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Eat wisely: foods that can destroy your brain. What to eat to improve cognitive function 🔹Trans fats. Small amounts of unsaturated fatty acids, called "trans fats," are naturally found in some meats and dairy products, including beef, lamb, and milk fat. ❗️But most of the trans fats found in people's diets today are industrially produced and present in cooking oils, where they are formed as a byproduct of the hydrogenation process. Margarine or vegetable oils contain volatile trans fats. Most cakes, cookies, crackers, and pie crusts contain fat that is made from partially hydrogenated vegetable oils rich in trans fats. ⚠️High blood levels of trans fats are directly linked to poor cognitive function, along with heart disease, cancer, diabetes, low fertility, obesity, and immune dysfunction, they also affect memory and increase inflammation in the brain.
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Ginger and Carrot Soup This nutrient-packed soup is not only easy to make, but it's also easy for your body to digest! Cooking time: 45 minutes 🔶 Ingredients: - 1 tablespoon coconut oil - 6 large carrots - 1 large sweet potato - 3 cups bone broth or vegetable broth - 1 cup coconut milk (BPA-free) - 1 teaspoon grated ginger - 1 teaspoon turmeric - 1 tablespoon dried parsley - 1 tablespoon dried oregano - 1/2 cup chopped green onions 🔶Recipe: 1. Heat a saucepan with the coconut oil. When hot, add sliced potatoes and carrots. Roast over medium heat until soft. Reduce heat to low. 2. Add the ginger, turmeric, parsley, oregano and salt. Increase the heat and simmer for 2 to 3 minutes. 3. Reduce the heat by removing the simmer, add the broth and coconut milk. Allow the soup to stand for 30 minutes. 4. Remove from heat. Blender whisk until creamy. 5. Serve with a sprinkling of green onions and a splash of coconut milk.
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Supplement to cope with stress and burnout! "I'm burned out" - these are the words you hear from people who have been stressed or working hard for a long time. The World Health Organization (WHO) and Mayo Clinic recognize "burnout syndrome" as an official condition that can negatively affect health. But it is not classified as a real disease. Burnout is "a syndrome resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been dealt with." ❗️Symptoms can be: Exhaustion, depleted energy, insomnia, anger, sadness, apathy about work, decreased productivity, and anxiety. The health consequences of burnout are similar to those of chronic stress: - depression - headaches - insomnia - impaired memory or concentration. ✅ Ashwagandha is one of the most studied herbs, which has shown its effectiveness in improving concentration, relieving fatigue and anxiety in people under stress.
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Why you shouldn't take Amphetamine, even if famous biohackers do The meta-analysis concludes that research on the effects of amphetamine on long-term and working memory in humans is biased. In addition, almost all human amphetamine treatment experiments date from 1985-1997 and have a tiny sample size ‼️Such a sample makes it impossible to look for evidence of efficacy, since the result could have been random. Such experiments must involve thousands of people. All studies published before 2005 were conducted without first publishing the design of the experiment. A review examining the effects of amphetamine in youth with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder on executive brain function (the ability of our minds to plan current actions according to a common goal) and memory concludes that the effects of amphetamine are not significant. 🔺A series of 2020 meta-analyses find no evidence for amphetamine's effectiveness in improving cognitive function in people without sleep deprivation.
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Why you shouldn't take Amphetamine, even if famous biohackers are doing so U.S. soldiers in Vietnam used amphetamine. It was given out, as one veteran put it, "like candy." 👉🏻 This fostered an addiction to amphetamine, which had tragic consequences, as amphetamine enhanced aggression. Some Vietnam War veterans recalled when amphetamine's effects faded, they were so irritated that they wished they could shoot "children in the streets." In recent years, an emerging trend is to use amphetamine and methamphetamine for mental enhancement. Still, studies find no evidence for the effectiveness of these drugs in improving brain function. In addition, amphetamine and methamphetamine can be addictive. To be continued...💊
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Stress and Uncertainty Breathing practices are the fastest and best way to achieve a state of calm. There's an inextricable bi-directional connection between stress and the physiological response of the body. When you are stressed, it inevitably manifests itself in a physiological response. Short and fast breathing is used by the sympathetic nervous system, which is part of the "hit or run" response, while slow and deep breathing stimulates the parasympathetic response, activating the "rest and digest" state. ✅The diaphragm is the key to controlling your brain state in real time. People were turning to breathing as a tool for stress reduction long before formal neurobiological research supported it. For example, a "breathing" walk combines a certain frequency, intervals and types of breathing, synchronizing it with walking steps and focus.
