Is Your Genetic Health Path Predetermined? The Brain Warrior's Way Podcast Explores with Leeza Gibbons
When you stop learning, your brain starts dying
In the latest episode of The Brain Warrior's Way Podcast, TV personality Leeza Gibbons joins Dr. Daniel Amen and Tana Amen to discuss the risk of Alzheimer's disease and share insights on how to keep your brain sharp at any age. Gibbons emphasizes that everyone is at risk of cognitive decline, but there are practical steps we can take to prevent or treat major risk factors that steal our minds.
One of these factors is blood flow, which is crucial to brain health. Gibbons recommends eating foods like beets, cayenne pepper, and rosemary to increase blood flow and promote brain health. Additionally, the link between diet and brain function is highlighted, with Dr. Amen and Tana Amen emphasizing the importance of protein and healthy fats in maintaining brain health. The impact of inflammation on brain health is also discussed, with Gibbons noting the connection between gum disease and inflammation.
The episode also delves into the role of genetics in brain health, with Dr. Amen and Tana Amen emphasizing that even those with the e4 gene can take steps to reduce their risk of cognitive decline. The episode is informative, empowering, and thought-provoking, providing practical steps for listeners to maintain their brain health and reduce their risk of cognitive decline. As Gibbons reminds listeners, when you stop learning, your brain starts dying.
Listen to the full episode now here on alcoholfree.com to learn more about how to keep your brain sharp at any age.