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Unlock The Brain’s Fundamental Nutrition and Necessities with Dr. Bob, “The Drugless Doctor”
Date:8/14/2013

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 14, 2013

The pragmatism behind memory loss is convoluted in terms of scientific findings behind Alzheimer’s and dementia but increasingly transparent from everyday lifestyle choices. Dr. Bob, “The Drugless Doctor” shares his all-natural tips to cease the onslaught of memory loss and optimize brainpower.

“The uncertainty of a distinct symptom or cure has cultivated vast attempts to prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s through rigorous research and science, “ said Dr. Bob, D.C., NHD, founder of DruglessDoctor.com. “The assumptions have been validated but it’s pivotal for individuals to understand the perilous outcomes induced from poor lifestyle choices. Recognizing and analyzing daily intake and affects is critical. Food is truly one’s medicines and medicine respectively one’s food.”

For individuals with a family member or friend who has or had challenges with memory, Dr. Bob recommends considering four questions: What was their primary food and beverage of choice? What was their stress level? Did they take medications? Have they been exposed to toxins?

The following tips will guide each individual to unlocking the brain’s fundamentals:

Understanding Daily Intake is Critical: Food can truly enhance memory or deter the brain from functioning optimally. Always remember that high sugar consumption creates unnatural stress to brain cells while snack foods fused with trans fat or partially hydrogenated oils produce altered brain fat. Since the brain is primarily made up of fat it defines why the low-fat diet factors into the increase in memory issues. Synthetic or fake fats, stress and lack of minerals all tie into the inflammation of blood vessels, directly linked to heart disease and impaired brain function.

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