1. How to build a “super brain”… in 6 EASY steps 

    I don’t need to tell you that our brains are under ASSAULT.  

    Depression rates are skyrocketing… and people are starting to develop dementia in their 40s! 

    This was UNHEARD OF only a generation ago.  

    Everything from the processed foods we eat to the dangerous drugs we take can slowly destroy our brains.  

    Now, it’s time to fight back.  

    Because there are six “power nutrients” that can help protect your brain from damage.  

    And they can help keep your brain sharp and humming along for the rest of your life.  


    Lots of doctors used to think there wasn’t much you could do to protect your brain.  

    It all came down to luck and genetics – you were either going to have brain problems, or you weren’t.  

    Now we know that we have a lot more control over our brain health.  

    Here are six supplements that are proven to keep you sharp and act like “armor” for your brain: 

    1. Omega-3s: I can’t say enough about the omega-3 fatty acids EPA/DHA. These necessary fats are one of the biggest deficiencies in the modern world – almost completely missing from our diets. Studies have shown omega-3 fatty acids are good for your heart, immune system, brain, and blood vessels. EPA/DHA also help with mood and reasoning abilities.  
    1. vitamins: Want to guarantee you feel depressed? Make sure you avoid the B vitamins. B vitamins help with depression, but also dementia, and poor thinking. B vitamins can be found in beef liver, fish, poultry, eggs and dairy products. Make sure you are getting enough B12, B6, folate, and biotin.  
    1. Curcumin: This is the main bioactive compound found in the spice turmeric. Curcumin protects your brain in several ways. It increases levels of dopamine and serotonin (in fact, it works as a great antidepressant). It also increases blood flow to the brain. Most importantly, curcumin acts as a powerful antioxidant and brain protectant.  
    1. Ginkgo biloba: The most popular herb in the world is ginkgo. It is so effective as a medicine, that it is used as a prescription in Europe. Gingko improves memory and cognitive functions by improving small blood flow (called microcirculation). It has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety and improve short-term memory.  
    1. Zinc: This mineral is a big part of your immune system, but it also has a huge impact on mental health. Studies have shown zinc helps with mood disorders, depression, and anxiety. You can find zinc in red meat, poultry, beans, and whole grains.  
    1. CoQ10: This nutrient helps support the mitochondria, the energy centers of our cells. And, remember, your brain needs a TON of energy. CoQ10 is also great for your heart.  

    While you can get lots of these nutrients from your diet, they’re also widely available at just about any local or online vitamin shop.  

  2. The ancient Chinese secret that can sharpen your brain

    It scrambles your memory… leaves you dazed and confused… and can even alter your personality.

    No, it’s not one of those “funny cigarettes” that your friends tried to get you to smoke in the ’60s.

    I’m talking about the changes that occur in your brain as you age.

    But according to a new study, it’s not a life sentence – because all you’ve got to do to shield your gray matter from these changes is turn over a new "leaf."
    That is, the leaves of an ancient Chinese tree called ginkgo biloba can perk up your brain!

    You’ve surely heard of ginkgo before -- it’s one of nature’s most powerful memory-boosters.

    We already know that ginkgo can help improve the quality of your memories. You could even say that it can “turbo-charge” your mind – even if it’s become like a sieve as you’ve added candles to your birthday cake.

    That’s right -- it can become a steel trap again!

    And since Traditional Chinese Medicine has been using ginkgo as an herbal remedy for centuries, it's no wonder that the new study was conducted in China!
    In this latest study, researchers sifted through oodles of previous findings to figure out HOW ginkgo guards your brain.

    And it appears as though there are at least three mechanisms at work here.

    For one, it looks like ginkgo can cool your brain off in times of stress. Not only that, but it also helps prevent damage when stress occurs (as it inevitably does).
    And all the while, ginkgo keeps that gray matter clean and clear of gunk – which helps you to think clearly AND stay focused!

    So, if you want to chase those "brain burps" away, give this ancient herb a try.

    You can easily find ginkgo biloba in supplement form at your local health food store or online.

    I’ve also included it in my latest breakthrough formula, along with two other “neuro nutrients” that can help you practically regrow a new brain!

    You see, ginkgo is great on its own -- but if you’re a little on the older side, your brain has been shrinking at least since you turned the big 6-0. And that means that you may need a little more help than ginkgo alone.

    I first shared the news of my breakthrough last week, and the response has been so incredible that I’m not sure we’ll be able to keep up with the demand. I don’t want you to miss out on it, so click here to find out how to reclaim your precious memories and form new ones that are crystal clear.

  3. This spiny flower may save your precious memories

    You find yourself turning the house over looking for your glasses... blanking on the word you want mid-sentence... even walking into rooms unsure of why you went in there. We've all been there. Those "senior moments" of forgetfulness can make life feel like a comedy of errors, but if your senior moments keep stacking up, it may be time to...
  4. “Brain” games boost memory

    Fight forgetfulness by giving your brain a "workout" It sure is hard to get young people off their electronics these days. Of course, it looks as though they're hard at work while they're tapping, buzzing, and clicking away... but take a closer look at that iPhone or iPad, and you'll see that what's got them looking so serious is the...
  5. Late-night eating messes with your brain

    Don't wreck your memory for a midnight snack Even if you can stick to a healthy diet during the day, it's a different ballgame when late-night hunger strikes. A pint of ice cream never looks so good as when you're curled up in front of the TV with all the lights off. But according to scientists, if you give into...
  6. B vitamins combat memory loss

    Preserve your precious memories with B vitamins Remember the good old days when your mind was like a steel trap? You could tick off every family member's birthday and anniversary at the drop of a hat! Now, some days it's hard to remember what you had for breakfast. For years, we've been told that memory loss is just a natural...
  7. Autopsy proves aluminum is linked to Alzheimer's

    A British man who died of Alzheimer's had a brain saturated with aluminum, but fluoridated water may be the REAL culprit behind cognitive decline.
  8. How to stay sharp in your senior years

    Seniors who learn new things and take up new hobbies stay sharper than seniors who don't, according to a new study.
  9. Veg-heavy diet leads to depression

    A diet rich in greens can leave you deficient in iron, boosting your risk of depression by 700 percent, according to one new study.
  10. Losing sleep and memory at the same time

    The same conditions in the brain that lead to low-quality sleep in seniors can also cause memory loss, according to a new study.

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