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https://goldencondor.org/reviva-brain-re views/Evans and Burghardt say do more of what you already do to begin, walk a bit more, fo

https://goldencondor.org/reviva-brain-reviews/Evans and Burghardt say do more of what you already do to begin, walk a bit more, for example, and work up to an exercise regime if you want to. Increased blood flow appears to be what your brain requires to increase neurogenesis and neuroplasticity. In fact, you can engage in exercise at home, in your basement, which can be just excellent for your brains fitness. One model that I use involves HIIT or high intensity interval training, which I hope doesn't scare you, because it is very adoptable to your level of fitness and the level of intensity that you want to use, or can use, and you can build intensity at your rate, all the while increasing your brain power. Nutrition to Increase Brain Power Your brain weighs in a 2% of your body weight but uses 20% of your bodies fuel, and it requires a flow of high octane fuel, as it cannot store its own. That fuel requirement must be filled with what your brain needs, and you will not find that in processed foods. To increase brain power through nutrition means to increase antioxidants, minerals, vitamins, phytochemicals, glyconutrients, fiber, etc. by eating fruits and vegetables that are vine ripened and locally grown, each and every day.


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