What is Dementia Risk Reduction?
One of the biggest lies you’ve ever been told is that dementia is hopeless. It’s not. You can reduce your risk of getting it, and if you’ve already got it, there are actions you can take to slow the progression of your symptoms. Research shows that we influence our risk for getting most forms of dementia in the same way that we influence our risk for getting diabetes, heart disease, cancer, or any other chronic, degenerative condition: by the lifestyle choices we make. To learn more about dementia risk reduction and integrative wellness in aging, visit www.vitav.org
Learn How to Dramatically Cut the Risk of Alzheimer's
30 Days to Better Brain Health is a powerful program that teaches the basics of better brain health, integrative wellness, and dementia risk reduction. With simple, daily lessons and short exercises to apply the learnings, people experience immediate and lasting results. The program costs less than $1/day and comes with a money-back guarantee! Watch this video to learn more and then visit www.VitaV.org/30DaystoBetterBrainHealth to get started today!
The Menopause-Alzheimer’s Connection
Women are twice as likely as men to get Alzheimer's during their lifetime. New research sheds light on the role of estrogen depletion and how boosting metabolic health in the years leading up to menopause helps protect the brain from long-term damage. To learn more, visit https://www.vitav.org/