Take 10 Years Off Your Brain With This “Cartoon Cure”
When I was a kid, I used to love watching Popeye cartoons.
I mean, who else can eat a whole can of spinach without the pipe falling out of his mouth?
And while spinach was the secret to Popeye’s super strength, is also has another health benefit that most folks don’t know about.
Because scientists have discovered a special compound in spinach that could help you think, remember, and focus better than ever.
And knowing how to use it could make your brain feel 5… 10… or even 20 years younger.
The secret ingredient in spinach is called lutein – and you’ve probably heard how great it is for your eyes.
In fact, you’ll see lutein in most vision supplements on the market today.
But lutein is also critical for keeping your brain from showing those typical signs of aging… you know, those “senior moments.”
In a recent study, researchers examined 60 adults, hooking them up to electrodes to measure their brain function.
Turns out that the older adults with the most lutein in their bodies had brains that worked as well as their younger peers.
It was as if they’d stopped… or even reversed… the aging of their brains!
Sounds good, right?
This study focused mainly on lutein’s impact on attention and focus – but past research has shown it helps with everything from memory to processing speed.
In other words, this important nutrient could help you keep your mind focused and sharp.
Here’s the catch: Your body can’t make lutein on its own, which means you need to get plenty in your diet.
The best sources of lutein include leafy greens like spinach and kale, as well as avocados and eggs.
For a lutein-packed meal, try having an egg omelet with spinach, mushroom, and tomatoes. Add some sliced avocado on the side, and you’ll have all the lutein you can handle.
Lutein supplements are also available just about anywhere. Expect to spend $10 to $20 for a month’s supply.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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