Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are produced by home wiring, appliances, cell phones, and other electrical devices. There are many known ways EMFs harm your brain. No one really knows what living in this ocean of EMFs is doing to our health, but there is much evidence that it is detrimental to our brains. Here are some common-sense guidelines to reduce your risk.
On these pages, you'll learn about a variety of brain health and fitness topics using infographics. You'll use their visuals and copy to grasp concepts quickly. And they're fun!
Butter's another food with a bad rep. The reason is that not all butter is created equal. Almost all the butter found in supermarkets is not grass-fed butter, the kind of butter talked about below. There are many foods that we have been told are unhealthy.
Taking a break from constant or repetitive work tasks is one of the best things you can do for your health AND your productivity. If this idea doesn't seem like common sense to you, just read below about all the benefits you get from breaks and all the bad stuff that can happen if you don't take them.
As we say on BeBrainFit.com, learning, especially learning art, music and dance, is just great exercise for the brain. This infographic shows the beneficial effect music lessons have on
If you're looking for a brief overview of memory -- how it works, causes of memory loss, and ways to improve it -- this infographic has it in a nice-looking package.
Like most foods, you can go crazy with coffee and tea, drink too much of it, and cause yourself some problems. But there are many benefits of drinking these beverages...
Is sugar one of your favorite food groups? Think you'd like to cut down but it's really not that bad for you? There are a lot of health problems that stem from HFCS...
October 22 was National Nut Day! Not that kind of nut -- the kind you eat. Include nuts and seeds in your diet. They are loaded with healthy fats, magnesium, and vitamin E...
If you have a bad memory, you probably use the same, easy passwords to log in to all of your online accounts. That is a terrible idea!
Sitting is a killer. It contributes to the US epidemics of obesity, heart disease, and diabetes, which can lead to cognitive decline.