Brain Cell Nutrition,
Improving Your Memory, Mind and Focus,
Increase Your Brains Cells Naturally
Memory loss can occur at any age and for a number of reasons. No matter what the state or age of your
brain, it’s important you continue to boost your brain cells and nourish your brain.
5 Leading Causes of Memory Loss and Brain Deterioration
- Modern diets and a stressful lifestyle take their toll on the brain. Dr. Perlmutter is a leader in the field of
functional neurology. He believes grain-heavy diets are a major etiologic factor in Alzheimer’s disease and
other forms of dementia. Dr Perlmutter makes the case that most forms of dementia are a consequence of
hyperglycemia, insulin resistance and chronic inflammation set off by excessive consumption of grain-based
foods. Sugar is another major culprit. There is also mounting evidence that cell phone and WIFI radiation
disrupts brain function and causes the build up of heavy metals in the brain
- A major cause of brain drain is the ongoing depletion of neuro-nutrients that in turn reduce your neurotransmitter
signals. Neuro-transmitters are brain chemicals that communicate information throughout your
brain and body. Certain medications play a major factor in the ongoing depletion of neuro-transmitters.
Memory loss is associated with the following medications according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
(FDA): sleeping pills; antihistamines; anti-anxiety medications; antidepressants; certain painkillers;
cholesterol-lowering medication known as statins; diabetes medication.
- The hippocampus a region of the brain involved in the formation and retrieval of memories is known to
deteriorate with age.
- Hormones and proteins that protect and repair brain cells and stimulate neural growth naturally decline with
age. Toxicity causes beta-amyloid to aggregate and is associated with a number of memory loss diseases.
- Decreased blood flow to the brain can impair memory and lead to changes in cognitive skills. Blood flow often
deteriorates with age. Blood vessels can become thinner, clogged or kinked.
The good news is memory loss and brain deterioration is now no longer an inevitable part of the aging process.
The brain is capable of producing new brain cells at any age, so significant memory loss is not an inevitable result
of aging. But just as it is with muscle strength, you have to use it or lose it. Whatever your age, there are many
ways you can improve your cognitive skills, prevent memory loss, activate and protect your brain cells.
Brain Cell Worx Is At The Forefront Of Nutritional Supplementation
Brain Cell Worx Intraoral Spray is a natural dietary health supplement that activates your own brain cells naturally.
Brain Cell Worx Intraoral Spray is manufactured in the U.S.A. Its patent protected application combines three
extremely powerful, natural, pure ingredients. These are:
- Alpha GPC (85% purity). Alpha-glycerophosphocholine (known as Alpha GPC or GPC) is a natural choline
compound found in the brain. GPC naturally increases choline levels to support membrane repair, increased neurotransmitter levels that aid the brain’s cognitive function and long term memory.
- Ginkgo Biloba (Highest Pharmaceutical Grade Available with 24% ginkgo flavone glycosides, 6% terpene lactones). Ginkgo biloba (known as ginkgo or maidenhair tree) is a potent herb that has been used in Chinese medicine for hundreds of years. Clinical evidence shows ginkgo biloba improves blood circulation and is beneficial for managing and preventing memory loss.
- Trans Resveratrol (99% purity). Trans Resveratrol is a stilbenoid and phytoalexin produced naturally by
several plants when they are under attack. The resveratrol in Brain Cell Worx comes from the root of Japanese
knotweed (the most powerful source of trans resveratrol and is purified to over 99%). Trans resveratrol is 250
times more effective when taken intraorally. It is one of the world’s most exciting anti-aging discoveries.
Clinical studies show resveratrol increases the functional connectivity of the hippocampus – the area of theq
brain involved with the formation, organization and storage of memory.