Facts: Brain Function & Prevention
What changes can help prevent disease and maintain health?
Okay, I’ll go over that again. Give up all the processed food, and get enough exercise. You don’t have to be an Olympic weight lifter or a marathon runner. I believe somebody can get enough exercise in just 20-30 minutes every day, just doing a mix of stretching and resistance exercises and aerobic exercise.
The human body lives by natural law. In order to live a long and high quality life you’ve got to use your body and not abuse it. Eat clean food in its highest biological form, meditate, pray, whatever you have to do to maintain a tranquil state of mind. Don’t be discouraged; don’t pay attention to the news media with all their disasters; be selective about what you watch on television because of lot of this stuff is so negative it’s depressing at times.
Challenge yourself. Don’t settle for mediocrity; strive to be the most that you possibly can.
What is the best way to achieve healthy brain function?
More people have dementia now than ever before. Alzheimer’s disease is also more prevalent now. Of course, the best way to maintain healthy brain function is to follow a healthy life style; live according to natural law, get enough rest. Stress can destroy your brain function and impair your short-term memory.
Eat a good nourishing plant-based lifestyle, chew each mouthful of food and don’t overeat. When you are on raw living food lifestyle, done correctly, you’re actually following a calorically restricted diet which is really the way to go. Now it might not give you 18-inch arms and it might not enable you to run in a 50-mile race, but how important really is that except to satisfy our egos? I’ve done things like that, and I look back now and I have to laugh at how ridiculous it really was to put myself through that training.
SO WHO IS FRED ANYWAY??
Fred Bisci, author, “Your Healthy Journey”, Head of the Spartan Race Nutritional/Lifestyle Advisory Board, has successfully worked with amateur, elite, professional and extreme athletes. He has been a tenacious athlete completing eighteen marathons, two ultra-marathons. He also has a history as a Navy boxing champ, has successfully competed in Olympic-style weight lifting, and still leads an athletic life. Fred, born 1929, has lived on 100% raw plant foods for over 50 years and is a lifestyle/longevity coach, food scientist; detox/fasting expert and clinical nutritionist. He offers a natural, simple, common sense approach by showing people a well-grounded experience to the healing power, peak athletic performance and remedial capabilities of the human body.