Maximise Your Brain

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    Maximise Your Brain - with Terry Small in studio with John

    Wednesday, 1 August 2012, 10:00:00 PM


    Terry Small, Terry Small Learning Corporation - Home is in studio to tell us how simply eating the right foods in the morning can maximise your brain power.

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    Eat healthy and be healthy is a simple and important statement. We are what we eat, it means that healthy food is so important for both our physical as well as mental health. Along with healthy and pure food some exercises are also important for good health and fitness. Yoga is a very effective exercise that provide good physical as well as mental health.
     
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    Yea, dat's why Uncle Ferd has Granny mow the lawn - it's good exercise fer her...
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    Exercising in your 70s 'may stop brain shrinkage'
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    'Intellectual & Emotional Capabilities' Slowly Eroding...
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    Will eating glass give me a pane in my stomach?
     
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    Adler wrote: So try to not let your mind be numbed...

    Ya mean give up postin' in political type forums?
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    Granny says she don't want nobody smokin' `round her `cause she don't want dey's cigarette smoke drivin' her crazy...
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    possum wonderin' if the mouses have human memories?...
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