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Neuroscientists Discover a Unique Link Between Breathing and the Brain

By Anna Hunt The relationship between the breath and the brain is very powerful. We know that much. Yet, we’ve understood very little about the mechanics behind this relationship. Until now. In a new study, neuroscientists were able to identify exactly how breathing changes the brain. Breathing and the Brain Our ability to control the breath…

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Super-high Levels of Toxic Aluminum Found in Brains of Autistic Patients

By Jon Rappoport Here I am printing the abstract of a new study: “Aluminium in brain tissue in autism.” The publication is Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology. The authors of the study are associated with The Birchall Centre, Lennard-Jones Laboratories, Keele University, Staffordshire, UK; Life Sciences, Keele University; and the Department of…

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Eating This One Food Strengthens Beneficial Brainwave Frequencies

By Joe Battaglia A new study by researchers at Loma Linda University Health has found that eating nuts on a regular basis strengthens brainwave frequencies associated with cognition, healing, learning, memory and other key brain functions. An abstract of the study — which was presented in the nutrition section of the Experimental Biology 2017 meetings…

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Were Energy Drinks The Cause Of This Severe Head Trauma?

By Brianna Acuesta Her claims have been controversial, but she’s just lucky her husband is alive. During a pregnancy, women often want a support group consisting of their partner, family, and friends in order to get through the difficult parts of being pregnant. When Brianna, a young woman who did not reveal her last name, got pregnant…

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Why Brain Hacking with Smart Drugs May Not Be So Genius

By Christina Sarich When you talk to brain-hackers from Silicon Valley, they talk of creating the perfect stack – a combination of natural and pharmaceutical nootropics that can help make them into a super-powered genius that can go hours without sleep while maintaining massive focus. It sounds like a cool way to hack the brain,…

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Do Avocados and Olive Oil Increase Your Intelligence?

By Mae Chan Consumption of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs), found in olive oil, avocados and nuts, is linked to general intelligence according to a recent study in Neuroimage. Fat intake, especially MUFAs have been shown to preserve HDL cholesterol and improve glycemic control, in diabetic patients, “yet the exact sources are not been clearly defined….

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Does Music Give You Chills? Your Brain is Different

By Aaron Kesel, Natural Blaze What It Means If You Are Sensitive to Music Here’s how music can affect your emotions and how some people are more sensitive to music than others. Matthew Sachs, a PhD student at USC published a study last year on music and neuroscience investigating people who get the chills from music proving their brains are…

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Walnuts Light Up Brain Region That Controls Appetite

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Unique study reveals documented mechanism of just a few walnuts to decrease hunger signals A recent two- or three-part, double-blind study demonstrated that less than half a cup walnuts (0.44 cup or 48 grams to be exact) per day made a significant difference in hunger levels on obese, post-menopausal women. But the study didn’t…

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