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What to Know About Whey Protein – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 410

What to Know About Whey Protein – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 410

Whey protein may be known for supporting muscle mass, but did you know it also has benefits for cognition and metabolism? Learn more about why this blend of amino acids is important for aging people from Amanda Williams, MPH.

Protecting Your Brain From Mild Cognitive Impairment, Part 1 – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 368

Protecting Your Brain From Mild Cognitive Impairment, Part 1 – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 368

Everyone experiences memory loss, but could yours be caused by mild cognitive impairment? Learn about what this means, what causes it and what can help from Jerry Hickey, Ph.

This Type of Dementia is Curable – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 216

This Type of Dementia is Curable – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 216

Doctors are finding that there are brain diseases that seem to be curable, including what is called autoimmune dementia.

Ladies, Being Physically Fit Can Decrease Your Risk of Dementia

Ladies, Being Physically Fit Can Decrease Your Risk of Dementia

Being physically fit is known to contribute to a host of healthy benefits, including staving off metabolic diseases and protecting against heart disease. Now, a new study says that being physically fit can highly decrease a women’s risk of dementia. What is Dementia? According to 

3 Lifestyle Changes that May Stave off Dementia

3 Lifestyle Changes that May Stave off Dementia

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released a report in June 2017 that says there is evidence that three interventions may slow cognitive decline and the onset of dementia, though much more testing is needed. What is Dementia? According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 

Dementia: How Does Weight Affect Your Risk?

Dementia: How Does Weight Affect Your Risk?

Photo by I Yunmai on Unsplash A new study designed to assess the connection between weight and dementia risk found that a little extra weight may actually protect you from developing this condition. The Study The study, recently published in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology,