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Alzheimer's

Introducing Outsmarting Alzheimer’s, the all-new book packed with75+ simple, low-cost solutions for boosting your brainpower and reducing your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.Outsmarting Alzheimer’s is for everyone affected by Alzheimer’s disease. Whether you are trying to prevent Alzheimer’s disease, already have it, or are caring for someone who does, you’ll find advice to help you reduce stress, live life to the fullest and find peace of mind. Click here to order now!

With Outsmarting Alzheimer’s, You Can...

Assess Your Risk

Inside Outsmarting Alzheimer’s, you’ll find dozens of questions that will help you determine your current risk level and guide you on your journey toward better brain health.

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Lifestyle Prescriptions

Whether it’s napping strategically, joining a book club or enjoying coffee in the morning, you’ll find 75+ easy solutions for sharpening your “smarts” in

6 key areas...

Create your Personalized Plan Now!
Outsmarting Alzheimer’s gives you acustomizeable 3-week planfor effectively incorporating all 6 Brain Smarts into your life every day that includes...
40 Easy & Delicious Brain-Boosting Recipes. Add to your Meal Smarts with flavorful dishes like Barbecued Flank Steak, Macaroni and Cheese with Spinach & Chock-Full Chocolate Chip Cookies!
Simple Workouts for Every Level. Increase your Aerobic Smarts with the 7-Minute Circuit or Low-Impact Routine.
50 Interactive Brain-Training Games. Get puzzles, games and memory builders you can use daily to challenge your mind.
Plus, Special Sections for Caregivers

Get specific tips you can incorporate into your own life as well as advice on how-to best assist your loved one in exercising their Brain SMARTS.

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6 Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore:
1. Forgetting new information
2. Forgetting important appointments
3. Trouble recalling information
4. Feeling challenged when planning or solving problems
5. Difficulty completing familiar tasks
6. Losing things
 
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About Dr. Kenneth S. Kosik, MD
Dr. Kosik has been treating and studying people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia for more than 35 years at Tufts, Harvard Medical School, and many other major research institutions. Currently he is the co-director of the Neuroscience Institute at the University of California at Santa Barbara and co-founder of the Center for Cognitive Fitness and Innovative Therapies.
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