Full of Life Chandrika Leamon 1030-40 Clemson

From birth, children are dependent on their parents for guidance.

Home with you is where they find comfort...


and their first friend.

Don't lead them astray by neglecting to feed their brain!

An estimated 5.1 million people over the age of 65 suffer from Alzheimer's or Dementia in the U.S. alone. This is a statistic that can easily be lowered with attentiveness to a proper diet and physical activity.

A balanced diet that includes foods with nutrients such as omega-3, antioxidants, and vitamin B12 have recently been proven to be beneficial to overall brain health and function. These nutrients work together to ensure that neurotransmitter fluids flow properly in order to send functions from the brain to all other systems in the body.

Attention and care to brain health, if considered from the early stages, can lead to strengthened cognition and longevity of life.


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