Caffeine is the world’s most commonly used stimulant drug. It was previously only available in coffee, tea and soda, but now you can also get caffeine in unexpected products like energy drinks. Despite the popularity of coffee, there are still many myths associated with it, such as it can dehydrate you. Read on to learn … Continue reading 5 Caffeine FACTS and 5 caffeine MYTHS
Having healthy habits, such as following a balanced diet and exercising, is key to maintaining good health. This is especially true as you age. Research suggests that the essential nutrient choline has a crucial role in brain development and cognitive function. Many experts believe that this vitamin-like nutrient helps preserve healthy cognitive function. But according to a study published … Continue reading Study: Choline helps improve cognitive performance in the elderly
“American Journal” host Harrison Smith has warned that direct control over the mind via remote control is soon coming. During a recent episode of his program, Smith played two video clips of a beetle with a brain implant that can be controlled by remote control. “It’s not enough anymore to simply manipulate you through the information that … Continue reading Harrison Smith: Mind control via remote control is coming soon
A research paper published in the journal Endocrinology sheds light on the power of, well, light to heal the body. When ultraviolet (UV) light hits the skin, the study found, it sends healing energy, you might say, to several key areas of the body. Two of them are the brain and the endocrine system, which is where hormones are made. As … Continue reading BREAKTHROUGH DISCOVERY: UV light heals the brain and endocrine system through your skin
A study led by Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City has shown that a healthy gut can make you “fear less” by extinguishing your fear memories. In an article published in the journal Nature, the researchers detailed how they used mice to explore the ability to unlearn fear responses. Exploring the gut’s role in fear response It has become increasingly evident that … Continue reading It turns out, having a healthy gut can make you “fear less”
It turns out that, contrary to popular belief, damaged brain tissue can be regenerated naturally, possibly even after getting ravaged to death by Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” spike proteins. A key compound in broccoli, new research has found, has the potential to directly stimulate the repair and renewal of damaged nerve tissue in the brain, which is great … Continue reading Could a molecule found in broccoli help the brain REPAIR spike protein damage?
A molecule found in home-grown sprouts is documented to activate nervous system stem cells to regrow nerve tissue and repair damaged nerves and brains. This molecule is created automatically, at zero cost, when broccoli sprouts are sprouted using something as simple as a mason jar and a sprouting lid. The molecule is called sulforaphane, and it’s found in … Continue reading Bombshell: Can vaccine NERVE DAMAGE be REVERSED with this home-grown molecule called sulforaphane?
A recent study has shown that odor plays a role in learning, in particular, in improving exam performance. In the report, published in the journal Scientific Reports, lead author Jurgen Kornmeier noted that fragrances have a supportive effect that “works very reliably in everyday life and can be used in a targeted way.” Their findings supported previous research … Continue reading Scientists find that strategic use of aromas during sleep may improve exam performance
What you are about to read got Steve Kirsch of the COVID-19 Early Treatment Fund permanently banned from Twitter because it proves that the “vaccines” being administered for the plandemic are causing people to develop prion disease. Before the shots were first introduced by the previous administration as part of Operation Warp Speed, there were next to no cases … Continue reading PROOF that COVID “vaccines” cause prion disease
Brazil recently saw cases of neurodegenerative disorder similar to mad cow disease, but authorities clarified that these cases had nothing to do with beef consumption. On Nov. 11, the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply(MAPA) confirmed two cases of suspected Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) in Rio de Janeiro. The ministry said both cases had “no relation with consumption of … Continue reading Cases similar to mad cow disease in Brazil not linked to beef consumption, may be caused by vaccines