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KNITTABLES's Photo KNITTABLES Posts: 37,117
12/5/11 2:12 A

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Good to know, thanks for sharing.

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email me at: knittables@shaw.ca
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SUSAN727's Photo SUSAN727 Posts: 1,824
12/1/11 9:39 A

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I thought it was interesting to read that we can build new brain cells even.



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WALKINGGRANDMA's Photo WALKINGGRANDMA Posts: 20,816
12/1/11 12:03 A

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Walking is a great way to boost brain power. Physical activity of many kinds helps but dancing, walking, running, and challenging physical activity really help us keep our brains active as well.

Reading, doing crossword and sudoku puzzles help us keep our brains active, playing cards, adding, and other things that challenge us mentally help us keep our brains active.

Senior moments can still happen, but we can do many things to keep our minds as alive and busy as our bodies.

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Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken.
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You will never "find" time for anything. If you want time, you must make it.
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ORGANIC811LFRV's Photo ORGANIC811LFRV Posts: 4,483
11/30/11 7:59 A

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Nutritional support for brain and body function, including the emotions is a diet high in raw or lightly cooked plant based whole food non-processed sources. Raw is best. Green smoothies is one way to get all your requirements in 32 ozs.

Karen - The Green Smoothie Loving High Carb Low Fat Raw Organic Vegan Co-Leader Low Fat Raw Vegan : www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_i
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FOR RAW FOOD SUCCESS READ 80/10/10 BY DR. DOUG GRAHAM! EAT FRUIT! CARB UP!


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11/30/11 7:45 A

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Beat Brain Fog As You Age
We all have those moments when we forget where we put our glasses, blank on a friend's name, or discover at the supermarket that we've left the shopping list at home.
Such occasional lapses are common, especially once we hit our forties. And while it may be alarming to have a "senior moment" now and then, the good news is that we are not destined to increased memory gaps as we age. Research shows that by keeping your brain healthy with the right diet, and exercising it to keep cognitive function strong, you can boost memory and brainpower.

Living a Healthy and Active Life style, Reach my Goal and very Happy with my Body,my eating habits,Fresh Fruits, Lot's of Green vegetables,drink 8 To 10 glasses of water daily.


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