CREDO VOLUME 1, ISSUE 10, SUMMER 2016

CREDO VOLUME 1, ISSUE 10, SUMMER 2016

Quote worth pondering- “True wisdom comes to each of us when we realize how little we understand about life, ourselves and the world around us.” – Socrates

Something worth reading – Alzheimer’s patients see reversal of memory loss

Yes, reversal of memory loss. Think about that.

Living here in Novato most of us have no idea what goes on in the giant building up on the hill. The building we are referring to is the Buck Center. It is an internationally recognized research center doing some life changing research on aging.

There are a lot of researchers who believe that Alzheimer’s is simply Diabetes of the brain and this research supports that theory. While the test group was small,  9 out of 10 people had significant improvements in cognitive ability by simply exercising, changing their diet, improving sleep, stimulating the brain and taking vitamins and supplements.

Something worth reading – “The Tail End” 

In this short but thought provoking article, the author considers not how many days he has left to live but how many times he will do the things he enjoys and how many in person days he has left with the people he loves.

How many actual days do you have left with your parents ? Your kids? Do the math and it’s likely less than you think. Don’t let that get you down. The idea is………….everyday is a blessing. Make time to do the things you love and spend time with the people you love. This article helped us both reprioritize these commitments.

Something funny worth watching – “Text message confusion”

WARNING! Do not watch if you are offended by profanity.

Speed and ease of communication comes with many costs. Watch this comedic interpretation and see if you can relate, even if slightly. Another oldie, but goodie. Don’t forget the profanity!

This might be something worth trying – Dry Farm Wines
Believe it or not, the wines sold by this company have no added sugar, thus no statistically significant added carbs. Perhaps even more important, Dry Farm wines feature far fewer chemicals often masked in many wines. Full disclosure we have not yet tried them yet, but some very reputable people like Mark Sisson (Mark’s Daily Apple) and Robb Wolff have publicly offered their support.  If you drink wine, check it out and let us know what you think.

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