Memory Loss and the Hippocampus: MUST WATCH!

Memory Loss and the Hippocampus: MUST WATCH!

Memory Loss and the Hippocampus: MUST WATCH!

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so in this video we’re going to talk about your memory in the hippocampus okay what is the hippocampus hippocampus is a structure in the brain there’s actually two hippocampus is there structure in the middle part of the brain and they come from the Greek word which means seahorse because they look like seahorses okay they have a role in memory short-term long-term memory and spatial memory which is navigation so let’s say for example you’re gonna find out where you parked your car like if you have a hard time finding that or locating yourself in time in space so let’s say you’re someone gives you directions and you just cannot find your way through town that’s why I have a GPS right but the point is that this right here is controlled by the hippocampus if you lose the function of the hippocampus you develop Alzheimer’s so they don’t know exactly what the type of campus does but they do know it has a role in memory and retrieving data okay so that’s all I know dementia so you get dementia a loss of memory and realize that Alzheimer’s starts really early in life like in your 30s you start having memory loss and it gets worse and worse and worse and worse I believe it starts in the womb because when your mother is carrying you and she’s eating junk food or a lot of carbs and then you get put on formula and not breastfed I think that can set you up for Alzheimer’s that’s just my theory because of what I’m going to tell you right now the way that you destroy the hippocampus is you load it up with too much insulin and of course you know sugar in the diet so too much insulin or too much sugar will cause the shrinkage of your hippocampus so it’s really important in them if you’re pregnant or you’re gonna have kids to make sure that we keep the carbs to a normal level not go overboard you want to specially do quality carbs and then the formula is just filled with sugar so you want to do breastfeeding and if you can’t you need to make your own formula to make sure it’s really high quality and I’m gonna put a link down below if you are in that situation so I really believe it starts very very life and that can set you up for a weakness so you want the bad news or the good news first let me give you the bad news I already told you high insulin causes an atrophy of your hippocampus okay that’s one piece of bad news but the other piece is high cortisol will shrink your hippocampus so it’s a combination of stress and sugar okay and refined carbs that’s what does it that’s what affects the memory now let’s shift to the good news all right here’s the good news the hippocampus is one of the only areas in the brain that can experience neurogenesis in other words it can it can actually grow back you can actually make new nerve cells in your hippocampus that’s exciting so regardless of where what happened to you as a kid you can still improve things greatly and one of the ways that the body does it is through something called BDNF that’s called brain derived neurotrophic factor which basically is a brain chemical that helps the communication between the brain cells the synapses okay and the way that you trigger this is there’s actually five ways fasting is the most important and most powerful method of regrowing your brain okay especially the hippocampus you can actually stimulate stem cells which is basically undifferentiated kind of like cells without a purpose that can turn into new brain tissue and as we age it goes down but if you do prolong fasting so fasting a little bit longer every so often you can greatly improve your brain apparently when you don’t eat your body helps the brain get smarter to find food that’s it’s a survival mechanism so it’s not good to eat so frequently and then some people want to know like how do I know if I have high insulin very simple look down right now if you see that you have a belly you have high insulin if you do click the link down below you’ll see a link that says healthy keto in a minute fasting start watching those videos and learning about how to do it and you can actually flatten the stomach through gate lowering normalising insulin through food all right so now we have number two aerobic exercise can actually help you expand and increase the size of your hippocampus that’s cool this is walking I’ve been telling you this for a long time going these long walks several times a week very very important because you get all this oxygen with low cortisol low stress very cool number three vitamin b1 thiamine if you’re deficient in b12 set you up for Alzheimer’s because it creates damage within the mitochondria which is the energy factory within the brain so that’s what sets the whole thing off so b1 apparently protects the cells and other factors in the brain against the side effects and damage so b1 is very very important in preventing dementia if you look up something called beriberi you’ll see one of the side effects of b1 is memory loss this is why so how do you become b1 deficient by consuming too many refined carbohydrates and sugars you need to start taking b1 I like nutritional yeast because that is a natural source you can do synthetic but also do nutritional use the same time because you don’t want to do synthetic for a long period of time I do recommend synthetic for short-term periods whether you’re doing a detox or some type of program but make sure you have the other complex with it so you don’t create an imbalance and before avoid stress okay that’s lowering cortisol user said than done but you got to work on that alright number five lower the carbs run your body on ketones that is an alternative fuel you and your body doesn’t have enough carbs it’s forced to burn your own fat the by project that is ketones so that’s the fuel source ketones are much less stressful to the brain your brain cells love ketones the hippocampus loves ketones there’s a lot of research being done now by giving also patience ketones and they seem to do much much better so because it provides less stress on the brain all right guys this is what you do go ahead and do it thanks for watching so if you want more knowledge on how to create a healthy body subscribe now and get daily notifications daily notifications that sounds weird well I’ll just remind you on a daily basis how about that

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about the memory and the hippocampus. Hippocampus is the structure in the middle part of the brain that comes from the Greek word which means “sea horse” because they look like seahorses. It has a role in memory, short term, long term and spatial memory (navigation). Too much sugar or insulin and high cortisol will cause the shrinkage of the hippocampus and losing the function of hippocampus could develop Alzheimer’s and dementia. The hippocampus is one of the few areas in the brain where neurogenesis can occur through BDNF or Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor, which is a brain chemical that strengthens synapses or helps the communication of the brain cells.

Things that Trigger BDNF
• Fasting – Most important and most powerful method of re-growing the brain and could stimulate stem cells.
• Aerobic Exercise (Walking) – Helps expand and increase the size of the hippocampus.
• Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) – it protects the cells and other factors in the brain against the side effects and damage
• Avoid Stress
• Low Carb Diet and run your fuel-source on ketones – Lowers oxidative stress

So in this video we’re going to talk about your memory and the hippocampus. What is a hippocampus? Hippocampus is a structure in the brain – there’s actually two hippocampuses. There structure in the middle part of the brain and they come from the Greek word which means seahorse because they look like seahorses. They have a role in memory, short-term, long-term memory, and spatial memory which is navigation. So let’s say example you’re gonna find out where you parked your car, like if you have a hard time finding that or locating your self in time and space – so let’s say someone gives you directions and you just cannot find your way through town. That’s why we have GPS right. But the point is that, this right here is controlled by hippocampus. If you lose the function of the hippocampus, you develop Alzheimer’s. They don’t know exactyly what that hippocampus does but they do know, it has a role in memory and retrieving data. Dementia, so you get dementia a loss of memory and realize that alzheimer’s starts really early in life like in your 30’s You start having memory loss and it gets worse and worse and worse. I believe it starts in the womb because when your mother is carryng you and she’s eating junk food or a lot of carbs and then you get put on formula and not breastfed. I think that can set you up for Alzheimer’s – That’s just my theory because of what I’m going to tell you right now. The way that you destroy the hippocampus is you load it up with too much insulin and of course sugar in the diet. So too much insulin or too much sugar will cause the shrinkage of your hippocampus.So it’s really important if you’re pregnant or you’re gonna have kids to make sure that we keep the carbs to a normal level.

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