The brain is one of the most important part of the body. Since it’s so important, keeping it healthy should be a priority. The following is an outline of the ways one can keep the brain healthy. Exercising Aerobic training has been found to increase connectivity in the temporal lobe in a year, in a group of college-aged young adults by simply walking. Meanwhile, a more vigorous intensity aerobic exercise, like running for 30 minutes, led to faster reaction times and vocabulary learning. Women who were aged 65 and over were less likely to develop cognitive decline if they were physically active.
The mental benefits of exercise are not just for adults, but for kids, too. Exercise is crucial for kids’ developing brains. Those who get more exercise tend to get better grades, have better concentration, and even get a better night’s sleep. Exercise also spurs the development of new nerve cells and increases the connections between brain cells (synapses). This results in brains that are more efficient, plastic, and adaptive, which translates into better performance in aging animals. Exercise also lowers blood pressure, improves cholesterol levels, fights diabetes, and reduces mental stress, all of which can help your brain as well as your heart. Continue reading →
I believe choosing the best diet varies on an individual basis. There are many different factors pertaining to your health and also the molecular structure of your body that will help you in determining the best way to cater to your needs.
According to new research and publisher Lee Euler, coconut oil and a ketogenic diet can help fight against cancer. The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, adequate-protein, low-carbohydrate diet that in medicine is used primarily to treat difficult-to-control epilepsy in children. The diet forces the body to burn fats rather than carbohydrates. Lee Euler explains how this can also help fight cancer.
Eating healthy is not only helpful in the process to losing weight, there are many more favorable outcomes from eating healthy. For all of us that get scared by those two words, eating healthy does not mean going on a diet or deprive yourself, more like eating in a balanced moderated way. You can start slow, set short term goals such as eating a fruit a day or not flooding your salad with dressing. Slowly but surely it will become easier and more enjoyable to eat healthy. Continue reading →