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Tuning up the uber funny @simonrex415 with tools from the Amazon rain forest🌿🌱🍃. -
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Thank you @alexander.e.hill for the jungle medicines SANANGA 4 the eyes and rape’ ( pronounced hahpay ) 4 the brain...sharpening The human apparatus to perform optimally. These tools are
NOT CHILDS PLAY💯🔥☯️

Yes it is. It can stop you from living your life, like your best life or your life at all. Neurofeedback gets some very good results with anxiety and anxiety based problems. Including anxiety that becomes depression. They’re relatives, associates in a destructive way. .
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@anxiety_is_shite_2.0 repost. #neurofeedback #neurofeedbacktraining #brainwaves #brainwave #brain #brainhealth #happydoctor #happydoc #add #adhd #anxiety #panicattack #depression #undiagnosedadd #depressionkills #suicideprevention #glenhead #glencove #greenvale #roslyn #roslynheights #oldbrookville #bayville #locustvalley #ptsd #tbi #concussion

Don’t give up too quickly...
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Sometimes it’s just a matter of changing the program, changing the scenery a bit or days / times that you do something.
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I’ve found this is one simple thing you can do to help keep you inspired if you’re getting bored or aren’t stimulated enough.
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Some ideas to change it up:
✅ train in the morning instead of the evening. (Vice versa)
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✅ make your own salad instead of solo vegetable.
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✅ use dumbbells instead of barbells for a cycle of training
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✅ surround yourself with like minded people. (One of the reasons why the office here and things like @crossfitgt work well - when you’re distracted you have someone to help re-focus you).
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✅ put out some energy. If you put out some 💰 you’re more likely to stay committed - do something you’ve never done. Talked to someone just the other day who committed to a new program and made a big change. Was it worth the investment (I’d say yes).
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Our newest product, the pain balm, has been a wild success amongst our clients✌ Eucalyptus and Lavendar, not too strong but still very vibrant. The product works from the inside out, unlike other artificial products. 🌿 Please message us or send an email, or just go to our website to place an order and gain free complementary access to our private Facebook forum with over 2100 members🌻 #HerbalHealers

One way to boost your adrenals is to take a trip to the ocean!! The negative ions combat all the free radicals we are exposed to including EMFs and chemicals. There’s a reason you feel better after going! Plus that vitamin d!! Openings this week in my PB office, it’s right next to the beach!! #adrenals#sundayvibes

Welcome to Blaze Beverages Inc!
We are Edmonton's first Craft CBD Infused Beverage Company. We are partnering with local companies to ensure that our local Craft Beverage Companies stay at the forefront of what is next to come with Canada's legalization of cannabis. Does this include you?? We are looking to work with any local company that makes wine, beer, coffee, soda, or any other applicable beverage. If you are interested in working with us or have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us! *None of our beverages are for sale until the Federal Government approves the use of said products.
CBD.. why CBD? In today's world it seems to be harder and harder to make health conscious choices with the uphill battle we face in our current society. People are being prescribed opioids for pain. The local grocery store sells us food with chemicals in them that most of us can't even pronounce. What is really in our tap water? Why are cancer rates through the roof? It is getting more challenging to stay on top of our health choices based on the easier (often negative) alternatives being provided to us in our society. These questions and thoughts have brought us to an idea that sparked our passion to bring these topics to the forefront for discussion along with creating some truly amazing products that can help change people's lives. We are determined to bring you some truly amazing beverages that will better enable all of us to live the happy and healthy lives the that we all deserve.

🔥SAUNA BENEFITS 🔥
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Want to know more about how using a sauna can benefit YOUR health? Check my summary below. 👇🏻
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Exposing the body to high temperatures i.e. that of a sauna, induces physiological adaptations which can increase endurance, increase muscle hypertrophy and also positively affect brain function.
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Firstly, let’s talk about the effects hyperthermic conditions (sauna use) has on blood flow.
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Using a sauna increases blood flow to both muscle and the heart; reducing dependence on nearby glycogen stores as well as reducing strain during exercise. Similarly, blood flow is also increased to the skin which improves the dissipation of heat. 💦
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What does this mean? Well, increased efficiency of the body’s circulatory system leads to improved endurance. 🏃🏻‍♂️
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Alongside endurance, hyperthermic conditioning can also increase muscle hypertrophy. Here’s what we know! 💪🏼
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Heat shock proteins (HSP’s) are activated through exposure to high temperatures. They ensure proteins maintain their correct structure when out under stressful stimuli and are thought to increase protein repair and synthesis as well as antioxidant activity; reducing cellular damage.
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Increased growth hormone IGF-1. An increase in IGF-1 is associated with a reduction in cellular damage as well as an increase in protein synthesis.
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What about the brain? 🧠
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When sauna use is incorporated post-exercise there may be an increase in brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) which is involved in the formation and survival of brain cells as well as neuronal plasticity. Therefore improving cognition.
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Focus and memory can also be improved by sauna use due to increased noradrenaline release in response to hyperthermic stress. This is similar to how you feel focused after exercise.
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Mood. 💭 Sauna use may reduce symptoms of depression. This is thought to be due to increased endorphin activity.
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Final point. Exposing the body to hyperthermic stress may reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s due to HSP’s preventing amyloid plaque formation.
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Closing notes 📝
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I could have wrote more but caption space is limited! 😫 Enjoy! Something unclear? Ask below 👇🏻

