You can super-boost your brain and get it to work like it did five, 10, 15, even 20 years ago — using nothing more than a simple deck of playing cards.
And that’s just one of many simple, enjoyable card games you’ll find in Dr. David Perlmutter’s best-seller, The Better Brain Book: The Best Tools for Improving Memory Sharpness and Preventing Aging of the Brain. With this book, you’ll remember numbers, names, and faces much more easily, and speed up your brain’s performance, too.
In this book by world-renowned neurologist David Perlmutter, M.D., FACN, you’ll discover how to stop brain dysfunction now. Find out how easy it is to reverse it (if it’s already started), and recover what you’ve already lost with this scientifically proven program of natural therapies.
You’ll see how to:
Boost your brain function with simple dietary and lifestyle changes (and easy brain workouts)…
Understand brain-health risk factors, including those you have control over…
Tailor a supplement program unique to your own needs…
Heal and reverse brain dysfunction and restore your youthful mental sharpness…
Dr. Perlmutter, a leader in the field of complementary medicine, has treated thousands of patients with issues ranging from mild memory loss and brain fog to severe neurological problems and Alzheimer’s disease. He’ll share with you:
How common prescription and over-the-counter drugs can be hazardous to your brain
Four medical tests that can literally save your brain from decay (ask for them during your annual physical exam)
Six simple steps to a better brain
Hidden risk factors that are hurting your mental performance now (and increasing your chances of neurological disease down the road)
The two culprits at the core of nearly all brain problems — from mild memory issues to Alzheimer’s
The single best fat for your brain
How wine, beer, or other alcoholic beverages may be beneficial to your brain
Foods that can actually make you smarter
Specific advice for those already affected by brain dysfunction: stroke, MS, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, ALS, and vascular dementia
Courtesy of NewsMax Health.