Dr. Karen Vieira has a Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences from the University Of Florida College Of Medicine. She has worked in hospitals and clinics conducting clinical research with patients, as well as in biotechnology laboratories, researching the biochemistry and molecular biology of the body at a cellular level. Additionally, she worked in the food industry with the largest food company in America. Her passion is discovering existing research on dietary and lifestyle changes that prevent, cure or improve various health conditions.
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Preventing dementia should be on everyone’s to-do list. With diseases such as Alzheimer’s occurring at such alarming rates, it is no surprise that you are here reading this. Perhaps you are seeking ways to reboot your brain health to prevent neurodegenerative disease. Fortunately, we have formulated a powerful, science-backed morning
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In the recent past, the only way to be evaluated for the early signs of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia was to complete a cognitive assessment at a medical professional’s office. The need to physically attend an appointment presents a major access barrier for many people. Access barriers