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30% of the human brain frontal cortex is DHA.

What are the brain health vitamins?
Few key nutrients play a major role in keeping the brain healthy such as, DHA/EPA,Vitamin E, vitamin B12 and B9, Flavonoids, antioxidants and glutathione.

How does DHA boost brain function?
Docosahexaenoic acid or DHA is the brain’s building block and is deposited in the brain during the third trimester in pregnancy and continues in childhood. In adults, DHA plays a major role in behavior, cognition, and in some psychiatric disorders. DHA is known to fight inflammation and oxidative stress that are the major culprits in heart diseases and stroke.

As Neurosurgeon Dr. Russell L. Blaylock says, “If you’re deficient in these DHA /EPA, your brain will start to change its structure very quickly. The brain can’t function 100% if one of its vital component is missing and it only takes two weeks of Omega 3/DHA deficiency to produce one of the first brain signal /signs of this behavior!"

The link between Vitamin B12 and brain health
The other key vitamin that regulates brain health and metabolism is Vitamin B12. Low blood levels of B12 can lead to peripheral neuropathy, psychiatric and mood disorders, memory decline, Alzheimer’s disease and much more.

Dr. Peter Osborn (Pbs 2016) says B12 deficiency takes many years to show up and during this time, the damage that is done to the brain health is irreversible.

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Any acid reducing drugs (off-counter or prescription) can reduce the body's absorption of B12. Chemo, Radiation or X-Ray’s also can reduce B12 in the body, Plus decrease Folate and CoQ10 which are dangerous”. Vitamin B-12 is required for the proper function and development of the Brain, Nerves and Blood cells. Helps convert fats and carbohydrates into energy."

Why do we need glutathione?
Dr. Mark Hyman says, “Glutathione is connected to every cell in the body. For those who have chronic Fatigue, Heart disease, Cancer, Chronic Infections, Autoimmune disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson's, Arthritis, Asthma, Kidney problems, and Liver diseases, etc. You name it, If you are very sick, you most likely have a Glutathione Deficiency.”

DR. MIKE VANDERSCHELDEN: "What Deplete Glutathione"?

"Many medications (off counter and prescriptions) but a especially pain medications like Tylenol. And if you want to get the best benefit you need to take Glutathione in Liposomal form in order to get most benefits."

The third important key to brain health is glutathione, known as the “master antioxidant.” It plays critical roles in maintaining the overall health and brain health by strengthening the immune system and fighting oxidative stress.

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