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Part I. Brain nutrition.

did you know how important is nutrition for our brain?. Our brain is the most complex organ. It is the center of thinking, speech, emotions and the main control center...

did you know how important is nutrition for our brain?.

Part I. Brain nutrition.

Our brain is the most complex organ. It is the center of thinking, speech, emotions and the main control center that controls all the functions of the body. They are constantly at work receiving sensations, processing and storing information. Generates thoughts, emotions and accumulates, stores memory. The nutrients in the food we eat keep the brain in its most efficient state.

With the right food, the obtained mass substances ensure that the brain functions quickly and efficiently and performs its functions.

There are about 60 known chemical neurotransmitters in the nervous system - which greatly affect our emotions. Neurotransmitters are made up of amino acids found in protein foods. Vitamins and minerals are essential components of food and are needed to convert simple amino acids into these powerful neurotransmitters. The mentioned nutrients ensure that the brain performs its functions quickly and efficiently.

Part I. Brain nutrition.

Another essential substance for the brain is fat, which is necessary for the structure and function of the brain. It is surprising that the brain contains more than 60% fat. This is because each nerve cell in the brain is surrounded by a membrane made up of fat molecules.

In addition to their important role in the structure of the brain, fats are also very important as carriers that regulate immunity, blood circulation, inflammatory processes, memory and mood.


Part I. Brain nutrition.

The brain is well supplied with blood. A steady flow of blood carries essential nutrients to the nerves; amino acids, vitamins, minerals along with oxygen and glucose, supplying energy to the brain. Only 1-2 min. interrupting blood flow to impair brain function, clouding thoughts, clouding consciousness.

The brain needs a variety of nutrients to function at its peak capacity. Neurons need to be fed in order to be able to properly carry strong and clear messages. The entire nervous system needs a lot of fuel to provide vigorous mental activity. We cannot do without good quality food, because it is the raw material for creating brain power.

We get the energy we need to power the brain and maintain healthy nerve cells and neurotransmitters from the FOOD we EAT.

Nutrients that support and promote physical and mental activity include water, protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals.

Therefore, it is necessary to choose wholesome food instead of empty calories.

Also consume nutrients that contain the components needed for the brain. These are medicinal mushrooms. For example, Lions Mane is part of "ENERGY TEA". "ENERGY TEA" can be called BRAIN FOOD. This tea contains herbs-plants that are especially valuable for the brain. Such as; GINKGO BILOBA - for improving memory, mental clarity, improving concentration, GOTU KOLA - improves cerebral blood flow, improves memory. These are super mushrooms and plants that have a powerful brain-nourishing, restorative effect. It is a powerful prevention of Alzheimer's disease. It is worth using regularly. Doing mental work. When you want to have healthy and real energy. Tea is rich in natural minerals such as; potassium, magnesium, zinc, iron, selenium, etc. found here;

What are empty calories?

These are highly processed foods, including flour confectionery, cookies, candies, sugary breakfast products, canned goods, and snacks. By eating them, you can even very quickly exceed the daily calorie limit, but they will not contain vitamins and minerals that strengthen mental and physical health.

Good quality whole foods include; fruits, berries, vegetables, salads, whole grains, nuts, seeds, cereals, legumes as fresh as possible. If you eat fish, it must be wild or organically farmed like meat.

All whole foods contain some protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals.

In order to get all amino acids, it is not necessary to eat animal products. There is enough in plant products as well. However, you need to eat as many different products as possible. To be a synergistic food. For example; A combination of legumes, fresh vegetables with grains, brown rice, whole grain pasta. Sesame seeds with bertoletia and fresh vegetables. Lentils, beans with any kind of nuts.

About this and even more information, suitable synergistic recipes can be found in the books "RESTARTS" and "Super Health" here..


Complete and incomplete proteins

Part I. Brain nutrition.

Already in the first part, we discussed that proteins are necessary for the formation of neurotransmitters-carriers of brain impulses. Digested protein is broken down into smaller derivatives - amino acids. The body needs approximately 22 amino acids. For the body to use amino acids properly, all eight essential amino acids need to be in the right ratio.

Dietary proteins are divided into "complete" and "incomplete". e.g. most milk, fish, and meat products contain all eight amino acids, so they are called complete proteins.

And grains, nuts, vegetables, fruits are not nutritious. since they contain less than eight amino acids. Therefore, proteins with smaller amounts should be combined with other products. pv.z beans with corn, nuts, rice, seeds and grains. This is called synergistic food.

You can find nutritious, synergistic recipes for the body's recovery by e-mail. in the nutrition program here...

So it does not mean at all that complete proteins provide better amino acids than vegetable combinations. Although products of animal origin contain all amino acids, they contain too much saturated fat, which is not useful for our body.

To restore and supplement the body with nutrients, use the mixture "ELIXYRAS" - an alkalizing supplement for a healthy body, a healthy brain. It helps bring oxygen to the brain. You can find it here:

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Gary L. Wenk "Your brain on food"

Brain food by Lorraine Perretta

Brain food by Cole Hudson

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