Bacopa is an herb originally from India and a component of many ancient Ayurvedic formulations. Its use, dating back to 2,500 BC, includes a tonic formula to stimulate cognitive function and prolong longevity. Numerous clinical [...]
A new study suggests that older adults who supplement daily with curcumin improve their memory and attention. You may know curcumin as the active component of turmeric (Curcuma longa) and for giving curry its bright [...]
Parents often start their children early by getting them into the first dance class opening they can find. Whether it’s ballet lessons, or an intro to hip-hop class, dance allows kids to transfer their jumpy energy into learning coordination and skill. But what about parents?
Also referred to as “Indian saffron” or “Indian solid gold,” turmeric is derived from the rhizome plant Curcuma longa and is immediately associated with colorful Indian and Asian curries. But did you know that turmeric is also responsible for the color of mustard as well as functioning as a clothing dye?
Your muscles use a fair amount of oxygen. But they’re no match for your brain. That’s why newer studies on vegetable nitrates for blood flow support are looking beyond athletic performance and evaluating brain health benefits.
How early should you start thinking about cognitive and memory problems? Some studies suggest that most people start to notice lapses in memory, learning, attention, and decision making as early as in their thirties.
Napping may be thought of as being unproductive and lazy, but it’s one of the most effective ways to restore your brain’s power. Scientific studies have found that napping can restore wakefulness, promote learning, boost memory, reverse the hormonal impact of a night of poor sleep, and reduce stress.
The Isagenix Brain and Sleep Support System was specially designed to support cognitive function and brain health. This podcast features the formulator of this amazing product, Dr. Michael Colgan! Dr. Colgan is a world-renowned research scientist and a leading expert on the inhibition of aging.
Do you ever forget where you left your keys? Everyone forgets things from time to time, but commonplace experiences like these can serve as a reminder of why it’s so important to protect the health of your brain.
It shouldn’t be surprising that walking is good for you, but can it really help you age more gracefully? Growing evidence suggests that by walking as little as 30 minutes every day, most days of week, you can gain a range of mental and physical health benefits.