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Coconut smoothie with turmeric Spice up your smoothie bowl with chopped turmeric. It pairs well with an ingredient that's perfect for anyone on a low-carb diet - cauliflower! Cooking time: 5 minutes 🔸 Ingredients: - 1 cup canned high-fat coconut milk (BPA-free) - 1 cup pre-cooked and frozen cauliflower florets - 1/4 cup frozen pineapple chunks - 2 scoops of collagen (plain or vanilla) - 1/2 tsp. turmeric - 1 tbsp. toasted coconut shavings - 1/8-1/4 cup filtered water or more to taste 🔸 Recipe: 1. Place all ingredients except collagen and water in blender and whip for 1 minute or until smooth. 2. Add collagen and water and whisk on low speed until thoroughly blended. If desired, add more water for a more fluid consistency. 3. Serve in a bowl, garnished with toasted coconut flakes and turmeric.
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Antioxidants Antioxidants have compounds such as coenzyme Q10, bioflavonoids and phytochemicals, quercetin, resveratrol and vitamin C and E (higher than in standard multivitamins). 🔎Studies have shown that taking antioxidants before exercise reduces insulin sensitivity and stops the activation of the body's natural defense mechanism against oxidative reactions. Therefore, by shutting down the body's need for natural antioxidant activity that helps it adapt to stress and respond to exercise, consuming high doses of an isolated antioxidant (such as vitamin C or E) can weaken the benefits of exercise. Therefore, antioxidant supplements should be: 1) full spectrum 2) consumed in moderation. Take complexes before meals and only before very hard workouts. Otherwise, limit your antioxidant intake to only low doses and take as late in your workout as possible.
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You don't need motivation! If you have formed the right habits 💯 — You can do without iron willpower if you bring important things to automatism. In other words, to develop the 40% of the actions we do out of habit, without thinking and without changing anything.So, you can easily form them and change your life ✨ The most useful habits of successful people are collected
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Control your mind and your life will change 🔸 Overly demanding-you demand that all things and events in life be what you want them to be. You use the words "should," "must." You are subjecting yourself to great suffering by adhering to such rigid rules. 🔸 Overly judgmental - you do not forgive yourself and/or others for their failures. You may consider them guilty of many things, and your thinking becomes increasingly akin to critical reporting. Too comfort-oriented-your thinking is constantly looking for ways to avoid pain and get what you want right away. You resort to constructs like "too hard," "I need it right now." 🔸Too viscous - above thinking follows the same line of thinking even when it's not productive. You relive the same topic over and over again until it begins to feel like the only important thing in the world. This obsession can be about another person, an act done or not done, praise, love, achievement, neatness, etc.
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Hi❗️I'm Gina from Kenya 🇰🇪 Now I'm building a new life in the USA I created a to tell more about life in America. And yes, it's beautiful here! ❤️ 🆘 Be careful, by subscribing to the channel you will want to move here tomorrow — @
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Our job is to make our thinking as objective as possible. Irrational, unconstructive thoughts and false attitudes are most often the cause of our emotional problems! 🔸 Too subjective - you ignore the obvious, not wanting to part with your own "facts. You use your feelings as "proof of something", predict the future, guess other people's motives (without bothering to check) and act on superstitions and rumors. You underestimate probable events. 🔸 Overly frivolous - you convince yourself that the problem doesn't exist or that certain things don't matter to you (although in reality they do). You may also deny yourself strong or negative feelings by embellishing the reality around you. 🔸 Too idealistic - you have a romantic view of reality. You are full of beautiful but unrealistic expectations about yourself, children, family, profession, etc. Nothing in the real world is consistent with this type of thinking. To be continued...🧠
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How to determine the real cause of anemia What is important to identify the cause of iron deficiency anemia 1. Iron intake status For example, you have been a vegan for years, or for some strange reason you don't eat iron-containing foods 2. You have chronic inflammation - there will clearly be problems with digestion 3. You have a low intake status of B vitamins or they are expendable due to polymorphisms 4. Vitamin C status is also relevant 5. Another important aspect that is often overlooked is copper status! 📍Copper deficiency impairs iron absorption, decreases heme synthesis, and causes iron accumulation in the body. ❓What numbers to watch for. In addition to hemoglobin, we should look at: - MCV - when elevated, vitamin B12 deficiency is more often diagnosed - Transferrin - increased - iron deficiency, decreased - overload and inflammation - TSSB - increased - iron deficiency, if decreased - opposite - overload.
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Exquisite art inside the NFT — the next generation of the metaverse! Let us introduce the NFT-monkeys & punks killer — . Professional artists tackled the development of the enigmatic project, which embodies real art, and generates the next level of NFT. — Each NFT is the result of years of experience by pro artists; — The actual value of each work is millions of dollars; — Philosophy that overturns the familiar conception of the metaverse. Wow:
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Coffee Berry Extract Brain health and mental health always go hand in hand. The advice below will help you feel great, support your health, and reduce risk factors for diseases associated with aging brains. So, the coffee berry☕️ 👉🏻Studies show that 100 mg. of coffee berry extract (red "berries" containing coffee beans) increases brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which is a protein your body uses to produce new brain cells, by about 140%.
