BUILD A BET­TER BRAIN

Want to im­prove your abil­ity to mul­ti­task, en­hance mem­ory, and pos­si­bly even stave off de­men­tia? These three sup­ple­ments are key, say brain health ex­perts

Amazing Wellness - - CONTENTS - é By Daniel G. Amen, MD, and Tana Amen, BSN, RN

Take these key nu­tri­ents to im­prove your mul­ti­task­ing abil­i­ties, en­hance mem­ory, and pos­si­bly even stave off de­men­tia.

Mark Hy­man, MD, in his book The Ul­traMind So­lu­tion: Fix Your Bro­ken Brain by Heal­ing Your Body First, may have said it best. He wrote that if peo­ple “eat wild, fresh, or­ganic, lo­cal, non-ge­net­i­cally mod­i­fied food grown in vir­gin min­eral- and nu­tri­ent-rich soils that has not been trans­ported across vast dis­tances and stored for months be­fore be­ing eaten … and work and live out­side, breathe only fresh un­pol­luted air, drink only pure, clean wa­ter, sleep nine hours a night, move their bod­ies ev­ery day, and are free from chronic stres­sors and ex­po­sure to en­vi­ron­men­tal tox­ins,” then it is pos­si­ble that they might not need sup­ple­ments.

It’s safe to say that the above sce­nario is un­re­al­is­tic in to­day’s world, and that al­most all of us could ben­e­fit from sup­ple­ments. And re­search con­tin­ues to demon­strate that cer­tain nu­tri­ents ben­e­fit the brain in pro­found ways.

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