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    Improve your memory and cognitive function with NXGEN Wholefoods freeze dried raw Lamb Brains.  Our freeze drying process retains natural peptides, enzymes and cofactors to support cognitive health. Natures ultimate vitamins from wholefoods.

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Improve your memory and cognitive function with NXGEN Wholefoods freeze dried raw Lamb Brains.  Our freeze drying process retains natural peptides, enzymes and cofactors to support cognitive health. Natures ultimate vitamins from wholefoods.

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Brain Extract contains brain cell activators, neurotrophic factors, pineal gland, pituitary gland, hypothalamus, sphingomyelin, phosphatidylserine, to support neurons and nervous system messaging, to assist brain injury, memory loss, stress, nightmares, dementia, epilepsy, psychological stress and fatigue. Supplemented with beef liver, for B vitamins and iron, among other nutrients. B vitamins aid the functioning of the nervous system, while iron contributes to a clear mind.  Children with ADD/ADHD and Asperger's syndrome may also benefit from brain extract to to "cope" with outside stimuli. 

The hypothalamus is a small but important area in the centre of the brain. It plays an important role in hormone production and helps to stimulate many important processes in the body and is located in the brain, between the pituitary gland and thalamus.  When the hypothalamus is not working properly, it can cause problems in the body that lead to a wide range of rare disorders. Maintaining hypothalamic health is vital because of this.

The hypothalamus acts as the connector between the endocrine and nervous systems. It plays a part in many essential functions of the body such as:

  • body temperature
  • thirst
  • appetite and weight control
  • emotions
  • sleep cycles
  • sex drive
  • childbirth
  • blood pressure and heart rate
  • production of digestive juices
  • balancing bodily fluids

The hypothalamus’ main role is to keep the body in homeostasis.  Homeostasis means a healthful, balanced bodily state. The body is always trying to achieve this balance. Feelings of hunger, for example, are the brain’s way of letting its owner know that they need more nutrients to achieve homeostasis.  To maintain homeostasis, the hypothalamus is responsible for creating or controlling many hormones in the body.  The hypothalamus works with the pituitary gland, which makes and sends other important hormones around the body.  Together, the hypothalamus and pituitary gland control many of the glands that produce hormones of the body, called the endocrine system. This includes the adrenal cortex, gonads, and thyroid.  Hormones secreted by the hypothalamus include:

  • antidiuretic hormone, which increases how much water is absorbed into the blood by the kidneys
  • corticotropin-releasing hormone, which helps regulate metabolism and immune response by working with the pituitary gland and adrenal gland to release certain steroids
  • gonadotropin-releasing hormone, which instructs the pituitary gland to release more hormones that keep the sexual organs working
  • oxytocin - a hormone involved in several processes, including the release of a mother’s breast milk, moderating body temperature, and regulating sleep cycles
  • prolactin-controlling hormones, which tell the pituitary gland to either start or stop breast milk production in lactating mothers
  • thyrotropin-releasing hormone activates the thyroid, which releases the hormones that regulate metabolism, energy levels, and developmental growth

The hypothalamus also directly influences growth hormones. It commands the pituitary gland to either increase or decrease their presence in the body, which is essential for both growing children and fully developed adults.


Brain glandular's contain "specific brain cell activators"[3] and have been used by Health Practitioner's for improving slowness of thought, loss of memory, uncontrolled mental activity and epilepsy.*[4,5]  Included in whole brain extract are neurotrophic factors that support the survival of existing neurons and encourage the growth of new neurons, as well as sphingomyelin, which plays a central role in the myelin sheath and cell signalling.*[3]

Sphingomyelin (SM)

The myelin content of the brain decreases with age and the age-related slowing in cognitive processing speed is associated with myelin integrity in a very healthy elderly population. Dietary bovine SM contributes to central nervous system (CNS) myelination. Sphingomyelin is also a source of choline. 

Phosphatidylcholine (PC)

Choline is an essential nutrient critically needed for synthesis of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine; important in brain functions, such as memory and mood, but also important in skeletal-muscle control, heart rate and breathing. Numerous animal studies demonstrate that choline is necessary for normal development of the memory function and sub-optimal dietary intake of choline by the pregnant mother and later by the infant and child directly affects brain development and results in permanent changes in brain function. Choline or its metabolites, are also needed for the structural integrity and signalling functions of cell membranes; it is the major source of methyl-groups in the diet (one of choline’s metabolites, betaine, participates in the methylation of homocysteine (HCy) to form methionine), and it directly affects cholinergic neurotransmission, transmembrane signaling and lipid transport/metabolism.

