Let me start with a question: what is more important than that grey matter between your ears? We all know the answer to that question and that is why I am going to show you a Brain Diet that will dramatically improve your ability to learn, your memory and your congition in general. What you eat and drink (and a few lifestyle changes) can actually rebuild your brain no matter what your age.
Remember: your brain and memory are what determines your personality, your intelligence, your ability to function in your career and relationships and even your sexuality. And how many of you reading this want to end up like Uncle Harold, talking to himself in some home where he can't remember what happened 30 seconds ago? You need your brain. You need your memory.
Here's the good news: cience has proven that you can actually jump start your memory, cognition and mental faculties in middle age and beyond. In other words, even if your brain has started to go through the normal process of atrophy associated with aging, you can actually begin a program that will actually rewire your brain and even develop new synapses. Scientists call this neurogenesis. You can even put a halt to what scientists thought, until a few years ago, was the inevitable shrinking of the brain and atrophy of your brain.
Let me put it another way: forget all the stupid memory books and memory tricks and get on the Brain Diet. You can improve your memory without trying to do any unnatural acts. When you were younger, did you do weird associations or tricks to remember something? No! While it was not always effortless, you certainly did not have stress and strain. You just remembered it. Well, you can do same thing now if you will take the time to rebuild your brain. Researchers even have a name for this rebuilding of brain cells and connections: neurogenesis. (Please read this link on Brain Killers as well. You need to protect your precious grey matter from many dietary, environmental and life style dangers that you might not have ever thought about!)
This is incredibly important because "according to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2020 almost 20 percent of the U.S. population will be over 65; over 12 million people will be over 85; more than 500,000 Americans will be over 100 - the fastest growing age group of all".  The entire population is aging and there is no need for this to be a demographic disaster. Peak Testosterone is all about showing you how to maintain your youthful memory, cognition, energy and fitness throughout your life - using science of course.
The important thing is to start now. It is a fact that you can rebuild your brain through a proper Brain Diet no matter what age you are. Please don't wait until the plaques and tangles of Alzheimers have slowly destroyed your grey matter, especially in the memory areas of the brain, and it is too late. It is time to boost both your memory and mental abilities by following these research-proven principles:
NEWS FLASH: There's an old saying, "The worse it tastes, the better it is for you." Well, that sort of earthy cynicism just does not always play out in the health world. A 2009 study exemplifies this best by declaring my three favorite (or darn close) foods and drinks "dementia busters." For me there is no better news than to hear that red wine, dark chocolate and tea are all associated with better cognitive performance. 
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