Kyl Smith, DC
- Attendees will learn about the strategic use of certain foods and dietary modifications shown to support and potentially improve healthy cognitive longevity.
- Attendees will learn about the importance of physical exercise for the support and improvement of cognitive functions in older otherwise healthy adults.
- Attendees will learn about the importance of nutrients that potentially mitigate the harmful effects of the stress hormone cortisol, reduce oxidative structural damage, and support healthy cognitive function.
Synopsis: With the Baby Boomer population at 80 million, one out of every three North Americans are now fifty years of age or older and poor cognitive function is a common complaint of aging. Health Care Practitioners will gain knowledge of peer-reviewed research substantiating the benefits of specific dietary factors, nutrients and methods of physical exercise shown to forestall cognitive decline, promote cognitive longevity, while improving memory and mood in certain patient populations.