Use Your Brain to Change Your Age Secrets to Look Feel and Think Younger Every Day THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH IS BETWEEN YOUR EARS A healthy brain is the key to staying vibrant and alive for a long time and in Use Your Brain to Change Your Age bestselling author and brain expert Dr Dan

  • Title: Use Your Brain to Change Your Age: Secrets to Look, Feel, and Think Younger Every Day
  • Author: Daniel G. Amen
  • ISBN: 9780307888549
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Hardcover
  • THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH IS BETWEEN YOUR EARS.A healthy brain is the key to staying vibrant and alive for a long time, and in Use Your Brain to Change Your Age, bestselling author and brain expert Dr Daniel G Amen shares ten simple steps to boost your brain to help youlive longer, look younger, and dramatically decrease your risk for Alzheimer s disease.Over the last twentyTHE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH IS BETWEEN YOUR EARS.A healthy brain is the key to staying vibrant and alive for a long time, and in Use Your Brain to Change Your Age, bestselling author and brain expert Dr Daniel G Amen shares ten simple steps to boost your brain to help youlive longer, look younger, and dramatically decrease your risk for Alzheimer s disease.Over the last twenty years at Amen Clinics, Dr Amen has performed than 70,000 brain scans on patients from ninety different countries His brain imaging work has taughthim that our brains typically become less active with age and we become vulnerable tomemory problems and depression Yet, one of the most exciting lessons he has learned is thatwith a little forethought and a brain smart plan, you can slow, or even reverse, the aging process in the brain.Based on the approach that has helped thousands of people at Amen Clinics along with the most cutting edge research, Dr Amen s breakthrough, easy to follow antiaging program shows you how to Boost your memory, mood, attention,and energy Decrease your risk for Alzheimer s andother forms of dementia Eat to live longer Reduce the outward signs of aging andmake your skin beautiful Promote the healing of brain damage dueto injury, strokes, substance abuse, andtoxic exposure Dramatically increase your chances ofliving longer and looking younger And much .By adopting the brain healthy strategies detailed in Use Your Brain to Change Your Age, you can outsmart your genes, put the brakes on aging, and even reverse the aging process If you change your brain, you can change your life and your age.

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    1. According to what I read in this book if you want to look younger, feel more vibrant and avoid memory problems and decrease your risk for Alzheimers, you better work at keeping your brain healthy. According to Dr. Amen, a clinical neuroscientist who has performed over 70,000 brain scans on individuals from 90 countries over the last 20 years at his Amen Clinics helping individuals to slow and even reverse the aging process. Sounds a little too good to be true doesn't it?Through interesting case [...]

    2. Diet and exercise will change your brain age. As always, a good diet and a positive outlook on life will erase years off the interior and exterior of your body. His book offers some impressive brain before and after pictures and the usual dramatic life changing stories.Dr. Amen often mentions his website that offers his books, supplements, and self-help products for sale. He's in it for the additional sales he will make off his products.

    3. Every now and then I come across a good health, diet, exercise or food book. This one was a random pic at the library and I'm glad it was chosen as I could relate to the topics. As the book started, I wasn't sure where it was going and that it was just a book to kick your butt to start you on an exercise and diet program. However about 1/2 way in and relating many of the topics (i.e. diet, exercise and vitamins), I really started to listen. It took about 1 more week to finish off the books as ea [...]

    4. The subtitle of the books is "secrets to look, feel, and think younger everyday." Don't take that too seriously as far as the outward cosmetics of your appearance. The thrust of the first half of the book is combating Alzheimer's disease. That is not a bad thing, mind you, but the title might be misleading to some readers. The second half deals to a small degree with appearance and mental states, such as depression. Amen has written something of a cheerleader's book: "Eat the rainbow! Yay! Life- [...]

    5. I'm really giving the five stars to Dr. Amen himself, because this book covers a lot of the same stuff as his other books. However, it's a terrific wake-up call to what most of us are doing to our brains, namely NOT helping them stay as young as they could. His recommendations are pretty simple. Get daily exercise. Don't do alcohol, drugs or tobacco. Lose the extra pounds. Get off sugar, white flour and salt. Take multi-vitamins and vitamin D. Keep learning, no matter what your age. But which of [...]

