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She is passionate about educating people on how their lifestyle choices can have a profound impact on the health of their brain. Anti-AgingGame.com is the first website offering scientifically-based brain fitness games optimized for mentally healthy people over 35. With the number of Alzheimer’s cases expected to triple over the next 40 years, She decided to offer an important public service by providing its members with daily tips on how to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia at any age through simple lifestyle changes compiled by AAG’s scientific advisers after reviewing 17,000 medical studies. A growing body of scientific research has found that there are numerous things that can impact brain health. Walking 30 minutes five days a week is linked to a 33 percent lower risk of Alzheimer’s; people who have an active social life have a considerably reduced risk of cognitive decline than people who don’t; and mentally stimulating activities like playing a computer game or learning a foreign language; are associated with a lower risk of Alzheimer’. Half of the 33.9 million Alzheimer’s cases worldwide are potentially attributable to modifiable risk factors, like smoking, physical inactivity, midlife obesity, hypertension and diabetes.AAG donates20 percent of its pre-tax profits to organizations involved in Alzheimer’s prevention research and improving lives around the world.www.antiaginggames.com, She is a social entrepreneur with a background in science.
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