How Eggs Heal Your Brain

Now, there are millions of people worldwide who eat eggs. White eggs, brown eggs. It doesn’t matter what color they are. They contain essential nutrients, vitamins, as well as many medicinal healing benefits they have for our body.

How Eggs Heal Your Brain
How Eggs Heal Your Brain

But I want to explain what egg eggs can do for your brain. And there’s no doubt that eggs are a nutritional powerhouse, providing high quality protein that’s essential for neurotransmitter function, brain cell growth and repair.

The amino acids in eggs support the synthesis of new proteins necessary for optimal brain function. Additionally, eggs are rich in vitamin b twelve, which is crucial for the maintenance of the myelin sheath that insulates the nerve cells and supports optimal nerve function. And the brain and spine is a central nervous system.

And everything communicating with all the organs and tissues work through nerves. And every nerve has an insulator that we call the myelin sheath. It’s kind of like the rubber around the electric wire. You have a wire with rubber around that insulates the wire where our nerves need to be insulated as well.

In conditions like diabetic neuropathy, as well as other neuropathies where people experience lots of pain, that’s because the myelin sheath is being eaten away. Well, eggs will help the myelin keep those nerves healthy.

And the presence of selenium and eggs further enhances the antioxidant properties, helping to protect the brain cells from oxidative damage and supporting overall brain health. And choline, an essential nutrient found in eggs, is the key component of cell membranes and plays a critical role in brain development and function as a precursor to acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter vital for memory, mood regulation and cognitive function.

Choline from eggs supports optimal brain function, and in our brain, we have neurons. Between these neurons, we need chemical transmitters. The acetylcholine is what allows that connection of these neurons to communicate through each other.

So these proper messages could be sent through your entire central nervous system. This is what’s so important because acetylcholine plays a key role when it comes to your brain and your body. And eggs are a great source of omega three fatty acids, particularly DHA, tacosa, hexanoic acid and DHA is essential for the transmission of signals between brain cells and is associated with improved cognitive function, including memory, attention and problem solving abilities.

And what’s important about omega three fatty acids is that it’s probably one of the best natural antiinflammatory of the body. This reduces inflammation not only in the brain, but throughout all the cells. So if you’re having pain, autoimmune problems, or whatever condition. Remember, there’s always inflammation.

Omega three s could do wonderful things, not only for your cardiovascular system, but to keep that inflammation down so your body can repair and heal and you can get out of pain. And eggs contain powerful antioxidants, including lutein and ziaxanthin, which accumulate in the brain and is associated with neuroprotective effects.

And lutein and zazanthin are powerful keratinoids, and they do wonderful things for your eyes as well. And they are known to act as antioxidants and help filter out harmful, high energy blue wavelengths of that light, which could be damaging to our eyes.

It will help your vision and help reduce agerelated macular degeneration and cataracts and the presence of these amino acids and eggs support the synthesis of neurotransmitters such as serotonin, dopamine and neuropinephrine, which play a crucial role in your mood regulation, stress response and cognitive function.

And eggs are great for your blood brain barrier integrity the choline content in eggs is essential for the production of phosphatidal choline, a major component of cell membranes, including those that form the blood brain barrier.

This barrier regulates the passage of substances between the bloodstream and the brain, protecting the brain from potential harmful compounds. Inadequate choline from eggs supports the maintenance of this blood brain barrier integrity, ensuring optimal brain protection and function.

And eggs provide the essential nutrients, such as the B vitamins, that are involved in brain energy metabolism. And these nutrients support the conversion of carbohydrates, fats and proteins into energy that is utilized by the brain and by contributing to efficient energy production and utilization in the brain.

The nutrient and eggs support cognitive processes, mental alertness, and overall brain function. So here’s the bottom line. Eggs keep your brain healthy. Your brain is part of your central nervous system. Your central nervous system controls and regulates all systems of your body.

By allowing your brain to work at its maximum potential, you are going to stay healthier, prevent cognitive dysfunction, neurodegenerative problems. In the future, your brain is going to be healthier. You’re going to be able to think clear, live a more healthier life.

So don’t forget the powerful medicinal properties of what eggs can do for your brain. I hope you enjoy enjoyed this video. Please share it with your friends and family and most important, make it a great day. I’m Dr. Alan Mandel.

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