The Best Supplements You Need For Peak Brain Power

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Is your brain power and memory excellent or do you think there is “room for improvement?” If you are not taking these supplements or getting these nutrients from your food on a daily basis, this could be the reason your brain is not working at peak capacity. Vitamin D3.  Vitamin D deficiency has been estimated to be as high as 98 percent and has been linked to a number of brain disorders, including dementia and its most severe form, Alzheimer’s disease. Vitamin D supplementation has…

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5 Newly Discovered Health Benefits of Fish Oil

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Fish oil is one of the most important supplements you should be taking on a daily basis because of its “bang for your buck” in terms the many health and disease prevention benefits.  Here are five of the most recently discovered benefits: Anti-Aging/Extends Lifespan.  Fish oil can slow (and even lengthen) telomeres on our DNA.  Telomeres are the protective caps at the end of our chromosomes (think of them as the plastic tips at the end of your shoe laces). Telomeres naturally shorten with age…

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Biggest Threats to Your Brain Power


Since your brain controls all of the functions of your body, doesn’t it make sense to take care of it so it can take care of you?  There are several serious threats to your brain.  Many of these are lurking in your food.  Avoiding these threats and feeding your brain what it needs to stay strong and healthy will ensure that your brain takes care of you.   Here are the WORST threats to your brain power: Sugar, especially High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS).  HFCS…

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How to Stop Your Brain From Shrinking

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Consuming the healthy omega-3 fats EPA and DHA are one of many important dietary strategies to reduce nerve cell loss, brain shrinkage and the memory and cognitive impairments associated with aging, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. A recent study that examined the brains of individuals who ate fish one to four times a week found they were able to preserve their brain volume, thinking abilities and memory skills over time.  This dramatically reduced their risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease. Another study found that a diet lacking…

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