Keep Moving to Fight Memory Loss

There are many ways to help prevent cognitive decline and keep your gray matter in top shape.

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Research has shown a combination of activities and lifestyle choices may keep the brain healthy. Here are some ways to keep your mind agile and your memory resilient:

1. Participate in recreational activities like chess, book clubs and discussion groups that encourage conversation and interaction

2. Implement activities that require planning and forethought like gardening and scrapbooking

3. Challenge yourself to complete common activities in reverse order or with the opposite hand (i.e. brushing teeth, getting dressed, etc.)

4. Keep low-impact aerobic activities like dancing, cycling and swimming as part of your routine

Don’t Forget to Remember

Recent studies have shown a strong correlation between vascular health and the influence of an active lifestyle. There are also activities that have been proven to increase memory retention. Give these a try and see if you experience improved memory capacity:

1. Stay mentally active by working puzzles, learning to play a musical instrument or taking alternate routes when driving

2. Socialize regularly with loved ones and friends or by volunteering with people of various ages

3. Keep your appointments, tasks and other events organized in a single place or notebook

4. Focus on one task at a time and give it your full attention

5. Eat a healthy diet and include supplements like ReversAge® to promote youthfulness

6. Make regular checkups at your doctor a part of your routine, particularly if you are managing chronic conditions

You’re only as old as you feel, so treat your body well and remember to laugh and play. Surround yourself with young friends (especially the young at heart) and don’t be afraid to act like a kid. When you reconnect with your younger self, you’ll think and feel your best!

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Science & Health Today: Turn Back the Clock Through Healthy Aging

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September is Healthy Aging Month, a national observance to encourage practices for healthy aging in all aspects of life — mental, physical, social and financial — especially for individuals 45 and up. The U.S. population of individuals over the age of 45 is growing and now includes members of Gen X as well as Boomer and Mature generations. No matter your age, it’s never too late or too early to take charge of your health and lead a more vibrant life. Continue reading “Science & Health Today: Turn Back the Clock Through Healthy Aging”

My Story: Holly Stern

Holly Stern of Portland, Oregon, a professional violinist, shares her thoughts on Reliv.

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Reliv Regimen: Reliv Now®,Innergize!®, FibRestore®, LunaRich X™, Arthaffect®, ProVantage®, 24K™, ReversAge®

Seeing the Proof
I was introduced to Reliv by my father-in-law. He and his wife moved into a retirement center because of her joint discomfort. Someone there said, “We’ve got something for that.” After using Reliv, they were able to move out to independent living again when she was nearly 84.

Giving It a Try
My husband began taking Reliv, but I was already taking a powdered supplement. We traveled for Christmas and didn’t want to bring both, so I used his Reliv. My body told me, “This is the good stuff; don’t go back.”

Feeling the Difference
Reliv has given me more energy and mental focus and boosted my immune system. I think people who haven’t used Reliv don’t understand how good health really feels!

Turning Back the Clock with Optimal Nutrition

SubscribeButton-webS&HT_TurnClock_blogThere may not be a fountain of youth, but you can choose to live a healthy, active lifestyle to prevent the signs and symptoms of aging. Taking good care of your skin, cardiovascular health and mind – on down to the cellular level – can keep some of the less desirable parts of aging at bay. Continue reading “Turning Back the Clock with Optimal Nutrition”

3 Tips for Healthy Aging

SubscribeButton-webVances From surgically-altered Hollywood stars — to advertisements for drastic anti-aging treatments, we constantly feel the pressure to stay young. But if we take care of our bodies from the inside, we can embrace aging instead of fearing it! Continue reading “3 Tips for Healthy Aging”