Brain Health

Expert Interview: Top 10 Tips For Better Brain Health

“The most important thing for brain health is being proactive. Everyone has risk factors. What you do right now is so important. ”

ANNIE FENN, MD

Recent research suggests that the menopause transition is a highly important period for women’s brain health. Two-thirds of Alzheimer’s patients are women, and adopting as early as possible proven lifestyle habits to prevent cognitive decline is critical.

Dr. Annie Fenn, a recently retired Ob/Gyn and menopause expert and founder of Brain Health Kitchen, shares her top 10 brain-healthy nutrition and lifestyle tips for women in the menopause life stage.

In this expert interview, you’ll learn:

  • The number one diet change you can make for better brain health
  • The importance of a healthy gut microbiome and fiber
  • What flavenoids are, and why they are so beneficial for our brain
  • Which fats are healthy for your brain and those to avoid
  • And more!

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