Did you know that your brain continues to make new cells for your entire life? The cultural belief that we lose brain function as we age is just that – a cultural belief. In this video I share my one tip for keeping your brain sharp no matter how many years you have been on the planet. Learn how to stop seeing your age as a limitation so that your brain – and the rest of your body – can continue to thrive for your lifetime.
Keep Your Brain Sharp With This One Tip!
by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
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