What is Good for the Heart is Good for the Brain: 6 Lifestyle Tips

Did you know that 75% cases of cardiovascular disease, such as heart attack and stroke events, are preventable? Even the feared Alzheimer’s dementia is proving to be preventable and reversible with putting a healthy lifestyle at the center of attention. Poor blood supply to the heart is as avoidable as the poor blood supply to the brain that causes strokes and many cases of dementia.

I believe everyone can optimize their heath which starts by giving your body what it needs. Health is the most important thing in life and the heart-brain lifestyle connection is solid.

Here are 6 activities that help your heart-brain power remaining high.


       In the Western world, cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death including both heart attack and stroke. Optimal nutrition, exercise, sleep, stress management and proper supplements can protect the brain while they protect the heart too.

Dr. Joel Kahn

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