jueves, 27 de noviembre de 2014

B 12 and your brain:

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B 12 and your brain:


According to science studies, the levels of vitamin B12 has a lot to do with brain size, and with the skills connected with the operation of memory ...

Are you getting enough of this essential nutrient? ...A new study links vitamin B12 deficiency with the "reduction" of the brain and memory problems in older people, or as we call it now, seniors ...



in this research study took into account a group of adults 65 years and over ... they tested the mental abilities of this group of elderly people and then took samples of vitamin B12 in their bodies through an examination of blood ...


after 4 years underwent an MRI on the brain region ... scientists at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago found that those people who have shortage of vitamin B12 were likely to have reduced the size of their brain and have a very poor memory and low power of concentration ...



as all functions of the human body, as we age, the brain and its functions begin to atrophy and lose volume, is reduced in size ... in those suffering from dementia, and even in those who suffer from the  Alzheimer's disease, brain atrophy occurs most severe ... This study was published on September 27 in the journal Neurology ... there are many foods that naturally contain vitamin B12 ...

So we have:

     beef ...

     fish ...

     seafood ...

     Milk ...

     The yogurt ...

     In general, all dairy products ....
     Eggs ... 
Now the problem is not primarily to get the food with vitamin B12  ... the problem is, my dear readers, in the way that we eat, the amount you eat in one meal, and, most importantly, derivative above, the "absorption" of food through the digestive system ... behold, the basis of the problem ... you do not know it, but I have a poor absorption of food ... maybe, like you? ...apart from that, there are some products that we use most regularly, that may limit the absorption ... among these products are for heartburn remedies ... remedies for stomach ulcers remedies for diabetes2 ... ... In addition, with advancing age, the stomach walls become thinner and also reduce ... but diagnosis is not always easy to perform, with vitamin B12 ... Still, the 15 to 17% had elevated levels of  biomarkers indicators of vitamin B12 ... Although the amount of vitamin B12 in the blood reaches a certain level, it may not have sufficient amounts of the vitamin in the tissues of the body ... it would seem that blood tests alone are not sufficient to determine the levels of vitamin B12 ... of all, ways, is what we have at hand, the scope, patients, and until they are additional means to examine the levels of B12, is what will continue to use ... but, my dear friends, how can we get enough vitamin B12 through our daily diet? Well, choose from the following:
Liver, 800% of the amount recommended ...
Baked clams ... ...
Red Salmon Trout ... 3 ounces ...
1 cup Yogurt ...
Steak (beef?) ... 3 ounces
Fortified Cereals

That's it? No, sir ... this is very important: ... but in order to absorb food for the body to benefit from all the vitamins and minerals, we must learn to eat ... that is, we should eat at different times of day, in various lots ... let's say you eat one, two or even three separate dishes, daily, plus: drinks, coffee, etc.. ... this, just "fill in" your stomach, and digestion will be heavy, if not impossible ... the food pass into the intestines without being digested completely ... well, it will give you heartburn, stomach pain, mental heaviness, sleepiness, moody, rash, etc. and so on. and so on. ... As the very first solution, see your Dr., dietitian, nutritionist, etc.., And ask advice on how to "build" your daily diet ... very first, here I give you the following tip ...: Instead of one or two "great food" do 5 meals a day, small, low portion enough for the stomach to digest completely ... eat a good breakfast, and take the good, in the sense of quality, not quantity ... another small meal, or "snack" at midmorning, such as fruits, for example ... then lunch ... another "snack" in the afternoon ... and at night, "no" more than seven in the evening, something light, like fruit, cereals ... hungry before bed? Eat an apple, for example. ... This is an idea of ​​how to do it ... but the Dr. is who will guide you 100% better ... this is just a tip of your friend .... 



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