Grow NEW Brain Cells! (Here’s How)
It’s one of the biggest health LIES out there…
The mainstream will do just about anything to convince you that taking dangerous drugs is your only hope of dodging memory problems as you age.
But I’m here to tell you the TRUTH.
You don’t need risky meds to shield your brain from the ravages of aging.
New research has just found the key to keeping your aging brain healthy… and it even helps you grow NEW BRAIN CELLS, too.
It’s all-natural, safe, and inexpensive.
And you can get your hands on it today.
Taurine is an amino acid essential to the functions of your body.
And now we know taurine also preserves and protects your precious memory.
It works by fighting against the brain damage and shrinkage caused by aging. And it even shields against environmental toxins, high blood sugar, protein buildup, and more.
Even better? It actually helps create new brain cells and connections – something scientists previously thought impossible.
You see, taurine stimulates the production of new neurons essential to learning and memory.
These healthy cells interrupt age-related impairments and help rebuild your brain!
Plus, they help create and retain new memories!
And there has been remarkable research to back up these claims.
One recent study showed that six weeks of taurine supplementation prevented cognitive impairments from developing in mice with Alzheimer’s.
And in another study, taurine prevented brain damage in rats exposed to neurotoxins.
But that’s not all…
Taurine has also been shown to enhance the “calming” neurotransmitter GABA, protect brain cells from overstimulation and seizures, prevent oxidative damage after a stroke, and even regulate blood pressure.
The best dietary source of taurine is protein from organic, grass-fed meat, seafood, and free-range eggs.
However, it is difficult to get enough taurine from diet alone.
Instead, opt for a daily taurine supplement. Experts recommend starting at around 1000mg a day and increasing your dose up to 2000mg.
But be sure you are getting organic, natural taurine.
Note: Energy drinks contain “taurine” but this is not a reputable source as it is usually synthetic and full of chemicals.
Fighting For Your Health,
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health