Homa Health Newsletter #68

  13th December 2011


HOMA HEALTH - NEWSLETTER 68

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EDITOR's NOTE

BOOSTING UP YOUR BRAIN POWER (PartI)

Today, we are stressed out by the myriad of demands upon us and many people feel the need to increase their brain power to keep up and move on. So what can we do? Well, suppose we see the brain as a computer. How can we improve it?
You can:
A) Modify the hardware (the infrastructure): adding more memory RAM, changing the CPU, etc
B) Modify or change the software through better programs
C) Do A & B
In the next Homa Newsletter, we will cover B and C. Now, let's focus on A, the change in the infrastructure of the brain. Some research shows that neurons are made throughout our lives. There are foods and substances that provide high-quality ingredients for the development and functional improvement of our neurons. Which are some foods for the brain?
The brain foods listed can help concentration, memory, sharpen sensory-motor abilities, speed up your reaction time, managing stress, and even slow down the aging in the brain cells! Of course, they are better if they are organic (free of agro-toxics).


Taking the Super Nutrient - Agnihotra ash

Some of them are:
1. Whole grains             2. Acai berries
3. Almonds                    4. Avocados
5. Bananas                     6. Moras
7. Blueberries                8. Yeast
9. Broccoli                      10. Brown rice
11. Brussels sprouts     12. Cantaloupe
13. Cashews                   14. Cauliflower
15. Cherries                   16. Cheese
17. Collard greens         18. Cranberries
19. Dark chocolate         20. Eggplant
21. Flaxseed oil             22. Green tea
23. Gingko Biloba            24. Fiber
25. Smell the Basil          26. Vegetables
27. Milk                           28. Oatmeal
29. Oranges                    30. Peas
31. Pecans                      32. Plums
33. Potatoes               34. Pumpkin seeds
35. Raspberries             36. Red cabbage
37. Red Grapes              38. Romaine
39. St. John's Wort        40. Soy
41. Spinach                     42. Rice bran
43. Strawberries     44. Sunflower Seeds
45.Tomatoes      46.Vitamin supplements
47. Nuts                        48. Water
49. Wheat germ            50. Yogurt

 

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