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Who shouldn't drink coffee - Why does coffee refresh you? Caffeine, when ingested, stimulates the adrenal glands, which produce adrenaline. So a person feels a rush of energy, the brain functions more actively, concentration increases. But people with a weak nervous system and problems with the adrenal glands, hypersensitivity, anxiety, chronic fatigue syndrome, caffeine is contraindicated. They become more nervous and irritable, panic attacks may occur. Some people with high anxiety do not even suspect that coffee makes them worse, they drink it in large quantities, while constantly taking sedatives. To be continued...☕️
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How much exercise you need to do Current American and European researchers highlight the following recommendations for physical activity: 👉🏻 150 minutes of moderate exercise per week (30 minutes per day, 5 days per week) Or 👉🏻 75 minutes of high-intensity exercise per week (15 minutes per day, 5 days per week). Exercise is recommended with a frequency of at least three to five sessions per week. The best results in terms of health benefits are achieved with daily exercise and a combination of both moderate-intensity and high-intensity exercises performed in sessions of at least 10 minutes.
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Who shouldn't drink coffee Sleepiness is gone, because caffeine blocks adenosine. Previously, it was thought to be the "fatigue hormone," but new research shows that adenosine is an "antifreeze" for the brain. Prolonged stress in the excitation centers of the brain, leads to the release of adenosine, slowing down not only the nerve cells located in these centers, but also the entire brain. 👉🏻 That's why you think better and concentrate better after coffee. But the lack of adenosine can lead to nerve cell depletion, brain overstretch and sleep disturbances. It takes more coffee over time to block adenosine, because the body adapts. There is another reason, coffee is a drug and can be addictive. ❗️Don't drink coffee when you are tired or anxious. Biohacking can offer safe ways to improve performance and boost energy levels not by squeezing out your body's leftover reserves, but by optimizing its performance, nutrition, and lifestyle adjustments!
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How cold should it be in the bedroom? For successful initiation of sleep, your internal temperature needs to be lowered by 2-3 °F, or about 1 °C. From this, you will find it easier to fall asleep in a cool room than in a hot room. The decrease in internal temperature is triggered by a group of thermosensitive cells located in the hypothalamus. These cells are adjacent to the suprachiasmatic nucleus circadian clock, and for good reason. As soon as the internal body temperature drops below a certain threshold in the evening, the thermosensitive cells quickly inform the suprachiasmatic nucleus. ✅This message, along with the fading light, instructs the suprachiasmatic nucleus to begin evening melatonin production and begin preparing for sleep. Thus, evening melatonin levels are controlled not only by the level of light, but also by the decrease in internal body temperature, which coincides with sunset.
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Sleeping pills and health Dr. Daniel Kripke of the University of California, San Diego, addressed this question. He found that people who used sleep medications were more likely to develop cancer than those who did not. In the early 2000s, insomnia rates increased. Kripke began studying epidemiological databases. He wanted to find out if there was a link between using sleeping pills and changes in the course of the disease or the risk of death. It did exist. ❗️ People taking sleeping pills were more likely to die during the study period (several years) than those who did not. In 2012, Kripke compared more than 10,000 patients taking sleeping pills. He compared them to 20,000 people of similar age, race, sex, and medical history but who did not take sleeping pills. ✅Those taking sleeping pills were 4.6 times more likely to die during this short period than those who did not. Kripke also found that the risk of death depended on the frequency of use.
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Get Moving! You know that physical activity is good for everything from heart health to good mood, whether you prefer aerobic exercise (like running) or anaerobic exercise (like weightlifting). Being active can also reduce your risk of cognitive decline. A little physical activity can help reduce inflammation as well as stress hormone levels by improving blood flow to the brain. 👉🏻It also helps in the formation of new neural connections in the hippocampus, which is an important segment of your brain that supports memory. Combining exercise with a healthy diet can improve cognitive function more than doing one or the other alone. One study found that simultaneous adherence to dietary tactics to combat hypertension and the use of aerobic exercise in older adults with mild cognitive impairment improved thinking and memory.
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Emotional Intelligence Test Emotional Intelligence (EI) tests assess an individual's ability to recognize and understand their emotions and the feelings of others and to use these skills in interactions with others. ❗️Recent research has shown a strong correlation between EI and social behavior, stress tolerance, good mood, effective decision-making, and leadership abilities. The structure of emotional intelligence as well as this test consists of 15 components: adaptability, self-affirmation, emotional perception, emotional expression, problem solving, self-regulation, impulse control, interpersonal relations, self-esteem, self-motivation, social responsibility, stress-resistance, empathy, enjoyment of life and optimism. The developers of this test relied on the research of Professor of Psychology Konstantinis Petridis and his colleagues at University College London.
