Brain health is so important, but we often don’t think about it. When you’re young, your brain needs proper nutrition to grow and develop. As you age, your brain starts to change in many ways, but you still need proper nutrition. One study reports, “the volume of the brain and/or its weight declines with age at a rate of around 5% per decade after age 40.”1
However, you don’t have to worry because taking care of your brain is easier than you think.
Keep reading to learn how to increase your brain power.
Exercise, like aerobic training, weight training, and even yoga can contribute to a healthy brain. Studies show those who remain active have higher levels of brain proteins that enhance connections between neurons, improving memory and overall cognition.2
Choline is a vital nutrient for brain function and development, and an ingredient in 4Life’s RiteStart® Kids & Teens formula. It can also be found in many of the foods you already eat such as meat, fish, and vegetables.3 RiteStart Kids & Teens is a great way to boost kids' immune system and brain health during the school season.*
Whether you are a puzzle expert or not, research shows that regularly taking part in word or puzzle games can reinforce connections between brain cells, improve mental speed, and improve short term memory.4, 5 This activity is not only good for your brain, but it’s a relaxing hobby that can boost your mood, too!
Did you know that stress can affect your brain? One study revealed that over a 5-year period, increases in saliva cortisol (an indicator of stress) reduced hippocampal volume in the brain.6 This part of the brain plays a major role in learning and memory. For stress and brain support, try out 4Life Transfer Factor Reflexion ® , a blend tailored to help you cope with everyday stress, improve mood, and cognitive focus.
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