[NEW] Heart Health and Dementia Connection?!
Nothing—and I mean nothing—in your body operates in a vacuum.
Everything is connected.
This includes the two biggies: your heart and brain.
So I was not the least bit surprised when the American Heart Association (AHA) recently made a statement about brain health.
Many folks know that blood vessel health is intimately tied to heart health.
For example, it’s common knowledge that clogged blood vessels can cause heart disease and increase heart attack risk.
We ALSO know that clogged blood vessels send your stroke risk climbing.
But now, a report from the AHA highlights new science showing a different way that blood vessels impact brain health.
Researchers uncovered a link between blood vessel health and Alzheimer’s and dementia.
And when you dig a little deeper, it’s easy to see why.
Your brain uses more energy than ANY other organ in your body. And do you know where it gets that energy from?
It’s the oxygen and glucose that are delivered by your blood vessels!
Blood vessels ALSO remove harmful byproducts created by normal brain activity AND regulate the traffic of immune cells in and out of your brain.
My recommendation to help improve your heart and your brain is very simple. Focus on a whole-food, whole-body approach.
That means you should try to…
- keep your blood pressure in check
- move more
- maintain a healthy weight
- cut out processed foods
- get plenty of sunlight
You’ll find that your brain, your heart, and everything in between will feel and function better.
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“The Neurovasculome: Key Roles in Brain Health and Cognitive Impairment: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association,” Stroke. 2023;0, Originally published3 Apr 2023, https://doi.org/10.1161/STR.0000000000000431
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