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Could your fitness level impact your memory?
Looks like physical activity and getting blood pumping helps with memory.
A healthy blood flow can also help prevent issue like Alzheimer's, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke and erectile dysfunction.

What's your fitness plan? If you're not sure where to start, try short walks after lunch and dinner. You can even start out at 5 minute walks and slowly increase the time!

https://www.amenclinics.com/blog/memory-rescue-blood-flow/
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Physical activity, no matter how short a time, seems to be beneficial.

If you're schedule is too busy to get regular workouts in at the gym, start with 5 minute walks down the street and back. Bump it up to 10 minutes, then 20.

Or get many short walks throughout the day. They make for nice breaks from work and can revitalize the brain.

What's your walking goal?

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/12/171221122543.htm
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Mold Illness.
It's my #1 suspected condition for people dealing with multiple, chronic symptoms who can't get a good diagnosis (or gets many different diagnoses) and can't get better.

This is the "Poor Quality of Life" disease, leaving people physically, mentally, and emotionally devastated and dampening their life experiences. And it can last decades when not treated appropriately.

Many people respond to mold with seasonal allergy symptoms and asthma.
But for many people with a genetic predisposition, their mold exposure slowly brings upon more symptoms:
memory loss, insomnia, anxiety, depression, confusion, trouble concentrating, static shocks, frequent urination, fatigue, disrupted appetite, weight changes, nervous system issues from unusual pain to tingling, muscle cramps and aches, headaches, blurred vision and light sensitivity, sinus issues, skin sensitivity, sweats (especially at night), temperature regulation issues (easy to overheat and freeze), vertigo, metallic taste, and more.

Don't waste time with a practitioner using sub-standard treatments for this issue. Ask me to help you find a doctor who can diagnose and treat this appropriately.

https://www.amenclinics.com/blog/toxic-mold-syndrome-it-was-like-i-lost-my-personality/
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Why exercise?
Is decreases your risk of death!
But more specifically, it's useful for blood pressure, blood sugar balance, bone strength, muscle/neuron responses, depression/mood, sleep, brain function/memory, heart health, cancer prevention, immune function, aging, and more.

The effects of exercise might be more widespread than any diet or lifestyle change out there.

Read more:
https://fitness.mercola.com/sites/fitness/archive/2018/01/05/strength-building-exercises.aspx?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=facebookmercola_nonlead&utm_campaign=20180105_strength-building-exercises
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This is an excellent video describing the basics of cancer growth.
[~6 min video]

Cancer begins as one cell. That one cell won't kill anyone but give it a couple of years to grow into a billion cells, and it will start impacting the body.

Unfortunately, we can only identify cancer once we've given it so much time to grow that it either becomes visible or it starts disrupting healthy bodily processes.

Most all of us have had cancerous cells or currently have cancerous cells growing in our bodies. With a diet that doesn't support cancer, one of two things happen: the immune system identifies the cancerous cells and takes them out or the cancer cells will grow too slow to impact our health before dying of old age.

However, the wrong diet will both distract the immune system from eliminating the cancerous cell and speed cancer cell growth. The wrong diet plays a major role in leaving someone susceptible to an overgrowth of cancer cells and ultimately, a cancer diagnosis.

https://nutritionfacts.org/video/slowing-the-growth-of-cancer-3/
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Prostate Cancer
How do plant lignans and phytoestrogens impact prostate cancer?
[4 min video]

Check out the "Doctors Note" in the link for more videos related to prostate cancer and nutrition.

"Slowing the Growth of Cancer is good, but how about Cancer Reversal Through Diet? In other words, if one plant could do that, what about a whole diet chock full of plants? See my video series that goes from Ex Vivo Cancer Proliferation Bioassay (by actually Engineering a Cure) to The Answer to the Pritikin Puzzle. And, for benign prostate gland enlargement, see Prostate vs. Plants, and Prostate vs. a Plant-Based Diet. And, for background, also see Some Prostates Are Larger than Others."

https://nutritionfacts.org/video/flaxseed-vs-prostate-cancer/
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Inflammation and Bipolar Disorder.
How inflammatory processes scramble the brain!
[~38 min video]

This concept can be transferred to other mental health concerns like depression, schizophrenia, anxiety disorders, and more.

We have to ask why the body is inflamed.
Could it be food allergies/sensitivities, environmental allergies, tissue damage, malnourishment, or even a chronic response to a biotoxin like mold?

https://chriskresser.com/rhr-is-bipolar-disorder-caused-by-chronic-inflammation/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=share&utm_term=bipolar-chronic-inflammation&utm_content=&utm_campaign=blog
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