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Maximize your Memory with Mind-Max. Jay P. Vanden Heuvel Ph.D. Jay P. Vanden Heuvel Ph.D. Green Bay , Wisc . Univ. Wisc. Oshkosh College Of Nursing A.D. Surgical Technology Mgmt. Medical Underwriting, Instrt. for Medical Terminology, Human Body Health & Disease & A/P in Insurance Industry.

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maximize your memory with mind max

Maximize your Memory with Mind-Max

Jay P. Vanden Heuvel Ph.D.

jay p vanden heuvel ph d green bay wisc
Jay P. Vanden Heuvel Ph.D.Green Bay, Wisc.
  • Univ. Wisc. Oshkosh College Of Nursing
  • A.D. Surgical Technology
  • Mgmt. Medical Underwriting, Instrt. for Medical Terminology, Human Body Health & Disease & A/P in Insurance Industry.
  • A.D. Customer Service, H.I.A.A., I.C.S.
  • Faculty: Fox Valley School of Massage & Blue Sky School of Massage.
jay p vanden heuvel ph d green bay wisc4
Jay P. Vanden Heuvel Ph.D.Green Bay, Wisc.
  • B.S. & M.S. in Natural Health (Alabama)
  • PhD. in Holistic Health (England)
  • PhD. Traditional Naturopathy (Alabama)
  • A.R.C.B., AAeD, C.F.T. (N.Y.)
  • Board Cert. Holistic Health Practitioner
  • 17 yrs. private practice, over 16,000 clients
  • Lecturer (U.S., China, Israel, Mexico, Canada, U.K.)
  • Lectured to over 100,000
  • Author “Life is a Teeter-Totter”, 9 DVD’s, and over 100 published articles, TV and Radio.
what s in y our mind
What’s InYour mind?
  • 100 billion neurons (nerve cells), trillions of more cells (glial) that support the neurons.
  • More connections than stars in the universe!
  • Brain is only 2% of body weight but uses 30% of all calories consumed on a daily basis.
  • You are cognitive, by what you eat!
  • The brain is about being “cognitive”.
cognitive function
Cognitive Function
  • Defined as: “State of consciousness (alert, orientated), memory, and attention span”.
  • Our brains become less cognitive as we age, but when does the decline actually start?
    • Age 45
  • Add in toxins, stress, poor lifestyle choices, genetics, and it can start even earlier.
  • Can be assessed by MSE – Mental Status Exam.
mental status exam
Mental Status Exam
  • Standard test by health care professionals to measure a person’s overall mental health.
  • Awareness & thinking depend upon organized thoughts.
  • Experience, emotions, and processes all take place in different parts of the brain (“Change your brain, change your life” Dr. Daniel Amen M.D.).
  • Confusion: is the first sign something is wrong.
signs
Signs
  • Not being self aware – a personal sense
  • Cannot maintain a logical sequence of thoughts.
  • Not being able to pay attention.
  • Disoriented.
  • In a word “Confusion” – this is nothing more than a loss of connections between brain cells.
synapsis
Synapsis
  • A firing between neurons. Like a spark plug in an engine. If the gap is hindered, so is the spark.
  • We lose 5-10% of synapsis from age 20-90 yrs. of age. Stop this and you improve memory.
  • Poor lifestyle choices, environmental toxins, and stress, contribute to degeneration of synapsis. What else?
fear your m ind in danger
Fear: Your Mind in Danger?
  • Fear creates connections that go to the subconscious. Further destroying our cognitive ability…replace with faith!
  • Plenty to be afraid of, or is it your mind? We respond to things easily called to mind. Let’s discuss a few items we fear and don’t….
  • Cancer – We fear painful and/or prolonged outcomes.
  • Smoking – We know it will kill us, but it doesn’t mean we’ll stop doing it.
  • Money – Research shows that touching money helps alleviate pain!
  • Hugs – Releases oxytocin in brain; “love” hormone that quiets anxiety.
  • Air Travel - Last year 30,000 Americans died in car crashes. Zero in commercial air travel.
  • Many tangible and intangibles with time can destroy our cognitive ability.
the brain can c hange positively with every t hing you c hange
The Brain Can Change PositivelyWith Every Thing You Change
  • It adapts and is influenced by everything we do (so, do healthier things).
  • Will respond to positive lifestyle changes, stress reduction (i.e. fear vs. faith), emotional healing (flower essences), reduction of environmental influence, and the right supplements.
  • The goal is to “restore” what we lose with age so we don’t degenerate. Wouldn\'t you rather re-generate? Let’s look at a real life case.
what was d one
What Was Done…
  • Stress reduction - Flower Essences
  • Diet: Lean proteins & complex carbohydrates.
  • Supplement: High Omega 3’s, Super Trio, Brain Protex, SAM-E, Nattozimes.
  • Reduction of Excitotoxins: (MSG, nutra-sweet, etc.) Vitamin E w Selenium critical to blocking excitotoxins.
  • Thinking positive thoughts. (Pessimism can lead to an increase in harmful stress hormones).
  • Exercise the brain. (crossword puzzles, reading, new language, calculus)
  • Calm your consciousness. (prayer and meditation)
losing ourselves by losing o ur m inds
Losing Ourselves by Losing Our Minds.
  • 13.4 million Americans will have mild memory problems associated with aging by 2050!
  • Aging can rob us of cognitive ability, memory loss, confusion, and well, your mind.
  • A 65 year old has a 10% chance. Climbs with age.
  • 15 million take care of a loved one. Adds $202B in unpaid healthcare.
  • Baby boomers (60-80) will add $627 billion from memory loss to Medicare costs.
  • What about the psychological price tag?
age and memory
Age and Memory
  • Some forgetfulness is normal.
  • However, blood flow to the brain becomes less robust, losing brain cells.
  • Diminished production of neuro-chemicals (acetylcholine).
  • Less efficient cell-to-cell communication.
mind max
Mind-Max™

