DAILY INN0VATION BRIEF by Maryanne Kane, Journalist


By Journalists Edward Kane & Maryanne Kane


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  • Incredibly, the leading cause of illness and disability globally is not cancer or heart disease.  It's neurological conditions including depression.  According to the World Health Organization, more than 3 billion people are affected.  According to new neuroscience research, there is easy relief.  Smart eating and drinking can significantly improve your mental health.  Here are a few suggested tips:
  1. Get the right micronutrients into your system like vitamin B, which is key to preventing depression, anxiety and forgetfulness. 
  2. Make sure you are properly hydrated.  Dehydration can make it harder for you to focus, think clearly and fully concentrate.
  3. Eat lots of fiber.  It keeps your gut healthy and allows it to absorb vital vitamins and minerals essential to mental wellbeing.
  4. Avoid fad diets that promote extreme dietary practices for ultra-fast results.  Their lack of nutritional balance could be deleterious to your mental health.
  5. Avoid junk foods that are rich in carbs, sugar and fat.  New research has found we are more tempted to junk food when we're tired.

  • These fresh, new tips on how to use your diet to improve your mental health are based on a UK research study of nearly 200,000 people and their dietary habits.


                                              Source: Mercedes

  • Mercedes-AMG unveiled a hot, high performance supercar concept just in time for the Monaco Grand Prix.  It's being called a Formula 1-like race car for two.  Here are some key facts:
  • It's called the Mercedes-AMG PureSpeed
  • This is the first look at Mercedes radical Mythos series of cars
  • Foreshadows where high speed performance cars are headed
  • Very aerodynamic sports car for 2
  • Open, radical design with no windshield and no roof
  • Combines innovative design and highly advanced technologies
  • Only 250 will be produced
  • Mercedes' goal is to provide a direct experience through the open architecture of the thrill of driving a performance car
  • HALO system in the car replaces the traditional A-pillar to protect the driver's head like in a race car
  • PureSpeed officially debuts in 2025 and makes an appearance in Monaco this weekend.

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