A pinch of this powder lifts your power

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You don’t have to slow down – just do this. “A pinch of this powder LIFTS your power.”

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Believe it or not, a pinch of this cheap, ordinary, white powder increases testosterone

White powder

I know this sounds way too good to be true, but it really works…

And there’s a reason you haven’t heard about it until now…

See, the natural white powder is so cheap – it costs less than $1 for a 3-month supply.

And it has the amazing capability of entering our bloodstream and removing toxic heavy metals that go to the brain and cause Alzheimer’s.

It also increases a key chemical in the testes…making erections more sure and firm.

It’s a natural cure that can’t be patented or turned into billions in profit – and that’s why Big Pharma wants to bury it…

But secret drug company research proves it’s true – this ordinary, cheap, white powder that has been shown to help reverse Alzheimer’s…

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A pinch of this powder lifts your power

Ever heard the expression “use it or lose it?”

Most of the time people who say this mean a specific skill set or muscle mass.

But this philosophy of “use it or lose it” also applies to our brains.

Keeping our brain active can keep our brain working like a younger brain well into our 60s, 70s – and even our 90s.

You may know someone this applies to.

Maybe they’re like my friend’s grandpa who did crossword puzzles up till the day he died at 99 – sharp as a tack.

Or maybe it’s the opposite…

They worked hard their whole life and then just stopped when they retired – and their brain turned to mush.

It may seem like we are destined to lose our cognitive function as we age…

But I have to tell you this isn’t even remotely true.

By doing a few simple things you can significantly increase your ability to have great cognitive function for your whole life.

Higher-order cognitive training effects on processing speed-related neural activity: a randomized trail.
Your brain doesn’t have to turn to mush as you age.

Lots of people think that you have to completely decline as you age.

They think that “senior moments” are just a part of the process.

“Relentless cognitive decline as we age is worrisome, and it is widely thought to be an unavoidable negative aspect of normal aging.”

I’m here to tell you that the idea of aging disabilities being completely inevitable is just a big, fat cultural myth.

A lot of aging symptoms can be stopped or reversed just by doing a few of the right things.

And when it comes to brain aging, one of those “right things” appears to be simple cognitive training.

“In a randomized clinical study involving adults age 56 to 71, researchers found that after cognitive training, participants’ brains were more energy efficient, meaning their brain did not have to work as hard to perform a task.”

There are a bunch of different ways to do cognitive training…

And most of them involve stretching the way you think – to consider things more deeply and think about alternatives.

“Cognitive training strategies included how to focus on the most relevant information and filter out the less relevant; ways to continually synthesize information encountered in daily life to encourage deeper thinking; and how to inspire innovative thinking through generating diverse interpretations, solutions and perspectives.”

Amazingly, this type of simple training helps people regain youthfulness in their brain function.

This is a huge deal…

Because it doesn’t only stave off cognitive decline. It can actually reverse it!

“After training, faster reaction times were associated with lower frontal lobe activity, which is consistent with the more energy-efficient neural activity found in younger adults.”

The magic of neuroplasticity is that your brain can adapt with the right circumstances.

Scientists used to think the brain was a fixed organ.

And they thought that any decline or damage was permanent.

But they were (thankfully) wrong.

The brain actually can adapt and change to changing circumstances.

This is called neuroplasticity and it’s probably why cognitive training works.

“New connections can form at an amazing speed – but in order to reconnect, the neurons need to be stimulated through activity.”

In the diagram below you can see how this works.

One part of the brain will often take over for a part that’s damaged.

And, by giving your brain the right circumstances, you can stimulate this effect…

Not just in a damaged brain but in an aging brain as well.

This is super-exciting research, because it means that you can keep your experience and wisdom – and your brain function.

“This work paves the way for larger clinical trials to test the ability to harness the potential of the aging mind and its ability to excel – by working like a younger brain with all the rich knowledge and expertise accrued over time.”

I don’t know about you… But I intend to live to at least 120 with great brain function the whole time.

Stay challenged, keep looking for new and innovative solutions, and have fun!

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