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Anxiety, Depression, Food and Dementia

Tune in Thursday March 14th at 11am EST, 10am CST, 9am MST, 8am PST, 4pm London and 2am on the 15th in Australia

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We are excited to have the renown Dr. Neal Barnard and Dr. Neil Nedley join us on Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio.  The two will share their vast knowledge on the relationship between food, anxiety, depression and dementia.  We believe you will find this program fascinating with insights to empower you, if you are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, family care partner or professional.  You can learn more about their upcoming events at the Community of Wellness Symposium and Gala on 3/21-3/22 and the Lifestyle Medicine approach to improve brain health and overcome addictions on 3/23 in Rochester, MN hosted by Lotus Health Foundation.

Register for the Symposium

Contact Information

Dr. Neal Barnard

Website:  www.pcrm.org (PCRM home page)

Website:  https://kickstart.pcrm.org (PCRM 21 Day Kickstart)

Neal Barnard’s Book:https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Dr.+Neal+Barnard&i=stripbooks&ref=nb_sb_noss_2

Dr. Nedley         

Phone:  580.226.8007

Website:  www.nedleyhealthsolutions.com

Website:  www.depressionthewayout.com

Upcoming Public Events with Lori La Bey

Schedule Your Next Event with Lori La Bey https://www.alzheimersspeaks.com/contact-us

Sunday, March 17th – 9:30am – 12pm

Film Screening & Talk Back

“A Timeless Love”

Jewish Community Center        651-698-0751

1375  St. Paul Ave., St Paul Mn 55116

Tuesday, April 2nd, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Film Screening & Talk Back

“A Timeless Love”

112- 6th Ave No., Princeton, MN  55371

Saturday, April 6th – 10:30am – 12:30pm

Film Screening & Talk Back

A Timeless Love”

Gable Pines at Vadnais Heights      651-829-3171

1260 East Co. Rd. E, Vadnais Heights, MN 55110

Wednesday, April 10th – 9:00am- 12:00pm

Educational Program

“A Day in the Life of Dementia”

United Methodist Communities at The Shores  800-272-3900

2201 Bay Ave, Ocean City, NJ  08226

Wednesday, April 10th – 5:00pm – 8:00pm

Educational Program

“A Day in the Life of Dementia”

United Methodist Communities at The Shores 800-272-3900

2201 Bay Ave, Ocean City, NJ  08226

Thursday, April 11th – 10:00am – 12:00pm

Film Screening & Talk Back

“His Neighbor Phil”

United Methodist Communities at The Shores   800-272-3900

2201 Bay Ave, Ocean City, NJ  08226

Thursday, April 11th – 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Film Screening & Talk Back

“His Neighbor Phil”

United Methodist Communities at The Shores   800-272-3900

2201 Bay Ave, Ocean City, NJ  08226

Friday, April 19th – 10:30am – 12:30pm

Educational Program

“Dementia Care Is Changing, Are You?”

Gable Pines at Vadnais Heights      651-829-3171

1260 East Co. Rd. E, Vadnais Heights, MN 55110

Friday, April 26th – 10:30am – 12:30pm

Educational Program

“Realities of Dementia – Family Friendly Tools & Tips”

Gable Pines at Vadnais Heights      651-829-3171

1260 East Co. Rd. E, Vadnais Heights, MN 55110

Friday, May 3rd – 10:30am – 12:30pm

Educational Program

“As the Cookie Crumbles”

Gable Pines at Vadnais Heights      651-829-3171

1260 East Co. Rd. E, Vadnais Heights, MN 55110

Friday, May 10th – 10:30am – 12:30pm

Film Screening & Talk Back

“A Timeless Love”

Gable Pines at Vadnais Heights      651-829-3171

1260 East Co. Rd. E, Vadnais Heights, MN 55110

Friday, May 17th  – 10:30am – 12:30pm

Educational Program 

“Shifting from Crisis to Comfort”

Gable Pines at Vadnais Heights      651-829-3171

1260 East Co. Rd. E, Vadnais Heights, MN 55110

See what LeadingAge has to say about Lori La Bey

 “Feedback from the conference planning committee and our leadership team was extremely positive. Many attendees commented that she was one of the best speakers they had heard.” 

