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Maximize Your Memory

From the Show: Talk Healthy Today
Summary: Memory lapses can occur at any age, but we tend to get more upset by them as we get older because we fear they’re a sign of dementia, or loss of mental acuity.
Air Date: 8/16/16
Duration: 27
Guest Bio: Brenda Fonseca, Global Cognition Manager, Kemin Human Nutrition & Health
Brenda Fonseca is the Global Cognition Manager for Kemin Human Nutrition and Health.  She has over two decades of experience conducting research on the neurobiology of learning and memory and working as a professor in the fields of cognitive neuroscience and psychological science.  

Brenda has her master’s in behavioral neuroscience and has numerous publications on the topic. She has been invited to speak at conferences around the world and is an advocate for public education on healthy brain aging.
Maximize Your Memory
Maybe you’ve gone into the kitchen and don’t remember why, or you can’t recall a familiar name during a conversation.

You may have even missed an appointment because it slipped your mind.

Memory lapses can occur at any age, but we tend to get more upset by them as we get older because we fear they’re a sign of dementia, or loss of mental acuity.

Dr. Jeff welcomes researcher Brenda Fonseca to discuss the nutrients that can foster brain health, as well as healthy habits that can help to boost your memory and brain power at every age.
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