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Top 10 Tips to Keep Your Brain Young | Elizabeth Amini | TEDxSoCal



Elizabeth Amini is a social entrepreneur with a background in science. She learned data analysis while working as a scientist at JPL/NASA. Elizabeth earned a bachelors degree in Cognitive Science (the study of the brain) from Occidental College and an M.B.A. from University of Southern California. Her Anti-AgingGames.com business plan won the USC Business Plan contest as well as the YPO (Young Presidents’ Organization) award for promising new companies.

Anti-AgingGames.com features fun and easy brain stimulation games designed by Nolan Bushnell, the Founder of Atari, and a team of expert neurobehavioral scientists. Our system includes memory, concentration, focus, and relaxation games. Anti-AgingGames.com includes tips distilled from over 17,000 medical studies that teach how to potentially reduce the risk of early memory loss through lifestyle changes.

We are a socially responsible company: 20% of our pre-tax profits go into an Impact Fund to improve quality and length of life around the world by providing medicine, clean water access, and supplies to places in need, as well as focusing on Alzheimer’s, dementia, and stroke prevention research.

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  2. Fantastic talk – boy she whizzed right through a ton of vital info. A lot of stuff I knew, but great to be reminded! Thank you.

  3. Brain exercise is the topic of this excellent presentation. If one listens carefully, it is a prescription that helps preserve brain health.

  4. Physical exercise, Brain exercise, Eliminate toxic, Socialize, Meditation/ yoga, vegetables, fruits, positive people and high purpose. Thes are some of the things she has enumerated. But I need to sum up. Join Hare Krishna ISCON and follow its philosphies when you want to. You will be in immortality project, death less with body, death less even if body is not more. What more you want. Here you can also find some people who are good. PS- I don't find time to be member of any group, further I also believe that since this world is full of people who are fake, it is always better to enjoy your company alone and I love doing it. Being in the habilt of reading and doing things my way has helped and till now it is doing great. God speed men and women. Regards.

  5. Carol/ exersize Kology

    Thank you very much for your generosity and research. To share this information freely is wonderfullll, I already have passed it on and will continue to. Another wealth of pure knowledge that changed my health by answering the WHY is an Australian nutritionist Barbara O’Neil. She like you shares with a pure intention to educate and help us change our chemistry and change our world.🎶

  6. The HEALTH and HAPPINESS Channel

    One of the best videos I ever watched. No time wasted. And the advice is great. Only the best doctors will match this preventative advice.

  7. Very informative and inspiring. Someone may have mentioned this already (I haven't read all 404 comments prior to mine) but ALCOHOL is absolutely a poison for the brain & body. I'm kind of shocked she didn't mention it.

  8. Thank you Elizabeth. Difficult and disturbing thoughts and in my case – dreams. Combat with positive self talk. How wonderfully and helpfully stated. Jack in Japan.

  9. Sorry but you are wrong (partially) about fast walking. It works for people maybe up to 60 years of age. After that, you're better off simply walking or hiking at a regular pace, or practicing Tai Chi or Yoga. I have a friend who was strong and physical, ate very healthy, and LOST HER MEMORY b/c she was in her 70's fast walking everyday. A less strong and aged body will steal the mind's energy so it can cope. An RN (Registered Nurse).

  10. The least communicated information can quite possibly be the most important. Memory is a double edged sword meaning there are things you want to forget. They will not surface in your memory banks and the things you would like to surface will.

  11. But remember…..there's always the paradox of the opposite effect: What would have been your brain health had you NOT done these things? The oldest recorded person, a French lady, smoked for 117 years, and lived until 122. I'll bet she didn't jog.
    And suppose you did all these suggestions, and STILL developed Alzheimer's.

  12. Shepherd's Chapel Network !!!!!!! Pastor Murray is an Anointed Servant of GOD who teaches the Word of GOD with Authority!!!!!!!

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