NEW STUDY SHOWS THAT EATING GREENS HELPS ENORMOUSLY TO IMPROVE YOUR BRAIN HEALTH
In our Train Your Brain, Master Your Life workshop, you will learn, through combining the principles of Holotropic Breathwork with the latest advances in the science of perception, memory and quantum theory, how to “rewire your brain” and consciously program your mind to create the new neural pathways to create the future of your dreams. However, there are also other things that have been scientifically proven to contribute significantly to improve your brain health.
Regular Exercise Is Necessary To Improve Your Brain Health
The first is cardiovascular exercise which maintains a healthy blood flow through the brain. A brisk walk or doing some bike riding are both great, anything which elevates your heart rate
“Use It Or Lose It” – Improve Your Brain Health Through Increasing The Amount Of Novelty In Your Life
The second thing is to do things that require learning new skills on a regular basis. It seems the adage “use it or lose it” applies to the brain also. The brain is designed to learn and grow. When we do things that we already know how to do, most of our actions are unconscious and do not require the conscious brain to do any work. Have you ever been driving somewhere and at a certain point noticed that you have driven for a period of time but have no recollection of what happened during that time period, i.e. the last thing you remember is being a couple of miles further back? Your unconscious brain has been looking out for you. This is true of the multitude of things we do every day that we have done thousands of times. It does not take conscious thought to brush our teeth, tie our shoelaces, etc. So, no matter what age you are, you need to exercise your conscious mind the same way you need to exercise your body to keep it healthy if you want to improve your brain health.
Train Your Brain, Improve Brain Health Through Eating More Greens
And now, a recent breakthrough study done by Martha Morris and published in the December 20th issue of Neurology has shown that there is a third thing that you can do. The study studied over 1000 people average age 81 and studied how eating spinach or kale/collards/greens affected thinking and memory. Over 10 years of follow-up, the rate of decline for those who ate the most leafy greens was significantly slowed, the equivalent to being 11 years younger in age. The results remained valid after accounting for other factors that could affect brain health, such as seafood and alcohol consumption, smoking, etc etc.