take Relevate every day. Relevate isn’t intended to be a “miracle cure,” and they make sure to let their customers know that it’s something you need to be taking for the long haul. Ed believes in a multifactorial approach in supporting brain health, including nutrition, supplements, proper sleep, and exercise. Brain training by learning new skills or playing brain-stimulating games are also helpful avenues explore. For those who feel discouraged, it’s important to remember that there are so many resources out there for you to learn how to maintain a heathy brain. 

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About the Host

I too, struggled in my late 40s when I hit peri-menopause! I was experiencing all those not-so-fun physical changes in my body, as well as mental and emotional fatigue. What worked for me before was not working anymore. 

And the mainstream wellness advice I was following was not for women my age but for women years younger. I also realized very quickly that there is no one formula that works for all women. We are all different and need a customized approach. This aha moment was the first step to my transformation…