    6. Is an interesting book with a plenty of tomography SPECT pictures which makes you feel curious and wants to know more about how your brain can change if you're doing the right choices regarding the food what you're eating every single day and also if you will start to supply at list with Omega 3 Fish Oil, multivitamin and Vitamin D(suggested frequently in the book) also I will like to add Vitamin C which I feel it's so important for your immunity system. I recommend this book for everyone who wa [...]

    7. Good information--know your numbers, good nutrition, journal, water, exercise, boost memory, mental health/stop addictions/sleep, SPECT imaging to measure and diagnose, blood flow, supplements (multivitamin/omega 3/Vit D/alpha lipoic/L-phenylalnine (endorphins)/serotonin to calm (5HTP/exercise/meditation/hypnosis/B6/Magnesium/GABA) dopamine to energize (Sam-e/green tea/fish oil/Vit D) moody (sleep/blood sugar), support system, amenclinics--but nothing new.

    8. Saw Dr. Amen at a special event at ASTD Monday night (5/10). Very impressed with his approach to health and the brain. Can't wait to start reading my autographed copy!5/17/2012 - finished! Great book, lots of documented advice on health and longevity.

    9. Went with three stars because I don't think I'll read it again, however the book did have a lot of interesting information and I feel more motivated to start exercising again and to start eating better.

    10. Read book after seeing author's PBS program. Some very good food for thought, but too much was a rehash of practical information. Way too much advertising for his products, services and success stories. All products and services come at an extra cost.

    11. This was an interesting book. Many of the people interviewed lost a lot of weight and became healthier. I hope to try and eat more fruits and vegetables. It really makes a difference in brain function.

    12. This book has sound information, though I didn't really learn anything new. His special angle is using brain scans in order to prove that one should eat better, exercise more, and think good happy thoughts. I get got it before I read the book. but if you didn't, it is a pretty good book.

    13. *** Possible Spoilers ***This isn't a bad book but it's a bit of overkill. Basically, brain health boils down to the obvious.Eat well-balanced nutritious means. Stay away from sugar and cut back on the fats. Get plenty of protein through lean red meats, fish and chicken. Drink lots of water.Get a good night's sleep.Stay away from alcohol, tobacco and drugs.Get plenty of exercise. If some of it can be aerobic so much the better.Stimulate your brain through continuous learning. Avoid too much rout [...]

    14. Very good info on brain health and how you can improve it. It includes many lists of beneficial foods and other factors that affect your brain. There are many strategies for improving brain health including diet, sleep, weight loss, reading, brain work, and exercising. Many things are the usual suspects but this book gives good details and includes many examples of real people including SPECT scans demonstrating definite improvement. The biggest aha for me is that obesity has a great effect on b [...]

    15. A self-help book on eating well and properly exercising your Brain. The writing is a bit repetitive and full of self-promotion. A few of the sections discuss specific vitamins that were new concepts for me. The first half of the book focuses on combating Alzheimer's disease. The second half focuses on mental states like depression.I do not recommend the audiobook, this book is meant to be skimmed.

    16. Mostly common sense and unsurprisingly, what's good for your body is also good for your brain. Get exercise and sleep, eat real food and supplement with fish oil and vitamin D. That's my takeaway.

    17. This book lost me when the author stated that plain yogurt with blueberries is as delicious as Rocky Road ice cream! Dr. Amen's book is loaded with "Rah Rah Sis Boom Bah" stories about patients whose lives changed because of his SPECT brain scans along with his special eating program. Nothing special about the program really, just eat nutritional foods and drink plenty of water, cut out sugar, salt, smoking and drinking. This is basically what you 'learn' from the book, in case you didn't alread [...]

    18. During classes for my master's degree, one was on the aging process. I have felt it very important to keep mentally active. As my mother-in-law grew older at 85+ and widowed, I saw her all of a sudden stop reading, crocheting, and being active physically. She started just sitting by the window and gazing out at the world. I told the family that they needed to keep her going, that she would soon suffer memory loss, forget where she was or the members of her family. They became upset with me for m [...]

