Nootropics (aka brain boosters) are hotter than hot sauce right now, with global sales expected to reach $4.9 billion by 2025. But not all "smart supplements" are created equal. Truth be told, some of them are straight-up snake oil. And your biggest asset - your brain - deserves better than that. With that in mind, we've rounded up the best content on nourishing your noggen. Let your mind wander.
Observational research suggests that poor blood sugar control may increase your risk of Alzheimer's disease. Physician, Peter Attia, explores the relationship between glucose metabolism and Alzheimer's disease in this podcast and article.
Did you know that eating berries twice a week may slow memory decline? Or that walnuts are linked with improved cognition? Learn more about the best foods for your brain here.
Twelves ways neuroscientist, Brian Pennie, made his brain 10 years younger. How sleep, self-observation and good quality brain food (among other things) impacted his grey matter.
Meet Rhodiola Rosea, the cold-climate herb shown to fight fogginess and promote cognition.
We all know that exercise is good for us. Now, emerging research suggests that regular physical activity may help preserve memory, promote blood flow, and fight inflammation in the brain.
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