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Most of us tend to think of the brain as an isolated control centre for all our other organs. But the fact is, our inner workings are far more synergistic. According to Karen Jensen, naturopathic doctor and author of Three ...Read More
Whether you’re cramming for an important exam or just feeling the brain strain of the back to school rush, nootropics can help you remember better and think more clearly. Nootropics (pronounced noh-oh-troh-piks) are a category of substances that are commonly ...Read More
There are several factors that influence the developing brain, including the health of the gut microbiome. Read on to learn about the relationship between the mind and the gut, and which optimal nutrients can support brain health.  A Smart Start ...Read More
There is a certain nostalgia and sentimentality that’s been associated with cod liver oil. It was the medicine of choice for many considering its long history of use dating back to the early 1700’s. As traditions were passed along, it’s ...Read More
What makes medicinal mushrooms so effective against stress? In order to effectively combat stress, it is more important than ever to support our immune system. It is why more of us are turning to supplementation and medicinal mushrooms to help ...Read More
Most of us tend to think of the brain as an isolated control centre for all our other organs. But the fact is, our inner workings are far more synergistic. According to Karen Jensen, naturopathic doctor and author of Three ...Read More
Mushrooms have traditionally been used for medicinal purposes for centuries throughout the world. In China & Japan, Lion's Mane was considered a prized possession and was served exclusively to the emperor. Its name is derived from its long cascading tendrils ...Read More
michellethompsonBrain Health
Your brain is the control centre for everything you do. It regulates how you think, feel, move, and what you remember. Just like the rest of the body, it is sensitive to physical changes that occur with age. In adulthood, ...Read More
Until recently, it was believed that the typical human brain, containing about 100 billion nerve cells (neurons) could neither repair nor regenerate itself. We know better now. We know that we truly are able to protect, restore and enhance brain ...Read More
Most of us tend to think of the brain as an isolated control centre for all our other organs. But the fact is, our inner workings are far more synergistic. According to Karen Jensen, naturopathic doctor and author of Three ...Read More
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