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Foods That Increase BDNF for Brain Health & Weight Loss

Brain-derived neurotrophic factor, also known as BDNF, is a neurotrophin (a type of protein) that plays a vital role in brain health and the flexibility of the central nervous system. BDNF acts as a fertilizer for the brain cells, helping them grow and function better by maintaining brain circuits. Lack of this neurotrophin leads to impaired learning, depression, anxiety, as well as many neurological conditions including epilepsy, Alzheimer’s, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and eating disorders. I talk about this amazing growth factor extensively in The Guerrilla Diet & Lifestyle Program book in chapters 10, 11 and 15.

In my recent video, “Foods That Increase BDNF for Brain Health & Longevity”, I examine different foods that help increase BDNF and in turn help support brain health in the long-term.

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This Post Has 16 Comments

  1. Shakeel Ahmed

    I am slow learner and oftenly suffer from in severe depression and anti depressive doesn't work on me, please tell me a quick nootropic

  2. deepika s *

    Mam thanku… u solved my problem i have searching for good nuerons food ..but now i got all information in one video☺️👍👍👌

  3. Dave Kohler

    I will stick to my red meat, eggs, fish for my brain and body health.

  4. panos karanasios

    …..Hi from Greece. Very nice video! Also apples, almonds, olive oil, coconut oil, black risings and raw red onions.

  5. James McD

    Great video! Supports what I've found myself, but very easy to digest for most people, plus all plant sources so big plus there.

  6. Diss & Dad

    Do cruciferous vegetables also have a role to play here?

  7. Sharon Bodeen

    Thank you very much for this video. I appreciate the conciseness and the available information. I will try to modify some of the food suggestions that you encourage. I am living with a permanent small bowel obstruction and cannot tolerate foods that have any fiber or bulk to them. Yet, I am planning to prepare teas and tisanes from the foods that you recommend. Wish me luck!

  8. Supratik Sarkar

    Resevaratol, Omega 3 (Berries, Chia Seeds ,Grapes, Walnuts, Dark Chocolate , Flaxseeds , Peanuts , Tumeric + Black Pepper)

  9. Francis Mausley

    Thanks much… "…our natural food is that which grows out of the ground." "Science is an effulgence of the Sun of Reality,.." ~ Baha'i Faith

  10. Shafiuddin Sheikh

    Thank you very much madam,
    Very informative bdnf video,
    Liked from India.

  11. L P

    Liked 👍🏼 and subscribed

  12. Deepu Prasad

    Very informative about foods those developing bdnf level. Thanks for this video 🙂

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