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When it comes to keeping your brain in tip-top shape, you aren't limited to crossword puzzles, brain games, and Sudoku. The keys to keeping your mind sharp are already in your hands: eleven simple but powerful lifestyle factors often have a greater impact on our health than our genetics.

In The Age-Proof Brain, scientist and popular speaker, Dr. Marc Milstein shares new, breakthrough science-supported strategies to:

 

  • improve memory and productivity;

  • increase energy and boost your mood;

  • reduce the risk of anxiety and depression;

  • form healthy habits to supercharge your brain

 

Debunking common misinformation, The Age-Proof Brain reveals the secrets to improving brain function, which lie in the brain's surprising connection with the rest of the body. This groundbreaking book also arms the reader with knowledge about common and often overlooked issues that prematurely age the brain (including the surprising truth about what doctors previously got wrong about Alzheimer's and dementia) and shares a seven-day challenge to help you jumpstart new brain-healthy habits.

 

Dr. Marc Milstein specializes in taking the leading scientific research on health and happiness and presents it in a way that entertains, educates, and empowers his audience to live better. His presentations provide science-based solutions to keep the brain healthy, lower the risk of dementia, boost productivity and maximize longevity. He earned both his Ph.D. in Biological Chemistry and his Bachelor of Science in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology from UCLA.

 

Dr. Milstein has researched topics including cancer biology and neuroscience, and his work has been published in multiple scientific journals. Dr. Milstein has been quoted breaking down and analyzing the latest research in popular press such as USA Today, New York Post, and Oprah Daily. Dr. Milstein has also been featured on television, explaining the latest scientific breakthroughs that improve our life. Dr. Milstein's new book The Age-Proof Brain has been nominated for "The Next Big Idea Award" for best non-fiction work and has been a #1 best seller on Amazon in several categories, including, Aging, Longevity, and Neuroscience.

To watch videos of our past Open Mind programs, please visit our YouTube Channel

Registration is required for this free Zoom event.

Thursday, May 9
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM PT

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