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Optimal Brain Nutrition
Apr 16th, 2014 by

Optimal Brain Nutrition

When I practiced as a doctor of Naturopathic medicine I found that supplements feeding the brain could reverse many neurological problems. 25 years ago my father had Parkinson's disease and was taking many medications. Through careful research I put together a formulation and asked him to take the supplements. I never had to ask him to take the supplements again, he would tell me, "You know I'm getting mighty low on those vitamins you gave me." My father being of an older generation and from the south this was quite a statement; it proved to me that he felt a difference on the supplements. I saw that he was able to keep strength and mobility quite well while he was on this program. Unfortunately my mother passed away and he married another woman who convinced him that he did not need to take any supplements. His health went down so quickly it was amazing and he died within three years after marrying her.

I am not stating that the supplements cured the Parkinson's disease, but they gave him mental clarity and energy that his body desperately needed. The proof was how quickly he deteriorated once he stopped using supplementation.

The supplements that feed the brain most effectively are, in order, as follows:

Spirulina. This tiny aquatic plant has been eaten by humans since prehistoric times and is grown worldwide as a healthy food. Imagine a vegetable with more protein than soy, more Vitamin A than carrots, more iron than beef, profound source of protective phytochemicals, naturally low in fat, source of the essential fatty acid GLA and is easy to digest. This food goes directly to the brain. It is an absolute must for people with Attention Deficit Disorders, Parkinson's disease, Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis Alzheimer's disease, Autism, and any brain disorders.

Lecithin is an important phospholipid needed by all living cells.

One of many benefits of lecithin is its ability to aid in memory function and learning. Many studies have been conducted where people reported higher retention in learning and ability to recall information with an increase of lecithin. Even patients with Alzheimer's disease reported an improvement in memory and orientation. Lecithin is essential for people with Attention Deficit Disorders, Parkinson's disease, Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis Alzheimer's disease, Autism, and any brain disorders.

Niacin, or vitamin B3, combines with other B vitamins to release energy in the cells, and to regulate circulation, hormones, glucose, and hydrochloric acid in the body. Niacin also works closely with riboflavin (vitamin B2) and pyridoxine (vitamin B6) to promote healthy skin, and keep the nervous and digestive systems running smoothly. This is an important supplement for neurological problems. When combined with a Multivitamin you will not experience a flush.

Multivitamins. Consistent use of multivitamins and other key supplements can promote good health and help prevent disease, according to a comprehensive new report released by the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN). The report found that ongoing use of multivitamins (preferably with minerals) and other single-nutrient supplements (like calcium or folic acid) demonstrated quantifiable positive impact in areas ranging from strengthening the immune system of highly-vulnerable elderly patients, to drastically reducing the risk of neural tube birth defects such as spina bifida.

The brain will readily absorb these nutrients and a person will see a change in how they feel mentally and physically quickly with daily usage of these powerful supplements. Most people experience a change within two weeks of usage.

Natural Supplements have been found to reverse many conditions that were unable to be treated by any other modality; this has been documented by many different health organizations. The quality of the supplement has to do with the effectiveness of treatment. Natural supplements with careful quality control procedures can mean the difference between success and failure.

When it comes to eating-protein food is readily absorbed by the brain. Fish and eggs feed the brain more effectively than most other protein foods. Eat fresh fruits and vegetables for the valuable minerals and vitamins to energize the brain. Minimize carbohydrates such as bread, pastry and pizza.

Start feeding your brain today and have a happier healthy life!

I practiced as a doctor of Naturopathic medicine for over twenty years. I have extensive knowledge on the body and have written several articles on some of the main health issues and questions I have seen over the years. I specialize in the modalities such as: nutrition, supplements, physical medicine (includes soft tissue manipulative therapy, physiotherapy, sports medicine, exercise and hydrotherapy)

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Fat Burning Diet Mistakes Fixes And Facts To Burn Fat Fast
Aug 1st, 2011 by Aldouspi

Fat Burning Diet Mistakes Fixes And Facts To Burn Fat Fast

To burn fat you must be in a calorie deficit simple right? This deficit is accomplished by reducing the number of calories you eat each day or increasing your energy expenditure through exercise. To burn fat fast a combination of both is best.

