Bruce Frankel

Author of the new book "What Should I Do with the Rest of My Life? True Stories of Finding Success, Passion, and New Meaning in the Second Half of Life."

photo: author Bruce Frankel


February 9, 2010

Hold them, that is, if you want to avoid small areas of brain damage that can lead to problems with thinking and memory in later life.

Instead, stick with a Mediterranean diet with a healthy dose of vegetables, legumes, fruits, cereals, fish, and monosaturated fatty acids such as olive oil, and go easy on the dairy products, meat and poultry, and saturated fatty acids. But you can keep that glass a wine.

Praise for What Should I Do with the Rest of My Life?

“Bruce Frankel’s upbeat, inspiring, timely book shows how taking a risk and fighting to find a passionate career — at any age — can reinvigorate your life...”

— Susan Shapiro, author of Speed Shrinking and Only As Good as Your Word

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