Pat Sylvia, Director of Education & Member Development LeadingAge WA

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Monitor Your Brain Performance Easily Every Day!

Meet the “Roberto APP” Team

New APP Monitors Brain Performance

on Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio & Video

A special show is scheduled on Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio with host, Lori La Bey to introduce a game changing APP called Roberto, which measures brain performance, giving insights to how we are doing and what we can do to improve certain sectors of our brain.  Join Lori La Bey, Monday, Jan. 29th, to meet the following key team members of the Roberto APP:

Clarence Carlos, is the CEO of RC-21-X the mother company who launched Roberto APP.

Gus Frerotte, a prior NFL Player for 15 years, is now the head of business development.

Dr. Paul D. Nussbaum, is the Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer.

Dean Dalton, was a NFL Assistant Coach for seven seasons and is the Vice President of Global Wellness Initiatives.

The Roberto APP is designed to work in conjunction with Dr. Paul Nussbaum’s Brain Health Lifestyle®. You can find more information about his Five Pillars of Brain Health at www.robertoapp.com as well as get information on our MyBrain 365 and Brain Readiness programs.

You can download the Roberto App in your device store and receive a free 15-day trial.

Alzheimer’s Speaks listeners can double the length of that free trial by entering the code ALZSPKS at sign-up.

Contact Information for The Roberto APP

Facebook    Twitter: @therobertoapp       Roberto APP Videos

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They Are Here! 2017 Move For Minds – Power Panel Videos

They Are Here!

2017 Move For Minds –

Power Panel Videos

Maria Shriver and Equinox Sports Clubs joined together in this one-of-a-kind fundraising event benefiting the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement in its mission to fund research that will wipe out this mind blowing disease.  Participants were able to experience a unique mind-body workout class, an exclusive marketplace with brain healthy snacks, and an engaging panel discussion featuring superstars of brain research, fitness, nutrition and more. Get involved for 2018! moveforminds.org.

I can’t wait to see what Maria lines up for next year!

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For those of you that follow me, as per your request I have pulled together my segments for you, so you can take a quick peak, but please when you have time listen to all of this panels.

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Dr Peter Rabin – Updates on Dementia

Dr Peter Rabin – Updates on Dementia

On Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio

Tuesday May 23rd, 2017

2pm EST, 1pm CST, 12pm MST, 11am PST and 7pm London

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Peter Rabins, MD, MPH, who is the Author of “The 36-Hour Day,” join us to discuss various areas of progress regarding dementia and caregiving.   He is a professor of the practice in the Erickson School of Aging Management Services at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He was the founding director of the geriatric psychiatry program and the first holder of the Richman Family Professorship of Alzheimer Disease and Related Disorders in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Contact Information For Dr Peter Rabin

https://jhupbooks.press.jhu.edu/content/36-hour-day 

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You Can Have An Impact, Even If You Can’t Make Maria Shriver’s Event. 

Become A Sponsor Help Raise Funds for Women’s Research on Dementia

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Now is the perfect opportunity to join the Move for Minds experience. Please sign up today and we’ll thank you by giving you a pair of Beats urBeats Earphones ($99 value) at our Move for Minds event on June 4.  (Limit one Beats UrBeats Earphones per person-offer ends 5/24)

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Join the fun at one of the events in eight different cities where you can participate in an extraordinary workout and panel discussion.  Leeza Gibbons  will be the moderator.  All you have to do is sign up online and commit to a fundraising minimum of $250.00.

Check Out The Panel of Experts

• Dr. Daniel Amen, M.D. – Brain Health 

 • Tana Amen – Nutritionist

• Katy Bowman – Biomechanist

 • Mallika Chopra– Meditation Expert

•  Dr. Joshua Grill, Ph.D. – Alzheimer’s Research

•  Lori La Bey– Caregiving / Alzheimer’s & Dementia Activist

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Move for Minds: The Event for Everyone With a Brain!

Move for Minds:
The Event for Everyone With a Brain!

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You’re invited to join Maria Shriver and The Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement for a fun, one-of-a-kind event to wipe out Alzheimer’s. Sign up, fundraise and be a part of this exciting three hour experience featuring an exclusive mind-body workout just for Move for Minds participants!

