🔋 How To Optimize The 7 Clinically Proven Energy Pathways For Your Body & Mind – by Dr Sam Robbins

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🔋 How To Optimize The 7 Clinically Proven Energy Pathways For Your Body & Mind

Today I’m going to discuss one of the most important aspects about health and more so, about your LIFE. And this has to do with how you can quickly and dramatically increase your energy levels for both your body AND mind.

And I’m not talking about fake or temporary energy you get from stimulants like caffeine.

What you’ll discover will allow your body to produce maximum energy levels from within, naturally … all day long.

As far as your BODY — this means more physical energy, better muscular stamina and faster recovery.

As far as your MIND — this means better memory, more focus and improved mental speed and cognition.

Pathway #1: Stress / Adrenal / Cortisol

Stress disrupts multiple biochemical pathways.

Sadly, an estimated 75%–90% of visits to primary care physicians are now related to the effects of stress.5

You may not be able to stop stress, but for longevity and health reasons, you need to give your body specific nutrients to help manage and reduce “stress side-effects”.

Pathway #2: Mitochondria
Mitochondrial function is one of the most important metrics of whole body health. Mitochondria are located in every cell and tissue in the human body.1

In fact, your muscles contain the highest mitochondrial content of any tissue in your body. This includes your heart muscle too.

Mitochondria oxidize or “burn” carbohydrates, proteins and fatty acids for energy. When this is done correctly, the foods you eat get utilized for energy and “heat”, rather than stored as body fat.

Unfortunately, as we age our mitochondria production dramatically drops.

Pathway #3: ATP

All of this energy that’s being produced by Mitochondria, is done so by yielding ATP – which stands for adenosine triphosphate

Having higher levels of ATP provides more of the energy molecules need to perform many daily activities.6

Simply stated, mitochondria produce ATP, and ATP is absolutely essential for survival.

Pathway #4: Dopamine

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that regulates mood and cognition.

It’s known as the anti-aging “pleasure chemical”

Pathway #5: Acetylecholine

A decline in acetylcholine levels coincides with advancing age and is a hallmark of neurodegeneration, which can lead to dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.

Proper acetylcholine function is essential to muscle control, sleep, and cognition.8

Pathway #6: Circulation & Oxygen

There are 3 things we need to survive:

Food – without it we’d typically die in about a week
Water – without it we’d die in about 3 days
Oxygen – without it we’d die in minutes

Unfortunately, as we age, oxygen usage drops and so does blood circulation.

And remember, your blood contains all the nutrients, enzymes, hormones and everything you need to heal, grow and survive.

Most people don’t know that the brain requires a great deal of oxygen and circulation. In fact, cerebral blood flow is about 15% of cardiac output.

Pathway #7: Nootropic
Now, this final method of increasing bull body energy levels has to do with utilizing nootropics. This isn’t a pathway, but something that has dramatic anti-aging benefits.

Nootropics, a Greek word meaning ‘Towards the Mind’, are compounds that are known as cognitive enhancers, which help optimize brain functions and improve brain health.

They help:
boost both mental and physical energy
enhance memory and recall10
increase mental speed, concentration and focus13
anti-aging benefits12
promote higher IQ/intelligence 11,13

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