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Ready for Thanksgiving Treats?

Special occasions can be tough times to stay healthy and eat right.  Holidays are no exception, especially with shorter hours of sunlight and tempting sweets in all directions.      Isn't it hard to believe that Thanksgiving is less than 3 weeks away?  Geez.     We had a lovely customer at Better Brains; Dr. Annie Fenn is a physician and chef focused on Alzheimer's prevention.      She has a helpful website named the Brain Health Kitchen with tasty recipes and insightful blogs for nutrition for your brain.     As we are preparing for the holidays and other special occasions,...

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Alzheimer’s Outlier: The First Survivor 🙏

Being the first to do anything takes determination, heart, and courage.  When Dan Jaworski was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease last October, he knew exactly what he needed to do.  After he fell to his knees and cleared the tears from his eyes, he immediately started making the best of his situation.   "In life, you can't choose what happens to you, but you can choose how you respond."   Dan Jaworski is a self-proclaimed Alzheimer's Outlier and has raised thousands of dollars to help support Alzheimer's care, support, and research.  He was the first customer to purchase RememBars and he is actively...

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Is Your Clock Correct?

Welcome to Standard Time!  Updating our physical and digital clocks is fairly quick but one of our most important clocks can take much longer to update.  It is likely yours still isn’t correct and the good news is there are a few ways you can help it adjust!   Daylight Saving Time, often incorrectly called Daylight Savings Time, just ended this morning and originally served as a way to reduce energy usage.  It was implemented by several countries during World War II to conserve fuel for the war too.     A study by the Department of Energy found Daylight...

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How Can Chocolate be Good For Your Brain?

How Can Chocolate be Good For Your Brain?

Would you believe that chocolate is good for your brain?!   That’s right.  Study after study show that the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects from the flavonoids in chocolate may benefit brain function.  Check out this Harvard Health article.   Be careful though and lookout for harmful sugars, which can be impact to your brain.  I personally enjoy the 100% cacao with no harmful sugars to maximize benefits!  A lot of people choose dark chocolate with 85% or higher cocoa content too.   Dr. Lisa Mosconi, author of Brain Food: The Surprising Science of Eating for Cognitive Power, was an inspiration to RememBar and a...

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Know How You Can Prevent Memory Loss?

Know How You Can Prevent Memory Loss?

7 Tips to Help Prevent Memory Loss

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