Archive for the ‘Brain Health’ Category


Can You Fast Your Way to Optimal Brain Health?

Posted on June 22nd, 2012 by comadm  |  4 Comments »

Fasting for two days a week may be beneficial in tons of ways. According to a featured article in the Daily Mail, fasting helps trigger protective processes in the brain, which are similar to those you get from exercising. Fasting, defined not as abstaining from all food but as a dramatic reduction of calorie intake […]


Dr. Joseph Mercola’s Top 7 Brain Foods

Posted on September 17th, 2010 by comadm  |  6 Comments »

Feeding your brain usually means reading books, studying, and engaging in intellectually-stimulating activities. But you can also literally feed your brain. While there is no single food that will instantly increase your IQ or permanently preserve your memory, regularly consuming certain foods will help keep your brain healthy and enhance your mental faculties. Natural health […]


How Surfing the Internet Helps Protect Your Brain

Posted on October 23rd, 2009 by comadm  |  No Comments »

Scientists have discovered a new way of protecting the brain: going online. Researchers at UCLA’s Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior found that older adults who started surfing the Web experienced improved brain function after only a few days. According to iBrain study co-author Dr. Gary Small, it’s beneficial to teach an old brain […]