    19. Daniel G. Amen is probably known to you through his popular broadcasts on PBS television. He is America's acknowledged guru on brain health and an energetic advocate for improving our lives through better nutrition, exercise, positive thinking and sound sleep each night. In this book, Dr. Amen focuses on how we can improve our brains as we age. The book is an inspiration for healthier living for those of us over 50. Mostly, Amen's message is to watch our weight, eat right, exercise often and tak [...]

    20. Dr Amen, a neroscientist who's evidence based data of his own studies of 70k brains scans over a 20 year period, discusses how individuals could significantly decrease their chances of getting Altimers or experiencing a long list of other aging effects and/or brain damage by simply  maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Dr Amen proves how a good diet, regular exercise, eliminating stress and other toxins from your life, keeping the mind active, and a combination of the right suppliments can reverse [...]

    21. This is a very positive book about how to improve your chances of living a full healthy life for as long as you can. It had lots of good thoughts and advice such as taking a lot of fish oil, taking vitamin D, doing exercises regularly, eating properly and sleeping at least 7 hrs a night. It was not that original information but it really made you think about what you are doig with your life. I have to admit that I am already doing almost all of the recommendations and still I have memory lapses [...]

    22. This book will completely change the way you think about food and encourage you to start using it as medicine, rather than solely for pleasurable purposes. Dr. Amen makes a strong case for why we need to avoid sugar and foods that immediately turn to sugar (such as white breads). He shows how bad foods and obesity in general are linked to not only physical diseases, but to decreased brain function and Alzheimer's. Amen offers sound advice for how to restore brain health, improve memory and stave [...]

    23. When starting this book, I did not think it was worth finishing because he kept repeating himself. As it went on, I realized the narrator was reading EVERYTHING in the book, including all of the subtitles. Maybe an edited version would have been better for the audio versionEVER, this was an excellent explanation concerning that amazing mass of goop that keeps our ear apart. While listening to the book, I started implementing some of his tips and have noticed a difference.Each of us have an amazi [...]

    24. Here's the message (not a spoiler, though): the more you know about something, the more you can't avoid acting on it.Use Your Brain etc. is another book that touts the effects of a diet high in anti-oxidants, low in bad carbs and saturated fat, with specific supplements, exercise, and mental work, as a way of reversing certain problems associated with aging. It has a lot of good information, tied together in the context of "before" and "after" SPECT scans. There's also a bit of shilling the auth [...]

    25. This book echoes good health advice presented in other sources: Don't eat junk, get exercise, sleep enough, keep challenging your mind, be connected socially, etc. The appendix lists natural supplements, some of which Dr. Amen sells himself. I was troubled by the lack of references and citations in the back of the book, but he states that these references are available on his website. The SPECT brain scans are not accessible by most people and are controversial regarding their usefulness and acc [...]

    26. This book covers avoiding Alzheimer's, diet and lifestyle and aims to make people healthier. It's full of case studies that always start with a detailed brain scan to identify the problems and focuses on diet, health and lifestyle changes as a solution to feeling younger with a focus on health rather than just appearance.I found the emphasis on knowing more about “knowing your own numbers” (BP, cholesterol etc.) to asses the status of your health interesting. It was also good to be able to d [...]

    27. Use your brain to change your age is from the best books I have read. The author recommend to measure some factors such as (BMI, Calories IN/Out, Average of hour slept, etc) and keep an eye on them within the healthy range. You feel like you Alzheimer's symptoms? don't worry, you can reduce the symptoms by following the tips in this book.Also, Good nutrition and exercises will help your brain to become youth and more efficient.

    28. An above average new-marketing health book with inspirational stories and some educational info plus various plugs. In this case, the main focus was on the brain and brain scans. I liked the short summaries at the end of each chapter, serving to drive home each lesson. My favourite parts were when he described the different brain types of depression and the different effects of specific vitamin deficiencies.

    29. Use your Brain to Change Your Age by Daniel G. Amen is a great book as it emphasizes the importance of proper nutrition and its affect on your brain. Dr. Amen has scanned over 70,000 patients with SPECT of the brain. He is able to correlate the patient's history with the brain scan results and have shown how certain foods can reverse some of damage that has occurred to the brain. This is one of those books that can change your life.

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