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Do You Know What Walking in a Labyrinth Does to the Brain?

In this technological age we live in, it’s rare to see someone walking without an iPod or some other music or media player strapped to them. Listening to music or even watching a video is so commonplace that few of us take the time to enjoy the stillness of our thoughts and the interaction with…

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8 Ways to Raise Dopamine with Diet – Part 4 of the Dopamine Series

1. Eat tyrosine rich foods:-Dairy I have a lot of caveats about eating dairy, as I’m not a fan of most of the neurological disorders, autoimmune conditions, gut pathologies, and food allergies I see. But it is very high in tyrosine. If you eat it, I highly recommend you invest in local, grass-raised animals not…

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Pomifera Face and Body Product Guides

Pomifera has put together product usage guides for their Face and Body products.  Please use the Pomifera Products that you have in the order seen below.  If you have Pomifera Products that are not listed in the guides below, feel free to use those products whenever you desire! If you haven’t started using Pomifera Products yet, you can start…

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Think Clearly! Part 3 of Dopamine Series

The last blog discussed the role of the neurotransmitter dopamine as crucial to achieving pleasure and regulating moods as well as motivation and energy. If you missed it, please read it first. Don’t worry, it will only take few minutes. You can check it out here, Lazy or Dopamine-Depleted?

You can have your neurotransmitter levels tested from a urine test, which is easy and painless, for the most accurate assessment. But, many times it’s relatively obvious based upon history, symptoms, and QEEG Brain Map results that it is highly likely the cause of many of the emotional struggles such as low motivation, depression, lack of pleasure/joy, and food cravings, for example.

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Dopamine – How I Love Thee! Part 2 of Dopamine Series

What is dopamine and why does it matter? Dopamine is a chemical made in several areas of the brain and is a way nerve cells talk to one another. We call those types of chemical neurotransmitters, and this one in particular is a neurohormone. Society is becoming a little familiar with these scientific terms as…

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