Intelligence is not an irreversible genetic factor but rather a self-manipulated variable in our life. Learn more about…
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
Melanie Baxter from San Francisco, CA, asks:
Sending my daughter to college next year, I hope her IQ allows this encouraging step which I can hardly influence - ?
We have learned that our life and health is based on the balance of 2 basic pillars: body and mind.
While each of those pillars is a complex phenomenon by its own which needs to be treated at best knowledge, we overlook only too often those parameters especially relevant for our mind. Just take the IQ which we may consider as an irreversible genetic factor.
NEW SCIENTIFIC FINDING
However, just as modern medical science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign found out scientifically, our IQ by far is not at all an adamant genetic factor but rather a criterion we can manipulate ourselves.
With fat molecules called monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) in our blood we can simply take from nutrition like olive oil, canola oil, avocados, as well as different nuts and seeds, to boost our intelligence and cognition with.
Not enough, these healthy fats also lower the risk of heart disease and stroke by lowering ‘bad’ (LDL) cholesterol at the same time.
Just as the study leader at the University of Illinois, Dr. Aron K. Barbey, finalized: “This gives us evidence of the mechanism by which nutrition affects intelligence and motivates promising new directions for future research in nutritional cognitive neuroscience.”
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Dr. Mark Fritz, NMD, PhD