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FMTV - Super Brain, Eye and Nervous System Drink

Super Brain, Eye and Nervous System Drink

Series: Superfood Recipes | Episode: 3 | Runtime: 16m | Release date: 2012

This segment features: David Wolfe.

This drink has the power to rejuvenate difficult-to-reach nerve tissue. It can help improve eyesight, memory and helps alleviate neurological problems. The coconut oil, marine phytoplankton andMegaHydrate help improve the absorption of omega-3 fatty acids.

Marine Phytoplankton contains a unique and extraordinary combination of life-sustaining nutrients including omega-3 fatty acids (DHA), nucleotides, DNA, RNA, protein, chlorophyll, vitamins, major minerals, trace elements, and polysaccharides.

Lion's Mane is a medicinal mushroom, especially well known for its ability to rebuild the nervous system. This mushroom was highly prized in Chinese tradition, where it was eaten exclusively by the emperors. Lion's mane's benefits were well known to the Chinese doctors as a remedy for problems of the digestive tract. It's beta glucan polysaccharides, along with polypeptides and fatty acids have a lot to do with these effects. Lion's mane has also been shown to help balance blood sugar and cholesterol levels. It is completely safe, showing no signs of toxicity or side effects in any scientific research.

Serves: 2

Featuring:
David Wolfe

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Shawne Johnson | 1 year, 8 months ago
Is this drink safe for 94 yr old on blood thinners, heart meds. She is having issues with her eyes because of Digoxin. I am sooo frustrated about this. I am currently giving her fish oil, liver support supplements, probiotic, multivitamin, D3 that is helping tremendously. Thank you for any response.
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Joyce Ann Solomon | FMTV | 1 year, 8 months ago
Hello Shawne, as everyone is unique and has different needs, we cannot encourage you enough to find a holistic health practitioner in your local area who will be able to support you and assess your individual needs. You can access our Food Matters Health Practitioner Guide here: http://www.foodmatters.tv/content/practitioner-directory :) ~ Joyce
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Karen van Burkleo | 3 years, 2 months ago
Dear Pauline B, none of those links are good.
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Ivette Williams | 3 years, 2 months ago
Hi Karen, you may like to try this link: http://www.longevitywarehouse.com/catalogsearch/result/?f=dried+marine+phytoplankton+powder&q=marine+phytoplankton+powder
Ivette :)
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Anne Hallam | 3 years, 3 months ago
Thank you. Q: Can you provide me with the links where you purchased your MEGA hydrate, dried marine phytoplankton powder, Algae and Lion's main and noni honey. please.
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Doe Renee Tolle Tolle | 3 years, 7 months ago
So grateful for this! I can't wait to try and share with others who are in need! Thank you for sharing!
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James Taylor | 4 years, 11 months ago
Always add raw organic, unpasteurized honey to any drink. Bee products are used not for sweetness, but for the behemoth of healing it brings to you. Study BEE PRODUCTS!
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Tom Yates | 5 years, 3 months ago
Manuka honey averages 38% fructose and 30% glucose. It is inaccurate to describe it as a glucose sweetener. The coconut and berries add plenty of sweetness; honey is not needed! And two tablespoons is shocking.

The proposed advantage of Manuka and other honey is the antibacterial quality. This comes from hydrogen peroxide, which dissipates over time.

Bottom line: leave it out.

Source: www.honey.com
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Alex Ferreira | 5 years, 3 months ago
Sensationl stuff. Off to the shops to make this for my daughter who is in year 12..
I am in love with all these unknown foods lol..
Great website.
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Team member | FMTV | 5 years, 3 months ago
Glad you enjoyed this Alex :) ~ Grace.
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