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The Mechanisms for Speech in the Brain ‘Work Like Predictive Text on Your Mobile Phone’

The wonders of the human brain have been probed again in a new study that reveals how your brain acts like a machine, your phone to be exact, predicting words even before you hear them, Inverse reports. Scientists hope to use this information to one day help persons with dyslexia, schizophrenia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

While the study synopsis didn’t specifically mention speech-impairing diseases like Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s, it does highlight the intricate mysteries of how the brain works. And as we wait for new developments, the good news is there are things you can do right now to “train” your brain to stay young and functional with a technique called Memory Palace, or Method of Loci.

With this brain training technique, you can improve your short-term recall by engaging your spatial and visual memory to memorize lists, items, names and numbers. Research shows this technique improves recall by boosting communication between the memory center and the visual and spatial centers in your brain.

Other strategies that can help improve your memory include other mnemonic devices, learning a new language, meditation, certain music and smells, laughter, exercise and various brain-training programs, games and puzzles.

Nutrition is also important for maintaining brain function. My optimized nutrition plan can set you on the right path in this regard, beginning with ditching all processed foods and replacing them with real, whole, fresh, organic foods.

This plan includes eating healthy fats that your brain needs for optimal function include organically raised grass-fed meats, coconut oil, olives and olive oil, avocado, nuts, organic pastured egg yolks and butter made from raw grass fed milk. Avoiding sugar and refined fructose is also important.
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