Learn the three foundational areas that will support your optimal brain health: blood glucose, blood pressure, and low levels of inflammation. Find out the five key lifestyle changes that can quickly improve each area. Get details on choosing the best health-based actions for you and learn how to implement lifestyle changes quickly and easily. Once you’ve addressed each of these areas, you will see a marked improvement in memory, mood, sleep, clarity, and more.
(00:00) – How to Boost Your Brain
(00:24) – The 3 Foundations of Brain Health
(02:04) – What is Hypertension?
(04:39) – Hypertension and brain fog
(05:25) – Hypertension and erectile dysfunction
(11:39) – How to manage hypertension more naturally?
(12:29) – Blood glucose levels, optimal and risk
(16:49) – Alzheimer’s risk factors
(20:24) – Blood glucose 7, Diabetes
(21:07) – Third foundation of brain health
(22:25) – Chronic inflammation, how to manage it?
(25:49) – Common sources of inflammation in the body
(28:48) – Food and the immune system
(30:28) – Gluten and dairy
(32:04) – Benefits of chronic inflammation for adults
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