Stave Off Dementia NOW (50 and Older Must-Read!)
Dear Turapür Today Reader,
We all ‘forget’ things from time to time.
Maybe it’s forgetting where you put your car keys… forgetting what day that important appointment is… or even letting your grandchild’s birthday accidentally slip your mind.
But for millions of Americans, occasional ‘forgetfulness’ can sometimes lead to a life-shattering disease like dementia.
We all know that there is no ‘cure’ for dementia yet…
Luckily, there is good news… especially if you’re a man or a woman in your 50’s.
You see, even if you’re concerned about your memory (or even has a family history of dementia), there are simple measures you can take NOW to stave off dementia long before it sets in for good!
According to a landmark study at Oxford University, getting fit and staying active – especially for folks in their 50’s – is key for staving off dementia.
In a study published in the journal PLOS Medicine, it was determined that those who lead an active lifestyle in their 50’s successfully LOWERED their risk of developing the life-altering brain condition decades later!
The researchers also found that other healthy habits developed in middle age – including eating and drinking healthily, quitting smoking and cutting salt intake – also play an important role in fending off dementia down the road.
In other words, developing and maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle is your best shot at keeping your brain healthy for years to come.
If you are already staying active regularly… keep it going!
And even if you don’t feel like a ‘spring chicken’ anymore… or are intimidated at the thought of starting an exercise routine, don’t be!
This Food Could Be Growing Deadly Tumors
Are we literally FEEDING cancer cells by putting this one food on our dinner plates?
This is important. THIS one food could be growing cancer cells.
And here’s where it gets interesting... as soon as we STOP eating it, the opposite happens: cancer cells STARVE to death -- and die out by the thousands.
Skeptical? See the evidence here.
In fact, just 30 minutes of daily physical activity is all you need.
Best of all, getting the recommended 30 minutes of physical activity DOESN’T means you need to start doing grueling workout routines or running marathons.
What’s my go-to activity?
I like to take daily walks.
It’s never too late to start a walking routine.
Take a stroll around your neighborhood or your local park. You can even do a 15-minute walk in the morning and a 15-minute walk in the afternoon or after dinner.
If you haven’t already, consider taking up a walking routine. Your brain will thank you!
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Department of Research, Turapür Products
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