Whether your goal is reaching and maintaining a higher level of health, achieving clarity in thought and attitude, creating emotional and spiritual balance, or living long enough to interact meaningfully with the succeeding two or three generations—it all starts in the brain. Yours.


Fifteen (15) contact hours of CE Credit are available for nurses who become Longevity Lifestyle Matters Certified Facilitators (LLM CFs) and for nurses who attend the 12-week brain-based Longevity Lifestyle Matters program. Arlene R. Taylor PhD, Brain Function Specialist; Realizations Inc CA BRN Provider #08580.


Longevity Lifestyle Matters (LLM) is a brain-based 12-week program and one of the first of its kind in helping people learn how to use their most powerful tool—their brain—in achieving an optimum and perpetual state of wellness. The simple but highly effective approach is not about dieting or deprivation. Nor is it about compulsively counting calories or over exercising. Rather, it embraces the exponential power of science in creating synergy between the brain and body, unlocking vast potentials for positive health and longevity.

The LLM program is neither a "diet craze" nor a "short-term fix." The researched components are designed to be implemented in balance, since the brain and body work best in balance. Every person’s brain is different. The commonality is that the magnificent brain, once directed, will individually design and implement health approaches that can be maintained for the rest of the person’s life—to help reduce risks for multiple diseases and chronic conditions and increase the potential for living healthier and younger for longer. A longevity lifestyle really matters.


The LLM program is presented in twelve, ninety-minute sessions—once a week for twelve weeks.


Audiences that are interested in understanding more about how to stay healthier and younger for longer.


At the conclusion of the seminar, facilitators and participants should be able to:

  • Define mindset and its relationship to health, success, and longevity
  • Provide an example of an effective self-talk style based on the white bear phenomenon
  • Express the independent link between sleep and longevity
  • Describe the strategy of "portion control"
  • Explain the concept of using healthier replacement ingredients
  • Describe the reason exercise has been called the best thing you can do for your brain
  • List the 14 components of a longevity lifestyle to be implemented in balance