MCT Recipes 1

Healthy Lifestyle, Ingredients

Here’s How to Cook with MCT Oil (Recipes Included!)

  The brain and body derive energy from many sources. One of the most potent sources of energy are the medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) from coconut oil. You’ll find high-quality, ultra-pure MCTs in BrainMD’s new quick energy supplement… Brain MCT Energy Brain MCT Energy is an oily dietary supplement that offers...

Antioxidants and Free Radicals 1

Immunity, Ingredients

Here’s What You Need to Know About Antioxidants and Free Radicals!

  Ever hear the term “free radical?” Nope, I’m not referring to a protester from the 60s. In medical terms, free radicals refer to something completely different. What Are Free Radicals? Free radicals are atoms or molecules with unpaired electrons. Electrons have an irresistible drive to occur in pairs, so...

Balance Your Hormones 1

Brain Health, Healthy Lifestyle

Some of the Best Natural Ways to Balance Your Hormones

  Hormones are often associated with teenage angst and/or female menstrual-related moodiness. Yet, they’re involved in much more than reproductive and sexual maturing processes. They also control metabolism, appetite, development and growth, cognition and mood, sleep, body temperature maintenance, and more. What Are Hormones? Hormones are the chemical messengers of...

MCT Energy 3

Brain Health, Focus and Energy

How to Get Clean MCT Energy for Your Brain and Body

  The human brain requires lots of energy to function. Though only 2% of the body’s total weight, the brain uses at least 20% of the body’s total energy. The brain and body derive energy from many sources. One of the most potent sources of energy are the medium-chain triglycerides...

Stretching 1

Brain Health, Family

Benefits of Stretching: Pre & Post Workout Stretches + Desk Stretches

  Much emphasis has been placed on exercising your body for health and longevity. The U.S. even makes a recommendation of how much exercise you should get each week. Yet, there’s no official national recommendation for stretching. It’s often mentioned as a sidenote to exercise. Perhaps that’s why just 10...

Signs of Low Magnesium

Brain Health, Ingredients

Here Are Some of the Signs of Low Magnesium

  Do you get enough magnesium? If not, you should. There’s a reason why this powerful, versatile mineral is referred to as “essential.” What is Magnesium? Magnesium is a mineral nutrient that’s crucial for our health and survival. It’s required by a wide variety of our enzymes and other functional...

Gummy Vitamins vs Pills 1

Brain Health, Healthy Lifestyle

What You Need to Know About Gummy Vitamins vs Pills

  What kind of supplements do you prefer? There are many types of supplements including capsules, tablets, chewables, powders, gummies, liquids, energy bars, and more. Is there a difference when it comes to quality, absorption, and overall efficacy? Is there a clear-cut winner between gummy vitamins vs pills? Let’s take...

How to Make Healthy Homemade Salad Dressings + Recipes! BrainMD

Nutrition

How to Make Homemade Salad Dressings + Recipes!

The right salad dressing can transform a salad from boring to delectable. Unfortunately, dressings can also add extra calories and unwanted ingredients such as preservatives, artificial flavors, and colors, and more that you may want to avoid. A simple solution to this is to make your own salad dressings at...

Foods that Lower Triglycerides 1

Brain Health, Healthy Lifestyle

Here Are Some of the Best Foods to Help Lower Your Triglycerides

  When it comes to heart health markers, many are aware of maintaining healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels. But triglycerides? Not so much. Yet, triglyceride levels are a marker of heart health too. Here’s what you need to know, and better yet, what you need to eat to keep...

Healthy Lifestyle, Mood

9 Health Benefits of Running & How to Start

  We were built to run. Researchers believe that the shape of our bodies evolved to make us extraordinary endurance runners, which helped us to both chase prey to exhaustion and evade predators. Also, our tendency to sweat helps our bodies dissipate heat. Our spring-like Achilles’ tendons and strong leg...