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Simple ways to dramatically improve your brain function


Would you like to maximize your brain function? Most people would agree that a healthy brain leads to better decisions and greater prosperity. So, prepare yourself – as we explore the inner workings of the human brain and how to generate greater brain power.
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Rosemary is linked to enhanced brain performance and other health benefits


Rosemary's delightful fragrance combined with its pungent taste has convinced many avid cooks to use it in various dishes, including soups and sauces. It is historically known to improve memory by increasing blood flow to the brain and head, which by extension also helps improve concentration. Rosemary also has the ability to improve digestion and seemingly reduce the severity of asthma attacks. In ancient Greece, it had such a formidable reputation to improve memory that students would often put rosemary sprigs in their hair when studying for exams.

Wheat madness - Is this popular grain provoking mental illness?


A mainstay in most Western diets, wheat is normally not associated with mental illness. Yet research has shown an intolerance to compounds within the grain can cause major neurological issues, including psychotic breakdowns. Far from a benign food, wheat has been linked with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and even diseases like multiple sclerosis along with Alzheimer's. In the spirit of physical and mental health, many are realizing wheat is not a food to be consumed lightly.
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WANT TO GET FIT? RESEARCH SAYS JUST 12 MINUTES OF EXERCISE PER WEEK MAY DO THE TRICK


One of the measurements of effective exercise is increased oxygen uptake in the body and brain. Your brain requires about 20% of the oxygen you breath in. When you get more oxygen, your brain works better. Your best bet for increased oxygen? Physical exercise. Until recently, we have all commonly understood that great fitness is a product of many hours per week of rigorous training. New research may change the way we think about “effective” exercise.