Memory & Focus Plan
The brain consumes nearly a quarter of the body's energy needs, making it an extremely voracious organ. Drawing some forty nutrients from cells to support its many activities, the brain is fascinating. Among these nutrients we can mention in particular vitamins, minerals, trace elements, fatty acids and amino acids.
This is why at Curanomy we have created the ideal memory and concentration program for students during exams and, in general, for young and old with memory problems. We find you:
This plant, native to Asia, incorporates large fan-shaped leaves. The latter have many active ingredients, in particular the family of polyphenols with flavonoids, terpenoids, ginkgolides or even bilobalides. These four elements have antioxidant characteristics. You must know that the various active ingredients of gingko biloba have an anti-inflammatory function and perfectly protect the cells. Furthermore, also know that these various characteristics are still good for the mind, nervous balance and memory.
L-tyrosine appears to be an amino acid precursor of dopa and dopamine (used for memory). It is also a precursor of catecholamines (both epinephrine and norepinephrine). The same goes for wakefulness and satiating hormones (which have an appetite-suppressing effect). Finally, note that the same is true for thyroid hormones (thyroxine and thyronine).
Stress and excessive intellectual work can cause decreased tyrosine levels in neurons and decreased attention span and concentration. Keep in mind that L-Tyrosine is very interesting for the memory as long as you are fasting in the morning when you get up, at least a good half hour before breakfast. Finally make sure, preferably, to combine it with a complex of vitamins B and C to be consumed immediately after breakfast.