Meditation and Neuroplasticity Training May Help Reduce Stress and Stop the Cycle of Addiction by Patrick Bailey
Stress is a word many people throw around casually. Many do not realize its very…
Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter that plays a key role in keeping healthy the myelin sheath–fatty substance–that surrounds our neurons.
When this sheath is healthy it conducts neural impulses faster, making our brain function more quickly and process better. In return, this healthy neural processing allows us to get a handle on rewiring our stress states.
Foods rich in lecithin provide the nutritional base for this process. Meat, dairy, eggs, seeds and nuts are great sources.