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February 22, 2020 at 10 am
Published on Fri Aug 7, 2015 - 2 min read
By Bryan Bradford, Chief Nutrition Officer of Sunflower Shoppe Natural Foods
August 7th, 2015
For the classroom to the workplace, we all could you use a little boost to help us stay mentally engaged and focused. Here are our go-to’s:
Essential Fatty Acids
Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) are just that – essential. The body must have these nutrients to function and our body does not produce them on its own. That means we must get them from our diet of oily fish, or supplement with fish oils. A deficiency of essential fatty acids can lead to an impaired ability to learn and recall information. EFAs rebuild old cells and create new ones as well as assist chemical messengers in the body, especially in the brain.
2. Phosphatidyl Serine (FAZ-fah-tid-el SAIR-een)
This phospholipid is also needed by every cell in the body and occurs in the brain more than anywhere else. The supplement is extracted from lecithin and is found in eggs and soy. Phosphatidyl Serine is clinically proven to benefit a wide range of brain functions at any age, especially attention and focus.
3. Redd Remedies™ Brain Awakening
This impressive product combines three key ingredients:
Magtein™ is the only form of magnesium that readily crosses the blood brain barrier. Research has shown it supports healthy cognitive function, memory health and overall brain health.*
Amla protects the brain against free-radical damage.*
Lion’s Mane Fruiting Body supports the healthy synthesis of nerve growth factor and strengthens concentration and memory.*
For more information about focus, concentration and brain support or any other health topic, come see us at Sunflower Shoppe: where great health is just a way of life!
The content and opinions expressed in this “Shoppe Talk” blog are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any illness or to provide medical advice. We are not medical doctors and we do not prescribe medication. If you have any questions about the relationship between nutrition and supplements, we recommend that you seek the advice of a qualified and licensed health practitioner. Our opinions are based on the literature and data from a variety of medical doctors, chiropractors, naturopathic physicians, biochemists and other professional researchers. You are encouraged to make your health care decisions based on your own research and the advice of a qualified health care professional.