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Food For Thought

Food for Thought?

 

10 quick things to do to feed your brain -

 

1. Water.

2. Berries.

3. Polyunsaturated fats with Omega 3 and DHA like salmon, fatty fish like trout, seeds, nuts.

4. Cut out processed foods which contain unhealthy fats, sugars and additives like preservatives.

5. Dark leafy vegetables rich in minerals, vitamins and taste delicious.

6. Foods and drinks containing Tumeric.

7. Wait for this - Dark Chocolate!

8. Eggs.

9. Oranges.

10. Drink Green Tea.

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Bay Leaf By Dr Marilyn Allen PhD

Bay Leaf…

It is used to manage insomnia, chronic stress, helps low moods. If you are feeling stressed or experiencing a low mood, burn a leaf or two in an aluminium tray for ten minutes. The smoke will relax your muscles and help you focus better.

Bay leaf has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.

It lowers blood pressure and the heart rate.

The leaf is used as a sedative, analgesic, anti-convulsant and anti-inflammatory.

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Healing... By Marilyn Allen PhD

You will not heal overnight if you have deep wounds. You will have good days and bad days but do not despair. Take one step at a time... a mentally progressive step toward healing. It is better to heal gradually that assume that your journey will be over immediately. There is light at the end of the tunnel. Be patient with yourself.

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The New You... - Dr Marilyn Allen PhD

Unexpressed emotions will not go away. They are buried temporarily and will resurface in much complex ways later. Look after your body holistically. There is very little benefit in looking after your body but neglecting your mind. Look after your mind and your body will look after itself!

Thinking About Quantum Physics ... - Marilyn Allen PhD

Quantum Physics ... the science of what is not yet known to us - Marilyn Allen PhD

The very foundation of science is to keep the door open to doubt. Precisely because we keep questioning everything, especially our own premises, we are always ready to improve our knowledge. Therefore a good scientist is never 'certain'. Lack of certainty is precisely what makes conclusions reliable than the conclusions of those who are certain; because a good scientist will be ready to shift to a different point view if better elements of evidence, or novel arguments emerge. therefore certainty is not only something of no use, but is in fact damaging, if we value reliability. - Carlo Rovelli

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Effectiveness of SCIO-Eductor

- Regeneration after sports injuries

- Musculoskeletal issues

- Stress induced depression

- stress induced insomnia

- Stress induced anxiety

- Stress induced allergic reactions

- Stress related cardiovascular issues

- Rehabilitation of muscles

- Pain management

- Stress induced digestive issues

- Inflammation

- Detection of stress

- Managing stress

 

Repost from SCIO-Eductor Official