SEVEN Ways to improve your memory!




How's your memory lately? Can you honestly remember everyone who comes up to you who says, "Hi, it's been too long. How have you been?". Mental decline can start off with simple things like that. 

Here is the worst case of "forget-itis" you can ever have:

A few old couples used to get together to talk about life and to have a good time. One day, one of the men, Harry, started talking about this fantastic restaurant he went to the other night with his wife. 

"Really?", one of the men said. "What’s it called?" 
After thinking for a few seconds, Harry said, "what are those good smelling flowers called again?" 
"Do you mean a rose?", the first man questioned. 
"Yes that's it," he exclaimed. 
Looking over at his wife he said, "Rose, what’s that restaurant we went to the other night?" 

Life with poor memory, focus and concentration is certainly no laughing matter. 

Forgetting keys is one thing, but forgetting that you left your child behind at the supermarket is no joke. Luckily, scientific breakthroughs have made it possible for us to live better today. 
We don't have to blame old age anymore for all these mental health issues our great grandparents faced.

Studies have shown that you can regenerate your brain cells, even with advanced age. With the right nutrition, physical and mental training, you can remember people and things as well as any 20-year old can. 

Wouldn't you like to be that person who's always mentally alert and PRESENT in whatever situation they're in? I've noticed that when things are clear to me, I begin to enjoy life's simplest moments. 
That's why I want to share my ultimate Brain-Boosting Kit.

Here's a quick recap of the
"7 Ways to Improve Memory, Focus and reduce mental decline"
we covered in our e-book:


Get enough exercise

- Even walking just 30 minutes a day can make big difference.

Eat smart

Look for food that has: 
- Lots of leafy greens
- Lots and lots of colors
- Whole grains, legumes and lentils
- Eat lots of blueberries
- Maintain blood sugar
- Reduce sugar and processed oils
- Increase B vitamins, Omega 3, Co Q 10, 
Lecithin, Vitamin E

Improve blood flow

- Exercise
- Manage stress
- Supplement with chardonnay grape seed 

Use products with guarana extract

- Find products that don't focus on the caffeine

Brain training

- Remember the 3Ds of poor memory
- Take up new hobbies, learn new things
- Try CogniFit or other brain-training programs


- Maintain connections
- Travel, join and help others
- Get on social networking sites

Stressing Less

- Don't sweat the small stuff
- Take a walk in the park
- Do things you love


What about you? Have you decided to take charge of your 

brain health yet? 

We'd like to hear your stories about your 

"better brain journey". We're ready to help! 

Check out more tips in our next newsletter on how you can nurture a brain that

can help you live a longer, healthier and happier life. 

There's no better day to take charge of your future than today. 

Till next time, 


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Name: Sherry Sutterby

Phone number: 304-404-4098 


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