One Day. Eight Cities. Millions Impacted.
June 4, 2017
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Orange County | San Francisco | Washington DC

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  • Exercise your brain and body with a specially designed and fun fitness experience
  • Engage in a brain healthy marketplace with friends, food, books, experts and more
  • Educate yourself with a panel of superstars in brain research, fitness, nutrition and more
  • Empower yourself to save your brain and help wipe out Alzheimer’s

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Once you are registered, you will receive tips and tools to make exceeding your $250 fundrasing minimum easy. Your fundraising efforts will benefit womens-based research to understand why women are disproportionately affected by Alzheimer’s.

I hope you will join us!

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things we must do to properly care for and maintain our brains. Unfortunately

as we all know, there is no magic pill to prevent or cure Alzheimer’s Disease

or dementia but there are certainly things we can do to promote and prolong

brain health.

  

One of the most important areas to address for brain health maintenance is

physical activity and exercise. By participating in exercise, we increase blood

flow to the brain which has a positive affect on our brain functioning. This certainly

does not mean we must all train for a marathon or become a competitive athlete.

We all need to adopt an active lifestyle. All it takes is a minimum of 30 minutes

a day. Now honestly, we are all able to commit to 30 minutes a day of merely

walking. Yes, strive for 7 days a week, but if you only squeeze in 5, that is still

beneficial. Research continues to support the many benefits and importance of

physical activity. Exercise is also great for your heart health. Did you realize

that if something is good for your brain than it is also good for your heart? Yes,

the reverse is also true, if something is good for your heart then it is good for

your brain. So as you can see, a sedentary lifestyle is not healthy!

A second key component to prolonging brain health is to eat a healthy diet

full of essential vitamins and minerals. Eating a healthy, well balanced diet

essentially feeds your mind. It is crucial to eat foods that are full of the healthy

omega 3 fatty acids. This includes fish like salmon, flounder, haddock, sole,

mackerel, trout, and really just about any fish. Other foods high in omega 3’s

are walnuts, cabbage, flax seed, pumpkin seeds, strawberries, spinach. There

is really quite a variety of foods that can easily be incorporated into a healthy

lifestyle diet.

In addition to omega 3 fatty acids, our brains and bodies can reap benefits from

other foods,drinks, spices, and herbs. Do you consume enough fresh fruits and

vegetables? Olive oil, avocados, beans, yams, sweet potatoes, strawberries,

 cranberries, and apples just to name a few have numerous health benefits.

Instead of seasoning your food with salt, try fresh herbs and spices. Did you

realize that certain herbs and spices have brain health benefits? Consider

adding these to your cooking-cinnamon, turmeric, oregano, ginger, rosemary,

garlic, basil, thyme, sage, and saffron. All these spices have been linked to

improved brain health.So, spice up your food, it’s good for you! Do you

consume enough water? Our brains require water to maintain brain health.

Are you a green tea drinker? Green tea has numerous health benefits. I

personally average at least 8 cups a day, especially now that it is cold outside!

 

Exercising your brain is the final key area to address in promoting prolonged

brain health. We must keep our brains active and able to form new neural

pathways. Take advantage of brain or neuroplasticity! This means that through

new learning we actually have the ability to create new pathways in our brain.

By adopting a healthy lifestyle and becoming a lifelong learner, we increase

our odds for maintaining a healthy brain throughout our lifetime. Isn’t that what

we all want to achieve-a long healthy and happy life? We are never too young

to begin learning and never too old to stop learning. It is so important to keep

our minds sharp! Learn a new language, learn a new game, volunteer, join a

club, form a club, change your routine. To help maintain brain health, it is

necessary to learn something new, master it, and repeat! Stay connected

with people and be part of a group, and have a purpose in life! Remember,

laughter does a person good!

As we all know, at this point there is no cure for Alzheimer’s Disease or

dementia, but why not take charge of what we can to decrease our risk

for developing this debilitating and devastating disease? Make it your

New Year’s resolution for 2011 to change your life and prolong your

brain health!

Heidi Lipman, M.Ed, CCC-SLP

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Heidi@Brain-Masters.com

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