Memory For Mommies

... Cutting through the Fog of Motherhood

  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

Memory Help

5 Brain Healthy Holiday Dishes

E-mail Print PDF


The holidays are a wonderful time for friends, family and food.  It is a time of tradition and memories.  It is also a time when we totally break free from our diets, abusing our body and brain by eating and drinking almost anything that we see (or smell).  While that’s a fine approach, we do have the opportunity to make choices that will  help our health and brain performance (without sacrificing flavor and tradition) during the holidays.  

Here are 5 brain and body healthy recipes with traditional ingredients that will make your holidays special.  

Memory and Energy Help for New Mommies

E-mail Print PDF


mommy and newborn

The one point in time where mommies really struggle with their energy, memory and brain health is in the first six months after child birth. So many factors impact a mom’s memory and energy at this point that it’s overwhelming. Factors such as, hormonal changes, lack of sleep, new child integration, establishing new habits, hyper focus on the health and wellness of the child, and others make it extremely difficult for a mom to focus on maintaining her brain health and energy.

Stephanie Miles of the Baby Center recommends a few easy nutrition steps that can improve your energy, memory, and brain health.



Mommies, Maintain Your Memory and Your Sanity Through Color Coding

E-mail Print PDF


color pencils 
For mommies trying to keep it all together, color coding is a proven process that can help with your organization (structure) and your memory. Because your brain likes structure and organization, color coding makes it easier to recall details, activities, even your children.  Implementing a color coding program in your life will improve your memory, save you time, reduce your  angst (looking for things), and help you maintain your sanity.
Why is color such an important element?  

Mommies, What are You Doing to Avoid Dehydration and Protect Your Memory?

E-mail Print PDF

 water footprints

Avoiding dehydration is an issue that most mommies struggle with every day. Dehydration is defined as a condition of inadequate body fluids. Most of us go through our daily lives in a mild state of dehydration. Research has shown that dehydration starves your brain of water which forces it to work harder. In addition, recent research has revealed that failing to drink enough water can make your gray matter shrink, reducing the size and performance of your brain. Researchers also believe that even just 90 minutes of steady sweating (without rehydration) can shrink the brain as much as a year of ageing. This has led some medical researchers to conclude that Alzheimer's disease is simply the result of long-term dehydration of the brain.


Mommies are more prone to dehydration more than others because of a number of factors including physical changes, increased pace of life, extreme focus on their child and minimal focus on themselves, breast feeding, stress, exhaustion just to name a few. Besides brain and general health, dehydration impacts energy level, mood, and the ability to care for your child. What's the right amount of water required to stay properly hydrated?



Page 5 of 12

Dedicated Cloud Hosting for your business with Joomla ready to go. Launch your online home with