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Chocolate on your Mind? What will it do for Brain Health?

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Roger Anunsen

Yum. Chocolate. Did you know that chocolate can help trigger the brain's pleasure centers for a happier, healthier life?

That is just one of the many exciting revelations that will be revealed when brain health expert Roger Anunsen, addresses the crowd at AARP Oregon's upcoming "Food and Music for Thought: The Six Essentials for Brain Health" on December 4th, from 9 a.m. to Noon, at the Downtown Athletic Club & Conference Center, 999 Willamette Street, Eugene, OR 97401.

Learn the evidence-based essentials of successful brain aging. Come and discover how to keep all your senses stimulated and enlivened.

Roger Anunsen is a brain health education and program consultant based in Oregon where he teaches "The Aging Mind", a gerontology course offered on college campuses in Portland, Oregon. Roger is a founder and co-principal in MINDRAMP Consulting that provides brain health and wellness events, programs and educational courses.

AARP members have identified brain health as one of the top issues they are most interested in. AARP has more than 500,000 members in Oregon, with 150,000 in Lane County.

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