Intelligence Intensity: Learn 8 tips on how to dramatically increase your intelligence instantly! [NOOK Book]

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What we've discovered about our amazing minds in only the past ten years is
mind blowing: nerve-racking living may really wipe out brain cells ... and low
self-regard contracts your brain up to twenty percent. Then your intelligence
quotient, power to get happy and ...
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Intelligence Intensity: Learn 8 tips on how to dramatically increase your intelligence instantly!

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Overview

What we've discovered about our amazing minds in only the past ten years is
mind blowing: nerve-racking living may really wipe out brain cells ... and low
self-regard contracts your brain up to twenty percent. Then your intelligence
quotient, power to get happy and accomplish personal success goes right down
the drainpipe ... along with your brain power and positive thinking. However
modern psychological science tells us that, different than old beliefs, our brain
power may continue to grow into old age. As a matter of fact our brains and IQ's
are so flexible a fresh scientific term has been formulated -- "brain plasticity."
Intelligence Intensity
Learn 8 tips on how to dramatically increase your intelligence
instantly!
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Chapter 1:
A Fit Diet and Brain Nutrition
Synopsis
Brain nutrients include omega-3 fatty acid, B6, B12, Zinc,
Epicathechin, and folate. Ward off sugar and risky fats -
e.g. Trans fatty acids like you get in margarine. These
obliterate brain cells. Creatine has been demonstrated in
clinical tests to step-up IQ, especially as we maturate.
Creatine provides additional energy for mental work.
Great food might work synergistically with work outs.
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Choose Wisely
"The power of the mind is the center of life." Aristotle, Philosopher
Our minds work best on the prehistoric diet that formed their
evolution. All the same, our modern diet is a far cry from that of
people before us. For generations, huntsmen and gatherers lived on
wild game, wild greens, fruits, berries and plant roots. The common
western diet includes big quantities of treated and fast foods.
Jean Carper in her book "Your Miracle Brain" discovered that,
compared to a Stone Age diet, we eat:
 Tenth part the amount of fiber
 A like amount of carbohydrates but only one quarter as much
from fruits and veggies (the remainder tends to be empty
calorie sugars)
 Third the amount of potassium and almost 7 times the sum of
sodium (or a ratio of potassium to sodium of roughly 1-2 rather
than the preferred 10-1)
Enquiry has demonstrated that this modern diet hinders mental
performance and may lead to serious long-run decline in quality of
our brains. Particularly, 2 of the major culprits in this mental
impairment are excessive sugar and too few antioxidants.
How sugar bears upon the brain:
The issue of excessive glucose-
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Glucose, the sort of sugar that disperses in the blood, is vital to
optimum functioning of the brain. So, glucose is the brain's sole
source of fuel. Inadequacies in glucose levels may cause the brain to
lag and malfunction. This blood glucose comes from the foods we
consume, especially from carbs like sweets and starches.
The trick is to make certain that we produce the correct amount of
glucose to suit our brain's demands. For example there's evidence
that more glucose is burned off when the brain is working hard to
resolve an issue. So in a few cases, a fast boost in blood glucose levels
might be helpful while the brain is active. But, the larger issue for
most westerners isn't having sufficient glucose but having a bit much.
The diet of many westerners includes a lot of carbohydrates that are
speedily converted to glucose. This incessant upper-level of glucose
activates the production of insulin whose task is to let the glucose
move from the blood and into the cells where it's required. If the
glucose levels are too elevated, insufficient insulin may be produced
to accomplish the job decently. Over time, the cells oppose by getting
less sensitive to insulin placing more and more stress on the pancreas
to make additional insulin. This vicious circle sets the stage for Type 2
diabetes in grownups. It likewise may lead to a number of
circumstances that affect cognitive function including a thickening of
the arteria carotis going to the brain and hypertension. It's thought
that this elevated glucose/insulin combination impacts IQ levels,
memory, learning and common brain function.
Acquiring the correct sum of glucose:
So how do we forestall this glucose overload? Among the key
techniques is to pick foods that are turned to glucose slowly which let
the pancreas keep up with the insulin requirements and forestalls the
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growth of insulin resistance. Particularly, it's crucial to pick the carbs
you eat cautiously. It's not that all carbs are high-risk. It's simply that
a few produce sharp rises in blood sugar while others break down bit
by bit and help modulate the flow of glucose to the brain. Not
amazingly, the "quick" or "high glycemic" carbs include items like
refined sugars and cookies. However the list of high glycemic foods
isn't obvious and includes ...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015537390
  • Publisher: 99 ¢ store, save to buy more
  • Publication date: 9/30/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 43
  • Sales rank: 569,912
  • File size: 333 KB

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