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Meditation In A Bottle

by Alisa lisa Sophia (2019-04-17)

Orthomolecular medicine, a term coined by Linus Pauling, double Meditation In A Bottle Review Nobel Laureate involves treatment by optimizing health and treating disease by providing correct amounts of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, essential fatty acids and other substances which are natural and essential to the human body. Your body is powered by your dietary intake - nutrients. There is no steel plate cutting off your brain from your body. The brain is 60% fat and it needs quality fats, vitamins and minerals to thrive. Those eating deep fried foods such as French fries need information on eating healthy. Rancid fats get lodged in our bodies in places where healthy fats should be to power the body - especially the brain. Also, nutrition is low on the list of subjects in medical schools. However, orthomolecular psychiatrists or other health professionals check for many nutrient deficiencies as possible causes for mental disturbances. Abundant Information is available about nutrition health benefits. What do you think would happen if we neglected our car? What would happen if we didn't take it in for an oil change or maintenance? I think you know the answer to these rhetorical questions. You car would fall apart, or worse, it might even cease to function at all. Well, the same goes for our bodies. If we neglect them, they too will fall apart. Over the last few decades, the media has spent a ton of money trying to get us to take better care of ourselves physically. We're told to eat properly and get regular exercise. And we're told that if we don't do these things we'll most likely become overweight, sickly and are at a higher risk in developing all sorts of physical maladies. But what about our brain - what happens if we neglect that? Our brains are the central control and processing unit for our body. Our brains control just about everything going on in our bodies. Without our brains, we couldn't operate or function in this world at all. Yet, only recently has the media begun to recognize the importance of keeping our brains fit. Studies have shown that contrary to popular believe, our brains can grow new cells throughout our life. Regardless of age, our brains have the ability to continue to develop, grow and improve overall function. But this cannot happen if we neglect our brains. In fact, if we neglect our brains we stand to actually loose what we do have over time in terms of brain function and health.