Bump Up Brain Power NATURALLY
Memory fails come in two flavors.
The first is no big deal. Sure, forgetting the name of your old coworker from a few jobs ago might be a bit embarrassing. And forgetting why you walked into a room is annoying…
But it’s just a typical “brain burp.” And neither is the end of the world.
However, the second flavor is a bit MORE disturbing. Something like forgetting your way to the grocery store you visit regularly or blanking on how your washing machine works.
It can make you worry.
But the bottom line is we’d like to avoid both versions if we can. And fortunately, we can do precisely that by building a SUPER BRAIN.
How? Let me show you…
Loading up on the following four brain-supporting nutrients could turn the tide. Each is proven to boost focus and concentration for a better memory.
When we think about omega-3s, we think heart health. And it’s true, they ARE fantastic for your ticker.
But omega-3s are JUST as vital for brain health.
Getting more of these healthy fats improves attention span, memory, and the ability to complete tasks.
You can get omega-3s from salmon (and other cold-water fish), chia seeds, walnuts, dairy, and grass-fed beef.
- Vitamin C:
Vitamin C is a superstar when it comes to immune system support. But it turns out you should also be getting plenty of C for its impressive brain-boosting benefits.
Your brain’s neurotransmitters require vitamin C to produce norepinephrine, a hormone controlling your attention and response actions. Plus, C also helps your body battle damaging oxidative stress.
You can get more vitamin C from oranges, bell peppers, strawberries, leafy greens, and blueberries.
- B vitamins:
B vitamins are your brain’s best friends. They support numerous critical brain functions, including converting nutrients into neurotransmitters like serotonin and helping your mitochondria function properly.
Running low on B vitamins is linked to trouble focusing and slower learning.
But having plenty of Bs on board boosts concentration, improves memory, and increases your energy levels.
You can get your B vitamins from potatoes, avocados, spinach, and eggs.
- 4. Vitamin D:
If you’re a regular reader, you KNOW how critical vitamin D is for your health. But you may not realize how vital it is for proper brain function, too.
You see, vitamin D3 supports nerve function in your brain. And it’s necessary for good focus and concentration.
Low D levels affect cognitive function, contribute to depression, and rob you of energy.
Yet, shockingly, at least 40 percent of us are low in this super vitamin.
By far, the best way to boost D is from direct sunlight. But you can also get more through diet by eating fatty fish, like salmon and tuna.
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Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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