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Morning Routine with turmeric, lions mane and superfoods

Natural superfood hacks For brain Health, motivation, mood and Ultra Performance.

Hey there, Benny here, with another amazing hack for your morning routine!

Whats your morning routine for a perfect, motivated and creativr day?!… Tea, coffee, smoothie, water, apple cider vinegar? Or superfoods like maca, matcha, mate, MUSHROOMS?!

I discovered lions mane mushrooms in many podcasts and brain hacking talks for the ultimate performance, and tested a lot on my self, with awesome results!

Some of the mega benefits:

like super clarity, focus, wellbeing,

– disease free and motivated FOR YEARS!

Mix it with Turmeric, cinnamon and black pepper and you will get the brain, mood and Motivation -Boost like youre on speedy-gonzales 🙂


You’re open for new brain hacking and health hacks?! Then Check out these superfood – Hacks, that the brain hackers, which silicon valley guys use, as well as thr newest science, health and healing studies reveal.

I love my natural superpower foods and brain enhancing Medicinal Mushrooms. Legal, super potent and natural.

You’re maybe getting weak or uncomfortable from coffee? Ever tried it with cardamom, Turmeric and Black pepper? That’s the key to long-lasting energy and anti-brain fatigue! If you love your coffee, i got some great alternatives for you:

Lions mane mushroom – 4 sigmatic

  • cacao and Lions mane (Mushroom) or a matcha, maca, lions mane that will boost your day and elevate your mood!

Brain superpower mixtures, that will give you an incredible supernatural boost and brain performance, you may never had! Turmeric, Pepper, Cinnamon, Herbs and the medicinal magic of mushrooms…

How to Make Paleo Cinnamon Turmeric Coffee

It’s really easy to make this recipe. Just make your black coffee or Lions mane coffee etc. and add to it – cinnamonturmericblack pepper, a small amount of coconut oil, and any coconut or almond milk you want.


Health Benefits of Turmeric

Just like cinnamon, turmeric is packed with health benefits.

Curcumin is the compound in turmeric that is linked to those benefits, and studies have shown curcumin to have:

  • Anti-inflammatory effects
  • Anti-oxidant properties
  • Brain-boosting benefits

Enjoy turmeric with black pepper to boost health benefits

One of the main problems with turmeric though is much of the curcumin doesn’t get absorbed by our body (and therefore we don’t get its benefits).

However, the compound peperine can boost curcumin’s absorption rates dramatically. And you can find this peperine compound in black pepper.

So whenever you eat anything with turmeric in it, remember to also add a dash of black pepper!


Health Benefits of Cinnamon

Cinnamon is made from the inner bark of a tree called Cinnamomum. And that distinct flavor and smell you get from cinnamon is due to the organic compound cinnamaldehyde.

And it’s also this compound that gives cinnamon much of its health benefits, like:

  1. Packed with antioxidants
  2. Has anti-microbial properties
  3. Can help lower blood sugar levels
  4. May help brain function
  5. May have anti-cancer properties

–> Scientific and beneficial explanations at the endor click here


How? – Well, these are some examples, but play with it:

  1. Add simply a bit Pepper, Turmeric, Cardamom and cinnamon

+ (organic) Turmeric/Curcuma or curcumin (Curcuma extract – That’s the stuff, that heals cancer, dementia and inflammatory diseases. (thousands of studies reveal) –> www.greenmedinfo.com

2. Recipe for the elevating morning drink:

(Get creative, you can mix heaps of different things in)

  • My nr 1 – Lions mane Coffee Known to ENHANCE and build new neuronal networks, boosts your performance and heals nerves…
  • Organic coffee
  • Maca, Nutmeg
  • Maca, Matcha, Yerba Mate
  • -> Mixed with cardamom, cinnamon, cumin, Pepper
  • –> Turmeric, Black pepper, Coconut/MCT-Oil,

For the crazy amazing guys – A little spice!

  • all the above + cayenne pepper,

Herbal ancient super mix:

Another herbal and ancient mixture (inkas and hunters used it for endurance and superpower, focus and clarity)

  • Gotu kola, Brahmi, Ginko, Nutmeg, GroundNut, Ginseng

Long Explanation:

Turmeric

You don’t need a lot of turmeric, but here’s why you should add it to your morning coffee. Curcumin, the main compound found in turmeric, is widely known and accepted for its antioxidant, antiviral, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties. Research from the Journal Cancer Prevention suggests that turmeric consumption in India is high. They consume it fresh, in root form and dried ground form — up to four grams per person, per day.

Research goes on to report that overall cancer rates are significantly lower in India than in Western countries, which is attributed (among other factors) to the high levels of curcumin consumed. The Arthritis Foundation suggests adding 0.5 grams to 1 gram of powdered root three times per day to reduce painful inflammation associated with arthritis. That’s about 0.1 to 0.2 of a teaspoonful.

A pinch of ground pepper

However, consuming turmeric on its own has a relatively low bioavailability, which is why I add ground pepper to the mix. One way that our liver gets rid of foreign substances is to make it water soluble so that it can be excreted. But piperine, a molecule in black pepper, inhibits this process.

And you don’t need a lot. If you consumed turmeric you would see a small rise in your bloodstream, since your liver is aggressively trying to get rid of it. But according to research published in the Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, just a small amount of black pepper can suppress that process, shooting up turmeric’s bioavailability by a whopping 2000 percent! In fact, even just a pinch of pepper can significantly boost turmeric’s bioavailability. And, truthfully, it does not alter the taste of coffee one bit.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon does more than just flavor your coffee. This flavorful spice, reminiscent of sweet rolls, has anti-inflammatory properties that can ease swelling, according to research. But cinnamon is also loaded with antioxidants, such as polyphenols.

Other research, published in the journal Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, reports that cinnamon also possesses the following properties:

  • Antioxidant
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Antidiabetic
  • Antimicrobial
  • Anticancer
  • Lipid-lowering
  • Cardiovascular-disease-lowering activity

In addition, it has also been reported that cinnamon may benefit neurological disorders, such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases.

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