Feeding Your Nerve Growth Factor
Vitamins E and B can help with nerve regeneration and production of nerve growth factor can be aided by supplementation with certain foods and supplements. Almonds and other nuts, green leafy vegetables like spinach, seeds, olives, asparagus, and eggs are all good food sources for vitamin E and vitamin B comes in foods like beans, breads, egg yolks, fish, liver, meat, dairy products, nuts, peanut butter, whole grains, poultry, beets, papaya, oranges, and lentils. Lion's Mane mushroom, also known as Hericum erinaceus, has substances such as erinacines that stimulate production of nerve growth factor and that will pass through the blood brain barrier. Research on Lion's Mane has shown it can help not only protect the nervous system and keep it healthy, but also can boost cognitive processes. An easy way to get Lion's Mane into your diet is with this algae and Lion's Mane supplement. Not only do you get the brain boosting power of Lion's Mane mushrooms, but also lots of antioxidant nutrition from noni and wheatgrass juice, bee pollen reported to have a high amino acid content useful for stimulating memory and concentration, and Gingko biloba which has been used for a long time to promote increased memory and mental concentration by increasing circulation and providing increased oxygenation of brain cells, as well as AFA bluegreen algae to feed the brain with essential fatty acids and other needed nutrients for a healthy brain.
You may never have heard of nerve growth factor before, but your brain and nervous system know all about it and how important it is to your health, brain functions and nervous system. Now that you are up to speed on how this important protein helps you, make sure you get enough when your brain needs a boost.
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