It takes a lot of hard WORK to beat Alzheimer’s. Thanks to the crew at Work Fitness for donating the 2018 Work Fitness Games 🏆to Alzheimers’s Association 💪🏼💜

Repost from @mariaemmerich @TopRankRepost #TopRankRepost Let’s discuss the link between excess carbs and Alzheimer’s. There is something called glycation, where glucose binds to proteins. This process produces free radicals and inflammation, which are markers of Alzheimer’s. It is quite easy to do a test and see if you have this happening in your body. If your Hemoglobin A1c is high, it increases free radicals by fifty-fold. Studies show that this is a marker for the progression of atrophy of the brain. Ketones aren’t just fuel for our body, but they are also great for our brain. They provide substrates to help repair damaged neurons and membranes. This is why I really push a high-fat and low-carb diet for clients who suffer from Alzheimer’s (referred to as type 3 diabetes) and seizures.
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Ketones are non-glycating, which is to say that they don’t have a caramelizing aging effect on your body. The mitochondria are the “powerhouse” energy-producing factories of our cells. They work much better on a ketogenic diet because they can increase energy levels in an unwavering, long lasting, and efficient way. .
A ketogenic diet also increases the energetic output of our mitochondria because these amazing “powerhouse” factories of our cells are essentially designed to use fat as energy. When we switch from using glucose to using fat in the mitochondria, its toxic burden is reduced, the manifestation of energy-producing genes are improved, the output is increased, and the load of inflammatory by-products is decreased. .
Glucose needs to be processed first in the cell before it can be passed into the “powerhouse” factory mitochondria. Energy sources from fat don’t need this processing: they go straight into the mitochondria for energy.
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HEALTH TIP: Our brain is over 25% cholesterol. A deficiency can lead to Alzheimer’s.
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#alzheimersawareness #brainhealth #healthybrain #sugarispoison #alzheimers #carbbrain

Had to share - #Repost @mariaemmerich
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Let’s discuss the link between excess carbs and Alzheimer’s. There is something called glycation, where glucose binds to proteins. This process produces free radicals and inflammation, which are markers of Alzheimer’s. It is quite easy to do a test and see if you have this happening in your body. If your Hemoglobin A1c is high, it increases free radicals by fifty-fold. Studies show that this is a marker for the progression of atrophy of the brain. Ketones aren’t just fuel for our body, but they are also great for our brain. They provide substrates to help repair damaged neurons and membranes. This is why I really push a high-fat and low-carb diet for clients who suffer from Alzheimer’s (referred to as type 3 diabetes) and seizures.
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Ketones are non-glycating, which is to say that they don’t have a caramelizing aging effect on your body. The mitochondria are the “powerhouse” energy-producing factories of our cells. They work much better on a ketogenic diet because they can increase energy levels in an unwavering, long lasting, and efficient way. .
A ketogenic diet also increases the energetic output of our mitochondria because these amazing “powerhouse” factories of our cells are essentially designed to use fat as energy. When we switch from using glucose to using fat in the mitochondria, its toxic burden is reduced, the manifestation of energy-producing genes are improved, the output is increased, and the load of inflammatory by-products is decreased. .
Glucose needs to be processed first in the cell before it can be passed into the “powerhouse” factory mitochondria. Energy sources from fat don’t need this processing: they go straight into the mitochondria for energy.
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HEALTH TIP: Our brain is over 25% cholesterol. A deficiency can lead to Alzheimer’s.
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#alzheimersawareness #brainhealth #healthybrain #sugarispoison #alzheimers #carbbrain

