Brain Training Combined with Daily Intermittent Fasting Improves Cognition, Say Calorie Restriction Proponents at LivingTheCRWay.com
OSSINING, N.Y., March 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Known for giving very sharp, lucid interviews, the late Walter Breuning at 114 was the oldest man in the world. He followed a Daily Intermittent Fasting plan, eating a large breakfast, smaller lunch and then fasting until the next morning. His eating plan resonates with Brain Booster members of LivingTheCRWay.com, who find that some time away from food improves brain function. Brain Boosters focus on improving memory, processing speed, accuracy, and thought synchronization – while reducing risk of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Huntington’s diseases and dementia.
“When scientists or doctors make discoveries that can affect people’s lives positively, LivingTheCRWay invites them to host live teleconferences that are friendly conversations with the members. Participants have time to ask questions that matter to them,” says Paul McGlothin, President of LivingTheCRWay.com. He continues, “A short fast to improve brain health was inspired by the work of Dr. Mark Mattson, Chief Neurobiologist of the National Institute on Aging.” Listen as Dr. Mattson discusses the research that helped LivingTheCRWay create its Brain Booster plan: Calorie Restriction for a Better Brain (http://rs1475.freeconferencecall.com/fcc/cgi-bin/play.mp3/4242038075-965256-17.mp3).
The Brain Booster program includes:
- Healthful, delicious meals – food and recipe suggestions to improve brain function
- Low Blood Glucose – glucose control plans to promote formation of new neurons while reducing risk of Alzheimer’s and other neurological diseases
- Daily Intermittent Fasting – safe ketone production, facilitating learning while protecting neurons from dangerous oxidative stress
- Stress Reduction – decline in neuron-damaging stress while the cerebral cortex size increases and circulation improves
- Circadian Optimization – Better concentration when needed, with easier bed-time relaxation and more restorative sleep
- Improved neural synchrony – better coordination of thought processes
The LivingTheCRWay Brain Booster teleconference on April 3, features Dr. Emily Rogalski, PhD, of Northwestern University, who recently identified a select group of “SuperAgers” in their 80s who perform better on tested cognitive functions than people 30 years younger. People of all ages who want to boost their brain power can find out more by calling 877-841-4841 or emailing Info@LivingTheCRWay.com
(http://store.livingthecrway.com/how-fast-are-you-aging-and-what-you-can-do-about-it/) a citizen science study, launched in partnership with the CR Society International. Additional LivingTheCRWay memberships include Healthful Weight Loss, Optimal Health, Longevity Level, and Diabetes Intervention.
LivingTheCRWay.com (http://www.livingthecrway.com/landing.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fhome.aspx) makes it easy to put science into practice for more years of great health. Departing from dehumanized electronic communications – LivingTheCRWay is a friendly, holistic online community. Members enjoy delicious, healthful lifestyles that include live, supportive teleconferences – often with a leader in the world of science and health
Contact: Paul McGlothin Email 914-762-8878 Meredith Averill Email 877-481-4841
Twitter: Living the CR Way@p mcglothin
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