1)Your brain uses 20% of your body’s energy yet weighs only 2% of your body. Your brain is working full time, even when you think it might not be, and needs looking after. Hydration, fuel and TLC are essential to keep your brain working at its best
2) Your brain is your own personal computer and is involved in everything you do. Like any big organisation, each area has its own set of tasks and the best results are achieved when these different teams communicate and work together.
3) Our brains control everything we do. Yet we don’t think we give them the value or respect they deserve. We think the brain is amazing, but undervalued and we are going to do something about it. What is even more amazing is that what we do and choices we make can affect and change how our brains perform and behave on a daily basis. And what we’re learning is that this isn’t just important day to day, but for the longer term, and may have the ability to reduce our risks of developing conditions such as Alzheimer’s dementia.
We recognise the importance of supporting those affected already by diseases such as dementia and depression. We will help local community projects focused on physical and emotional support for people and their families.
” We were delighted to be able to offer our products to over 300 guests at Street Soccer’s Women Inspired Gala Lunch on March 6th in Edinburgh.
David Duke, MBE and CEO of Street Soccer Scotland and his team work across Scotland to use the power of football to help people in need change their life for the better.
Inspiring words from David kicked the lunch off and we were on the edge of our seats listening to the incredible Mollie Hughes telling her fascinating stories from her Arctic endeavours illustrated with jaw dropping pictures of the real South Pole.
We are looking forward to working with Street Soccer in the future and were honoured to be part of such an amazing event”
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