Something about Sunday

CONFESSION: I’ve always been a bit averse to the “productivity movement” because I thought it cultivated an ego-centric culture of less empathy and less care. And I don’t know a greater symbol of productivity than @bulletproof.
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So when I first met the master of bio-hacking @Dave.Asprey and he went straight for a heart-hug and chatted us up with tons of curiosity, I walked away with my foot in my mouth. Instantly, I understood the concept of being our best selves so we can give back our best to the world. Here’s to great leaders with MINDS and HEARTS aligned.
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#bulletproof #productivity #heartcentered #biohacking #entrepreneur #harderbetterfasterstronger #healinghashimotos #hashimotos #autoimmune #thyroid #guthealth #brainhealth #keto #gfdf #paleo #aip #chronicdisease #chronicillness #hsp #sensitive #intuitive #mindbody #chiropractic #nutrition #functionalmedicine #homeopathy #creativechiropractor @drtituschiu #DrNatashaFallahi #DrTitusChiu #DrNatashaF

Mid day ketones because...well...there’s way too much going on right now, and I need all of the focus and energy I can get from this incredible powder of mine (nope, you don’t need caffeine to function, simply the right brain fuel). 🙄🙈😛 #jellies #sparkelingwater #Keto #theraputicketones #betterfuel #nocrashing #becauseitcontainsnojunk #brainhealth #celiacinhealing

#Repost @mariaemmerich ・・・
Let’s discuss the link between excess carbs and Alzheimer’s. There is something called glycation, where glucose binds to proteins. This process produces free radicals and inflammation, which are markers of Alzheimer’s. It is quite easy to do a test and see if you have this happening in your body. If your Hemoglobin A1c is high, it increases free radicals by fifty-fold. Studies show that this is a marker for the progression of atrophy of the brain. Ketones aren’t just fuel for our body, but they are also great for our brain. They provide substrates to help repair damaged neurons and membranes. This is why I really push a high-fat and low-carb diet for clients who suffer from Alzheimer’s (referred to as type 3 diabetes) and seizures.
.
Ketones are non-glycating, which is to say that they don’t have a caramelizing aging effect on your body. The mitochondria are the “powerhouse” energy-producing factories of our cells. They work much better on a ketogenic diet because they can increase energy levels in an unwavering, long lasting, and efficient way. .
A ketogenic diet also increases the energetic output of our mitochondria because these amazing “powerhouse” factories of our cells are essentially designed to use fat as energy. When we switch from using glucose to using fat in the mitochondria, its toxic burden is reduced, the manifestation of energy-producing genes are improved, the output is increased, and the load of inflammatory by-products is decreased. .
Glucose needs to be processed first in the cell before it can be passed into the “powerhouse” factory mitochondria. Energy sources from fat don’t need this processing: they go straight into the mitochondria for energy.
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HEALTH TIP: Our brain is over 25% cholesterol. A deficiency can lead to Alzheimer’s.
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#alzheimersawareness #brainhealth #healthybrain #sugarispoison #alzheimers #carbbrain

#Repost @mariaemmerich because this girl knows her stuff, and my grandma had Alzheimer’s , so I feel like this is important info 💗💗💗🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻
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Let’s discuss the link between excess carbs and Alzheimer’s. There is something called glycation, where glucose binds to proteins. This process produces free radicals and inflammation, which are markers of Alzheimer’s. It is quite easy to do a test and see if you have this happening in your body. If your Hemoglobin A1c is high, it increases free radicals by fifty-fold. Studies show that this is a marker for the progression of atrophy of the brain. Ketones aren’t just fuel for our body, but they are also great for our brain. They provide substrates to help repair damaged neurons and membranes. This is why I really push a high-fat and low-carb diet for clients who suffer from Alzheimer’s (referred to as type 3 diabetes) and seizures.
.
Ketones are non-glycating, which is to say that they don’t have a caramelizing aging effect on your body. The mitochondria are the “powerhouse” energy-producing factories of our cells. They work much better on a ketogenic diet because they can increase energy levels in an unwavering, long lasting, and efficient way. .
A ketogenic diet also increases the energetic output of our mitochondria because these amazing “powerhouse” factories of our cells are essentially designed to use fat as energy. When we switch from using glucose to using fat in the mitochondria, its toxic burden is reduced, the manifestation of energy-producing genes are improved, the output is increased, and the load of inflammatory by-products is decreased. .
Glucose needs to be processed first in the cell before it can be passed into the “powerhouse” factory mitochondria. Energy sources from fat don’t need this processing: they go straight into the mitochondria for energy.
.
HEALTH TIP: Our brain is over 25% cholesterol. A deficiency can lead to Alzheimer’s.
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#alzheimersawareness #brainhealth #healthybrain #sugarispoison #alzheimers #carbbrain

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