Forty-five-12 month old brain expert shows how
he eats like a 'SuperAger' to stay 'sharp and focused' every day
There is a group of human durability
researchers called "SuperAgers", who are over 80 years old but have the cognitive function of people many years younger.
SuperAgers are a very good example of the
ways genetics and lifestyle choices play a role in how long the mind lasts.
In my eBook, "Age-Proofing the Mind," I find out how they keep
their brains younger, boost immunity and memory, and fight neurological disorders like dementia
I also put his behavior into practice in my own
routine, especially in regards to the weight loss program and exercise.
I wake up at 7:00 a.m. m. and instead of having an espresso, I
have a tall glass of water. Our brain is made up of more than 70% water
After a 10-minute walk in the fresh air, I devour a high-protein
breakfast. Some of my favorite morning meals include:
I tackle my toughest and most innovative tasks early in the day,
when my mind is on high alert. I try to take minute stretch breaks every 30 minutes
In case my strength starts to fail, I usually have some healthy
snacks nearby, such as hummus, raw vegetables, almonds, walnuts, bananas, and cottage cheese.
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