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Elon Musk is on Telegram Now! Iron Man of the 21st century, colonizer of Mars, Tesla creator, PayPal founder, civilian flamethrower engineer, and sender of the first tourist to the moon. The channel is devoted to the genius, billionaire, playboy and philanthropist:
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Paleo pancakes with turmeric Cooking time: 40 minutes Ingredients: - 3/4 cup manioc flour - 2 eggs - 1/2 cup coconut milk - 1/4 cup melted butter from grass-fed cows' milk or melted coconut oil - 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon - 1 teaspoon ground turmeric - 1 teaspoon ground ginger - 1 teaspoon stevia - 1/2 teaspoon baking soda Ingredients for topping: - 1 tablespoon melted coconut oil - 1 tablespoon macadamia nut oil - 1/2 tablespoon coconut shavings Recipe: 1. In a bowl, mix all the dry ingredients together. 2. In a separate bowl, whisk the eggs. 3. Add melted butter and coconut milk to the eggs. Stir to combine. 4. Add the liquid mixture to the dry ingredients and stir until a dough forms. 5. Heat a skillet over medium heat and add 1 teaspoon of melted butter. 6. When the pan is hot, pour two spoonfuls of the liquid batter onto the pan. Flip the pancakes when the spatula is free to go underneath them.
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How to create a Top Telegram channel and make 4 office salaries on it? The hard way: 1. Take out a big loan. 2. Try to promote the channel from scratch The easy way: 1. Buy a successful ready-made channel. 2. Receive money immediately after purchase! is a place with proven channels for sale, which are already generating income. No cheaters are not allowed here - only safe transactions under the supervision of a reputable guarantor 95% of newbies lose their budget for nothing, stop with this nonsense! Scroll through the , choose a channel after your heart, and welcome to the admins' hangout.
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Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) BCAA supplements contain amino acids such as isoleucine, leucine, and valine. They increase mTOR, which helps control inflammation and plays a key role in maintaining cell growth and preventing cell death. BCAAs also inhibit cortisol production. The problem with most of these supplements is that BCAA powder tastes sour and does not mix well with water, so many manufacturers add artificial sweeteners and various soluble substances. Avoid products that contain aspartame, acesulfame potassium (ace-K), or sucralose. Xylitol, erythritol, stevia are the best sweetener options, and soy and sunflower lecithin (organic, non-GMO) are the best solvents. If you don't like sweeteners, try drinking BCAAs in their pure form. ✅Recommended dose: 5 g daily. Time of ingestion: Before, during or immediately after exercise.
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Dear subscribers, help us solve the $1,000 riddle👇🏻 Story: Recently, a mysterious channel popped up on Telegram: . No one knows its creator. No one knows its purpose. One thing is certain: cool artists are releasing tangible art in NFT that will be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. Anyone who reveals the secret of will have the chance to get their work for free. It's hard to imagine what those can be sold for. So, help us solve this mystery:
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Dietary supplements for brain and mitochondrial biohacking Some supplements shift the scale of what is possible significantly and allow you to overcome the obstacles that prevent your mitochondria from producing their maximum output. If you are showing signs of a decline in mitochondrial function, supplements will get you back in the saddle quickly. Coenzyme Q10 (COQ10). This antioxidant is produced in mitochondrial membranes. Its job is to carry electrons to the inner membrane, where it is oxidized to produce energy and protect against oxidative stress. In other words, coenzyme Q10 helps the mitochondria to produce energy more efficiently, protecting them from the oxidative stress that accompanies this process. ✅Recommended dose: 30-100 mg daily. Time of ingestion: consume with any source of fat to improve absorption. To be continued...
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Dear subscribers, help us solve the $1,000 riddle👇🏻 Story: Recently, a mysterious channel popped up on Telegram: . No one knows its creator. No one knows its purpose. One thing is certain: cool artists are releasing tangible art in NFT that will be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. Anyone who reveals the secret of will have the chance to get their work for free. It's hard to imagine what those can be sold for. So, help us solve this mystery:
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Almonds and Health 4. Helps regulate blood sugar levels Almonds are an excellent source of magnesium, a mineral commonly lacking in people with type 2 diabetes. Researchers have found that increasing magnesium levels in the body can help improve insulin resistance in diabetics. 5. Helps with weight loss Almonds are low in carbohydrates, but high in fiber and protein, which promotes a long feeling of satiety, thereby allowing you to reduce your calorie intake. Studies also show that almonds can improve metabolism and reduce waist circumference and fat deposits. 6. Helps improve gastrointestinal health Since almonds are a good source of fiber, they can be beneficial for improving digestive function and regular bowel emptying. Almonds also have a prebiotic effect, which can stimulate the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut.
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