Today’s Health Tip ~ Exercise Can Reduce Cognitive Decline

There is a substantial amount of evidence demonstrating that exercise possesses a significant ability to reduce the risk of cognitive decline […] “preventative lifestyle medicine”, […] is more about percentage risk reduction, which is likely greater alongside more than one lifestyle change,” explained Ryan Glatt, senior brain health coach and director of the FitBrain Program at Pacific Neuroscience Institute in Santa Monica. Intermittent fasting (IF) and exercise have both been shown to slow down age-related cognitive decline. However, different processes both encourage a “cerebral substrate switch,” which redirects the brain from using glucose as its primary fuel source.



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