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Healthy brain = healthy gut = healthy brain = healthy gut = healthy brain = healthy gut... you get the idea 😀
"Based on these observations, the scientists concluded that throughout the course of evolution the nervous system also participated in a controlling role for the microbiome, in addition to its sensory and motor tasks."https://scienmag.com/nerves-control-the-bodys-bacterial-community/

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Decrease inflammation through diet, stabilize blood sugar, move and decrease stress. This is a recurrent theme that continues to pop up in all my studies and research. It's not only logical, but it's what the science is showing. Apparently there is a magic button that can cure/prevent many illnesses - lifestyle. Easier said than done in the modern world. But it can be done.https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/diagnosis-diet/201709/low-brain-cholesterol-separating-fact-fiction

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Fascinating read.
"Federer’s genius is to predict where the ball is going based on the movement of his opponent’s body during the serving action, and the mind games that allow him to predict choices almost before his opponent knows he’s made them."
https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2017/jul/23/brain-game-roger-federer-predictive-genius-explained

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The decisions we make now can reduce our suffering and improve our quality of life later. Or vice versa.
https://www.dietdoctor.com/us-obesity-epidemic-reaches-new-time-high

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f you THINK you're inactive or UNHAPPY with your level of fitness, please watch this now. It's important and can be a game-changer.
https://youtu.be/1Z01P-bir7E

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magine the improvement in performance and long term health.
"The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends teens ages 13 to 18 sleep eight to 10 hours every night. The National Sleep Foundation also recommends eight to 10 hours for most 14- to 17-year-olds.
A lack of zzz's can result in decreased brainpower -- a major issue for high schoolers driving early in the morning -- as well as an increased chance of mood disorders (such as depression), obesity and risky behaviors, Dunietz says."
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170818115831.htm

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