“Agelessness is all about vitality, the creative force that gives birth to new life. Vitality is our natural state. Taking all the right supplements and pills, or getting the right procedure done, isn’t the prescription for anti-aging. It’s ageless living that brings back a sense of vibrancy and youthfulness.”
Though we talk about wanting to “age gracefully,” the truth is that when it comes to getting older, we’re programmed to dread an inevitable decline: in our health, our looks, our sexual relationships, even the pleasure we take in living life. Continue reading
Is it true that we were given a certain number of brain cells and that was it for life? Don’t humans grow new brain cells?
In this video, Dr. David Perlmutter explores the exciting ability that we possess to grow brain cells, a process called neurogenesis. Not just that, we also retain this ability throughout our entire lifetimes.
So what can we do to increase neurogenesis? Watch this …
About David Perlmutter, M.D., FACN
Dr. David Perlmutter is recognized internationally as a leader in the field of nutritional influences in neurological disorders. A board-certified neurologist, Dr. Perlmutter is the author of the #1 New York Times Bestselling book Grain Brain and the author of Power Up Your Brain: The Neuroscience of Enlightenment and The Better Brain Book . His new book Brain Maker is due out in April. Take a look here and pre-order today!
Dr. Perlmutter has appeared on 20/20, Larry King Live, CNN, Fox News, Fox and Friends , the Today show, The Oprah Show, and The Early Show on CBS. He serves as medical director of the Perlmutter Health Center in Florida and is an adjunct instructor at the Institute for Functional Medicine.
A researcher from Baylor University discovered from his study on 50 years of sleep research that sound sleep in young and middle-aged people helps memory and learning, but as they hit Continue reading
More exciting news about resveratrol.
Researchers from Texas A&M Health Science Center found that the compound found in red grapes, red wine, peanuts and some berries may help prevent age-related decline in memory.