Dr Oz: How To Keep Your Brain Young
Dr Oz’s secrets to beauty included Plastic Surgeons’ Drugstore Deals to help you save on products that can keep you out of the operating room. Now that Dr Oz has covered the exterior, he turned his attention to one of the body’s most vital organs: the brain. Check out how you can use Soy Isoflavones, Cane Sugar, Sage Oil and even Celery to keep your mind sharp at any age.
Dr Oz: Weight Gain Affects Memory
If you’re ready to take 10 years off the life of your brain, listen up. Dr Oz said that age 30 is the point where the brain (and a lot of the rest of the body) starts to stop developing. Did you know that overeating could cause memory loss, and even make your brain older than its physical age? There is a greater risk of memory loss for people who gain weight in the lower body.
Audience member Ramona said she had a pear shape, and she wanted to know what she can do to keep her mind sharp and youthful. Dr Oz had four tips, and you can benefit from them too.
Soy Isoflavones Review
Soy Isoflavones are a compound found in foods like Miso Soup, but they’re also available in a Soy Isoflavones Supplement. This can help you from putting weight on on in the thighs. Try taking 50 mg Soy Isoflavones daily for best results, according to Dr Oz.
Dr Oz: Cane Sugar Brain Benefits
You can swap Cane Sugar into your morning breakfast routine as a coffee sweetener. This can perk you up and even lengthen your attention span. Dr Oz prefers this over artificial sweeteners. He suggested adding a teaspoon of raw cane sugar to morning tea or coffee. It only adds 15 calories, so that’s not bad.
Sage Oil Supplement Dosage
You’ve heard of Sage, because it’s been a part of diet and health for centuries. It comes in every shape and form imaginable, and Dr Oz said it’s very effective for people who struggle with memory problems. He suggested using 60 drops of a Sage Oil liquid or 330 mg of a Sage Oil Supplement.
Dr Oz: Celery Brain Benefits
Dr Oz said you can make your lunch crunch with Celery. This vegetable boasts antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits, and it’s also good for your heart.
If you’ve noticed you’re becoming forgetful, try to remember these tips and see if they make a difference in your retention and recall. (What were we talking about?)