Friday, August 15, 2014

Neuroplasticity & The Science Behind MindWorks

I'm back -

Have you been wondering where I have been?  Some of you may remember that I have been busy finishing my Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Wellness with a focus on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) at the University of Minnesota.  This program couldn't be a better fit for me as I have dedicated my life to informing and inspiring people how they can take responsibility for their own health.

One of the topics I have studied and found extremely interesting is neuroplasticity.  What the heck is that you ask?  Neuroplasticity is a term that is used to describe changes in the brain. Throughout our lives our brain and mind are constantly changing.  The brain's neurological pathways have control over all of the body processes.  As we age, however, the brain shrinks and we lose neural connections between the brain cells.  This normal aging process can lead to mental decline.

The good news is that are simple lifestyle interventions that we can take to slow this normal aged-related mental decline.  They are -

1) Eating a healthy diet

2) Exercising our bodies and brains regularly

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3) Supplementing with Shaklee's new MindWorks product.

You can learn more about this new product from MIT trained neuroscientist, Dr. Laurel Fischer, PHD and Dr. Bruce Daggy, PHD by watching The Science Behind MindWorks video below.

Please contact me if you have any questions or would like to give this product a try at