Omega-3 Fatty Acids Improve Cognitive Function
Let’s Talk Fats
Without fat, your body would die. So much for the myth that fat-free food is the best for our health. We need fat and lots of it. The question is, which kind is best? Fatty acids show up in our diet in three types: saturated fat, polyunsaturated fat and monounsaturated fat. —But, you already knew that, right?
If you did, chances are you already know which fat is best for your health. That is monounsaturated fats (coconut, olive, peanut, and canola oils). When it comes to cooking, coconut oil is best, while olive oil is great in salads and cold food. Probably, a little butter in your diet probably wouldn’t hurt, as long as there’s enough of the good oils to balance it out.
When it comes to our brain, which fat is best? What do neurons crave to keep the wheels in our noggins spinning smoothly? There’s a reason why fish has been known as “brain food” for so many generations. The Omega-3 fatty acids that fish contain have many benefits with respect to cognition and memory. –As well as your heart.
Seems like our brains crave docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) found in fish oil. And without it, learning and memory capabilities are significantly impaired. Additionally, when DHA uptake is insufficient, the structural and functional integrity of the cellular membranes of nerve cells in the brain is compromised. It’s time to get on the DHA bandwagon with all the brainy fish-lovers.
Studies show that DHA is required for normal brain development in human brains. In fact, newborns who were supplemented with DHA exhibited improved brain development which allowed them to process information more rapidly.
Nutrients to Boost Memory
- Vinpocetine – This plant-derived compound enhances blood circulation in the brain as well as the utilization of oxygen and glucose.
- Choline – A precursor to acetylcholine. Also, choline is vital for memory and communication between nerve cells in the brain.[the_ad id=”2709″]
- Citicoline – Improves memory.
- Pregnenolone – Enhances brain chemistry.
- Phosphatidylserine – Improves cognition
- DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol) – Enhances mood and alertness.
Phenylpiracetam and Krill Oil
Phenylpiracetam (Phenotropil) is a racetam nootropic derived from Piracetam where the only modification is the addition of a phenyl group to its structure. Especially relevent is that this addition makes it more potent and energizing due to a closer resemblance to a phenethylamine substance, such as Adderall.
Most noteworthy, Phenylpiracetam is up to 60 times more powerful than the original Piracetam.
√ Supports Memory and Learning
√ Improves Attention and Alertness
√ Boosts Work Efficacy and Mental Focus
In conclusion, Phenylpiracetam boosts alertness, cognition, clarity, focus, learning and memory, provides a stimulant-effect, and reduces symptoms of depression and anxiety.[the_ad id=”2451″]
Absolute Krill Oil
This Krill Oil formula from MäritzMayer Laboratories contains 500 mg of Krill Oil in one soft gel serving, which provides naturally-occurring essential fatty acids including Omega-3, Omega-6, and Omega-9 plus other Phospholipids and Astaxanthin. Made from fresh Antarctic Krill. Tested for heavy metals.
√ Supports Cardio Health and Healthy Circulation
√ Support Healthy Hormone Production
√ Powerful Support for Joint Comfort and Range of Motion
√ Helps the Brain to Function Optimally[the_ad id=”2091″]