What's important to keep in mind with your fat burning diet and workouts is that you must make certain adjustments to make sure you are actually burning fat and not lean muscle.

Mistake #1 - Losing Muscle And Fat

This is a common problem, rather than getting leaner, you can lose a combination of both muscle and fat. In order to stop this and just burn fat, increase your protein intake, Reduce your modified carbohydrate intake, Stick to fruits, vegetables, and raw nuts for carbs limit your cardio workouts and keep your weight training heavy.

Doing light weight, high rep workouts are the primary reason why you lose lean muscle.

Keep in mind that a good rate for fat loss is about one to two pounds a week. More than that and there is a good chance that you're losing muscle.

* Fat Burning Fact *

In order to burn one pound of fat, you have to create a total caloric deficit of 3,500 calories. The normal approach is to aim for 500 calories a day so that you total the 3,500 calories over the course of one week.

Mistake #2 - Not Changing Your Workouts

I'm a big believer in variety in my workouts. The human body has a great defense mechanism against change. Stick with the same workouts(exercises, sets and reps, tempo, weight etc.) and your body will quickly adapt and you will stop burning fat and adding lean muscle.

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By changing your workouts, doesn't happen. Change your exercises. Always strive to lift more weight. Use complexes doing one exercise right after the other as an example: Do a set of Bench Presses then go straight into a set of Bent over Rows. Rest and repeat. Use timed sets. Set a timer for say 15 minutes, using the example I just gave you see how many reps you can do in the 15 minutes next workout try to top it.

Mistake #3 - Not Using Weight Training

When it comes to fat burning all too often the advice is marathon treadmill workouts or overdone aerobics classes. With this approach you are really cutting your fat loss efforts short.

Weight training Increases Your Metabolism

Weight training has been proven to give a long lasting boost to your metabolism long after your workout is over. Weight training will help you maintain your total amount of lean muscle, creating a permanent increase in metabolism.

Muscle burns calories at a higher rate. So by having more lean muscle your metabolism will be working at a higher rate even at rest.

Cardio training will only cause a short rise in your metabolic rate for an hour or two after your workout, taking away from the overall calorie-burning benefits compared with resistance training.

Mistake #4 Low Intensity Cardio Workouts

Use high intensity Interval training, a higher heart rate burns more calories. For example, you burn 100 calories in 20 minutes of low-intensity work compared to 160 calories in 10 minutes of high intensity, and you also burn more total fat in less time during a high-intensity workout.

Think Interval Training, using sprints as an example, sprint for one minute and then walk or jog for two are best for burning fat.

Combining high-intensity sprints (anaerobic) for 1 minute with walking or jogging for 2 minutes also boosts your metabolism long after the workout is done, so you're still burning fat and calories hours after your workout is over.

There are a lot of subtle changes that can make a big difference in getting to your health and fitness goals. If you think about and are aware of what you are eating on a daily basis I would bet making some healthy substitutions you could easily lose 500 calories a day. When it comes to diet it is Never about skipping meals it is about making healthier choices.

With your workouts always use heavy weight (what is heavy to you), use compound exercises(squats, deadlifts, clean & press, dips, rows etc.) this is where you get the best results in lean muscle gains and fat burning. Always workout with intensity. Keep your workouts short. If you are using compound exercises you can work your whole body in 3-5 exercises.

Losing that excess body fat doesn't need to be as complicated as some would have you believe. The subtle changes I talked about in this article are easily accomplished. The question is how bad do you want it.

Just picture this for a moment: In 30 short days from now you look in the mirror and there it is - Or actually there it isn't. It's You with 8-10 lbs less body fat. Close your eyes right now see it and focus on it. Imagine how you will feel with what you have accomplished.

 

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