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  • The brain’s hippocampi may be the film editors of our lives, slicing our continuous experiences into discrete cuts that can be stored away as memories. That’s the idea raised by a new study that analyzed brain scan data from people watching films such as “Forrest Gump.”

  • Coherence-Based Self-Regulation

    There is no getting away from the stresses of modern life: the fast pace, the connectivity that brings us closer together yet simultaneously farther apart, the ease of access to health foods and bad news at the same time, the environmental toxins and air pollution, the growing financial demands, and the current unhealthy standards of nutrition and fad diets.

  • Have you ever found yourself eating a cookie without knowing how or when you got it in your hands in the first place? And then, to make things worse, you just keep eating one cookie after another, even though you weren’t hungry and you don’t even really want that next cookie?

  • Identifying Gut Permeability Before It’s Too Late
    There are clinical assessments that can help you prevent the development of autoimmunity, an overload of systemic bacterial toxins, or an increased barrier permeability in your gut to improve your cognitive health.

  • As you age, it’s important to start thinking about how to maintain or even improve your brain function. People are living longer than ever, yet this increased longevity is often accompanied by mental degradation.

  • If you’re a coffee drinker, you know there’s nothing more blissful than that first sip of hot (or iced) coffee in the morning. Sure, it tastes delicious, but that’s the least of it:

  • In the mid 1970s, psychologist Merrill Elias began tracking the cognitive abilities of more than a thousand people in the state of New York.The goal was fairly specific: to observe the relationship between people's blood pressure and brain performance.

  • Now that we have a clearer connection between inflammation, stress, and weight gain, the final piece of the puzzle is how these factors tie into what we mentioned as a main obstacle in managing appetite and maintaining weight loss: the reward cascade, particularly the reward deficiency cascade syndrome.

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