Sunday, September 27, 2015

Spingola Speaks 2015.09.26

Dr. Gary G. Kohls, Archives of his programs, YouTube videos

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1 comment:

Negentropic said...

People over 65 should do Soduko or similar mental puzzles every day, and accordingly increase the difficulty levels as they become easy to solve. It keeps the brain sharp and young. You can't rely on supplements alone. Also your brain (and reproductive system) runs on cholesterol, so eat plenty of grass-fed butter every day. My dad's in his 80s and his brain is still super-sharp because loves to solve mathematical puzzles, although, because he doesn't exercise enough, his other muscles have gotten weak and he has to use a cane. One of my uncles is almost a hundred years old and because he does mental puzzles every day (plus crosswords, he's a crossword fanatic) and has had the same light but effective every day exercise routine since his 30s, he can still travel all over the world by himself. He flies all the way to Armenia and back, all the way to Singapore and the Far East and back, with no assistance from anybody just like he did 40 years before.