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Posts Categorized: Cognitive impairment

It’s the go-to when we don’t want to search for the top to a Tupperware bowl. We marinate meat in it and sometimes restaurants fold it around leftovers. It’s a pan protector, a piping bag, cleaner, funnel, and a sharpener. It’s used to keep food hot and it’s one of camping’s greatest necessities. There are… Read more »

Posts Categorized: Cognitive impairment

As seen in the August 21st, 2019 issue of the Clarkston News… Have you read Part One? We all have those moments when we walk into a room and forget why we’re there. Sometimes we might search desperately for our phone and find it in the fridge—don’t judge me! We’ve all had a slip of… Read more »

Posts Categorized: Cognitive impairment

Nuview Nutrition: Battling Alzheimer’s and Dementia, One Brain at a Time You are invited to join our FREE presentation, “Ending Alzheimer’s,” where Cindy Crandell Functional Medicine R.N. C.N. will share her findings on the causes, symptoms, and treatments in reversing cognitive decline.  Cognitive decline is one of the most significant global healthcare problems, with over 30 million symptomatic individuals, and many… Read more »

Posts Categorized: Cognitive impairment

Mild Cognitive Impairment The brain is like a muscle that needs to be exercised and worked on a daily basis to avoid mental impairment.  As we age it becomes increasingly difficult to keep your mind sharp as it once was when we were younger.  Though it’s impossible to keep brain function at 100% as we… Read more »