Brain Health

Experts say that maintaining a healthy brain requires a few different nutrition and lifestyle choices. First off, opting for healthy brain food, including healthy fats like omega-3s and lean proteins, is vital to providing nourishment for brain function. Regular exercise, as well as brainy activities like puzzles and books, can also keep your brain functioning well as you age. And don’t undercut the power of human relationships when it comes to keeping your brain strong—experts say socializing can be one of the most important tools in brain health. Turn to Project Wellness for advice about how to keep your brain healthy, how to nourish and exercise your brain and other brain health tips.

Better Brain Health (Video)

June 30, 2014
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Keeping your brain strong throughout your life can help slow cognitive decline as we age. Here, Dr. Brad Jacobs talk about the importance of social relationships, good sleep, a healthy diet and consistent exercise when it comes to brain health. In addition, he talks about supplements such as vitamin D, CoQ10 and B vitamins...

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Omega-3s for Better Health (Video)

May 19, 2014
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Learn why omega-3s are an important part of your diet. Here, Dr. Tieraona Low Dog talks about why you should be getting fish in your diet or supplementing with fish oil. Fish oil is especially vital during pregnancy and early childhood because it supports cognitive development and eye and nerve health, and can be...

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Ask the Practitioner: What Are Some Natural Remedies for Adult ADHD?

August 1, 2013
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Q. I have taken prescription stimulants for ADHD in the past, but would like to stop taking Ritalin and try a natural remedy instead. What can I take to help keep me focused on my work and other responsibilities during my hectic day? A. It’s great that you want to try more natural remedies!...

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Help After a Head Injury

July 12, 2013
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Help After a Head Injury

It seems that more attention is being brought to the effects of head/brain injuries these days. Depending on the severity of the injury, the effects of this trauma can last for months or even years. That’s why it’s important to know how to give the brain the nutrition and attention it needs after a...

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The Healthy Benefits of Omega-3s

The Healthy Benefits of Omega-3s

The reported health benefits of omega-3s keep piling up—from boosting heart health to improving memory and concentration. Omega-3s are considered “essential” fatty acids because our body needs them for a variety of bodily functions. Since we can’t make them on our own, however, we must get them through diet or supplementation. The two main...

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Mediterranean Diet May Reduce Cognitive Decline

Mediterranean Diet May Reduce Cognitive Decline

We often hear that the Mediterranean diet is a great way to eat—when done right, it can be packed with good fats, fiber, fruits, veggies and antioxidants, all of which can help boost heart health, reduce inflammation and help stave off chronic diseases According to a study published last year in the American Journal...

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Nordic Naturals Extends Their Environmental Commitment

Nordic Naturals Extends Their Environmental Commitment

We’re happy to say that one of our best-selling, and most practitioner-recommended brands of omega-3s is now even more eco-friendly. Nordic Naturals just announced that their new headquarters in Watsonville, Calif. earned LEED Gold certification from the US Green Building Council. Nordic Naturals is already well-known for their commitment to sustainably sourcing their fish...

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Brain Health Questions: How does stress affect brain health?

Brain Health Questions: How does stress affect brain health?

Our webinar with Dr. Bruce Price on July 27 sparked some interesting questions on brain health from our participants. Since Dr. Price wasn’t able to answer all of them during the webinar, we thought we’d tackle some common ones here. These answers come from Dr. Haythum Tayeb, a behavioral neurology and neuropsychiatry fellow in...

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Brain health questions: Is there a connection between ADHD & Alzheimer’s?

Brain health questions: Is there a connection between ADHD & Alzheimer’s?

Our webinar with Dr. Bruce Price on July 27 sparked some interesting questions on brain health from our participants. Since Dr. Price wasn’t able to answer all of them during the webinar, we thought we’d tackle some common ones here. These answers come from Dr. Haythum Tayeb, a behavioral neurology and neuropsychiatry fellow in...

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Webcast: Boost your Brain: How to maintain good memory & cognitive function as you age

August 12, 2011
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Join Dr. Bruce Price, associate professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, as he offers expert advice on supplements and lifestyle changes to keep your brain working smarter at any age. July 27, 2011 Click icon on bottom right to view full screen Download a PDF of the presentation >

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