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60 Ways to Keep Your Brain Healthy After 60 | Free E-Book


Women over 60 are creative thinkers by nature and we are the first group of women living longer than previous generations. We are generally very well educated about how to keep our bodies healthy. In most areas of life know what is ‘good for us’. We exercise, eat healthy food, and are in general very attentive to the needs of our body. However, we often neglect the most important organ in the body, which also has to be exercised and nourished and taken seriously – our brains.

Have you ever wondered why you forget where you put your keys but still remember how to drive? The brain is complex and intriguing, and in our new FREE e-book “60 Ways to Keep Your Brain Healthy After 60”, we explore the many ways that you can keep it healthy after 60. From learning a new language to managing your daily nutrition, you have the power to keep your brain in great shape. We promise that some of our ideas will surprise you!

When it comes to brain health, research strongly shows the importance of great nutrition, stress management, physical exercise and mental stimulation. It is an established fact that the  more stimulating and intellectually challenging we make our lives, the better are our odds of keeping our aging brains vital, sharp, and agile. Our new e-book offers a roadmap on your journey to a healthy brain. We hope that you our e-book as much as we enjoyed writing it. It certainly offered us plenty of brain stimulation and we hope that it does the same for you too!

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Sample Chapters 60 Ways to Keep Your Brain Healthy EbookTo download, click the link above and on the page with the book press “Save a Copy” or “Save As”.

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