hrough the years both my husband and I have done a lot of reading on health, especially after our daughter was born with heart abnormalities. We try to do things naturally, with vitamins, some essential oils and skin/hair care. One concern of many people as they age is alzheimers and a healthy brain diet is one thing that the Alzheimers Associations recommends. We know that dark-skinned fruits and vegetables have the highest natural occurring antioxidant amounts. But then, we read,
“Efforts to breed new varieties of crops that provide greater yield, pest resistance and climate adaptability have allowed crops to grow bigger and more rapidly,” reported Davis, “but their ability to manufacture or uptake nutrients has not kept pace with their rapid growth.” There have likely been declines in other nutrients, too, he said, such as magnesium, zinc and vitamins B-6 and E, but they were not studied in 1950 and more research is needed to find out how much less we are getting of these key vitamins and minerals.” (Scientific American; Dirt Poor: Have Fruits and Vegetables Become Less Nutritious?)
If we cannot count on getting all our nutrition to help prohibit such things as alzheimer’s or with the concern of ways to improve brain performance and function, where do we look to get a good brain supplement? We can grow our own gardens and buy non-hybrid seeds, making sure to have heirloom seeds and then learning to save the seeds for the following years.
There is just so much we can do in the fast paced society we live in, and there comes a time we need to find a good liquid supplement. Why liquid? Because our bodies absorb and process it much quicker. One option is Liquid Health Neurologic which helps promote all facets of brain health and aids in memory function and includes critical phospholipids, amino acids, antioxidants, vitamins, and several well known herbal supplements such as Ginkgo Biloba and Huperzine-A. So if you have concerns of alzheimers or want to improve clearer, better thinking and memory, this may be something to consider.