NSP is the first Direct-Selling company to market Magnesium L-Threonate

Supports Brain Function

  • Memory & Concentration

Perfect Combination

  • Magnesium L-threonate
  • Gotu Kola
  • Ginkgo Biloba
  • Bacopa Leaf
magnesium mg the brain mineral
Magnesium (Mg) - the Brain Mineral
  • It has long been known that magnesium, in concert with calcium, plays an important role in propagating nerve signals between cells.
  • Magnesium is used by the body to create an electrical potential which is required for normal release of neurotransmitters across nerve synapses.
magnesium boosts brain function
Magnesium BoostsBrain Function
  • “Findings suggest elevating brain magnesium content …a useful strategy to enhance cognitive abilities” – Guosong Liu, Tsinghua University Beijing China
  • “Half of all industrialized countries are magnesium deficient, contributing to age dependent memory decline…”
  • Issue: High magnesium supplementation is difficult, due to a strong laxative effect.
magtein mgt to the rescue
“Magtein (MgT)” to the Rescue!
  • Magnesium is not well absorbed by nervous tissues. More specifically, it is poorly transferred across the blood brain barrier. However…there is Magtein!
  • Magtein or Magnesium L-threonate (MgT) has been shown in scientific studies to increase brain magnesium levels and subsequently increase cognitive performance.
  • Studies repeated with both young and old participants. In both cases cognitive function was increased while taking Magtein (magnesium L-threonate). This represents the most current research on food supplements in supporting brain health and function.
magtein mgt and nsp
Magtein (MgT) and NSP
  • We are the firstdirect sales company that has this compound!
  • It is in our new Mind Max. This helps insure we get the magnesium where it needs to be, in the brain!
  • Less is more! MgT works by combining Magnesium with an amino acid (L-Threonate). This allows it to cross the blood brain barrier without having to do heavy doses of straight magnesium.
  • Developed at M.I.T.
  • The supporting herbs to this are remarkable as well.
gotu kola
Gotu Kola
  • “Brain Food” as it is known by many Herbalists.
  • Benefits for brain fatigue, enhance memory, nervous system tonic, anti-aging, and longevity!
  • From the Island of Sri Lanka.
gingko biloba
Gingko Biloba
  • The tree of life! Even the leaf signature resembles a “brain”.
  • Over 50 double-blind clinical studies show reduces impaired blood flow to the brain.
  • “Helps mental function and short-term memory loss”. – American Journal of Natural Medicine 1997
bacopa monneri water hyssop
BacopaMonneri (Water Hyssop)
  • Bacopaextract benefits to health were known in India several thousand years ago. There, it is known as "brahmi", a brain tonic. It is used to improve memory and learning problems, as well as concentration.
  • Bacopamonnieri plays a dual role in boosting memory and fighting stress.
mind max28
Mind-Max™
  • Mind-Max (90 capsules)
  • Stock Num. 3134-4
  • Direct Cost- $29.95
  • QV 29.95
  • Retail - $44.95
  • Retail Trial Packs (20 packs)
    • 6 capsules/pack
  • Stock Num. 5458-1
  • Direct cost- $19.95
  • QV- 5.0
  • Retail - $30.00
other nsp supporting cast members
Other NSP Supporting Cast Members
  • Dulse liquid - (Iodine) well documented iodine deficiency affects cognitive function.
  • Lemon oil – known to cross the blood brain barrier easily!
  • Sage – sage is for “age” (Thymol/Eugenol boost cognitive function) - Psychology Today 2/09
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Use your brain to the Max with Mind max!
  • Let’s face it, we all want to remain “Cognitive”
  • No one wants to be “confused”.
  • It’s a snap, I mean “Synap” (synapsis).
  • You can change your brain and change your life with Mind-Max.
  • Thank you for your attendance.
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