“Different kinds of physical activity shown to improve brain volume, cut Alzheimer’s risk in half.”

Reported by Science Daily and conducted by investigators at UCLA Medical Center and the University of Pittsburgh, this is the first study to show that virtually any type of aerobic physical activity can improve brain structure and reduce Alzheimer’s risk.

“A variety of physical activities from walking to gardening and dancing can improve brain volume and cut the risk of Alzheimer’s disease by 50%, a new study suggests.”

The potential benefits of a clear path between lifestyle intervention, activity and brain health are staggering.

FIX Health: Newsletter Tip

Grab some blueberries. A Tuft’s University study suggests that eating blueberries may improve or delay short-term memory loss.


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