Michelle Schoffro Cook, PhD, DNM
Eliminate the synthetic chemicals in your food, cleaning products, beauty products, and personal care products.
By choosing only organic foods you significantly reduce your exposure to brain-damaging pesticides.
Your brain needs water to function properly, so be sure to drink plenty of water every day.
Choose green tea for plentiful amounts of brain-protecting epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG).
Eat a wide range of colourful plant-based foods to boost your brain health.
Walking, running, and other forms of exercise help pump oxygen-rich blood to your brain.
Meditation, deep breathing exercises, and other relaxation techniques can help quell brain-damaging stress hormones.
Add a plate of mushrooms to your diet twice weekly to drastically cut your risk of cognitive decline.