 Whole Brain Extact Contains:

  • Omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA)
  • Peptides and proteins found in brain tissue to promote neuron function
  • Glands found in the brain, such as the hypothalamus, pituitary and pineal gland
  • Sphingomyelin and phosphatidylserine: substances that have an effect on the transmission of messages in the nervous system
  • Beef liver is rich in B vitamins, iron, choline and folate, among other nutrients

Benefits:

  • 100% Australian Sourced and Made
  • Rich in omega 3 fatty acids, neurotrophic factors, brain-specific peptides and proteins and glandular extracts from the pituitary, hypothalamus and pineal glands
  • Provides sphingomyelin and phosphatidylserine for memory support and to aid cognitive function
  • Bovine liver is rich in B vitamins, iron, choline and folate, and more
  • B vitamins have a positive effect on the functioning of the nervous system
  • Iron contributes to retaining a clear mind
  • Lyophilized (freeze-dried) raw to preserve vitamins, minerals and cofactors
  • Does not contain pesticides, fillers or hormones; GMO-free

Nose to Tail Eating

While it may be a bit daunting for many people to eat organ meats, such meats were the highest rated in traditional cultures. For many hunter-gatherers, eating animal organs was a sacred thing! They believed that eating a healthy animal heart is good for a strong heart and that consuming an animal liver provides nutrition and strength to their own liver. It seems that this ancient wisdom was prescrived by Dr Royal Lee.

Organ therapy using supplements as well as eating according to the nose-to-tail principle have become increasingly popular. Animal organs are extremely rich in nutrients that are important for our body, including B vitamins, proteins and minerals. It is possible to prepare fresh meals with organ meats, but providing freeze dried powder in capsules make it even easier to take advantage of the health benefits of organ consumption. Effortlessly add organ meats to your diet -- every day.

Our nose-to-tail product line is always from grassfed animals gown in Australia with the cleanest soil and unique native grasses. Raised without the use of pesticides, hormones or antibiotics. Health & welfare of livestock in Australia is closely monitored with a world leading biosecurity system. Strict government licensing, inspection, auditing and certification procedures mean that our genuine Australian freeze dried products can be used with complete confidence in their origin, safety and efficacy. Freeze-drying technology and vacuum drying at low temperatures preserves the heat sensitive vitamins, minerals and co-factors of components, leaving the nutrients in the same balance as found in nature.

Grass Fed Whole Brain Extract (Ovine) 250 MG

  • Grass Fed Brain
  • Grass Fed Pituitary Gland
  • Grass Fed Hypothalamus Gland
  • Grass Fed Pineal Gland

Grass Fed Liver (Bovine) 250 MG

OTHER INGREDIENTS: Collagen, (Beef Gelatin) Capsules

SUGGESTED USE: Four capsules daily or as directed by a healthcare professional.

How do organ supplements work?

Your body requires essential amino acids to transform them through protein synthesis into nucleoproteins, antibodies, enzymes and tissue cells. Organ meats are an important source of essential amino acids, as well as other micronutrients, fatty acids, enzymes and cofactors that nourish and support our entire body. Organs also contain organ-specific nutrients that travel to the target organ in our body: the corresponding organ in the human body. The body seems to recognise the nutritional components in an animal organ and then transport them to the same organ in the human body thriving on this specific nutrient composition. Mother Nature has arranged it so that these substances end up exactly where your body needs them. By taking organ supplements, you ensure that your body and your organs can be supplied with essential micronutrients and bioactive substances. (Dr Thiel & Dr Royal Lee).

Backed by Science

Organs and glandular's were a staple of our early ancestors' diets as the ultimate superfood, for good reason. It turns out, this nourishing tradition is backed by science..."Radioisotope labelling studies in animals have shown conclusively that, when eaten, organs and glands selectively travel to the corresponding organs and glands in high concentrations. This research, done at the University of Scotland in Edinburgh, lends credence to the ancient practice of eating animal organs to help ensure health in one’s corresponding organs..."- Dr. Ron Schmid, ND.  Our early ancestors knew this, which is why their traditional diets included the frequent and nourishing consumption of nose-to-tail organs and glands.

Based on ancient and traditional wisdom of "like supports like." Consuming brain may strengthen and support our own brain * — Dr. Royal Lee et al.

Included in whole brain extracts are neurotrophic factors such as brain derived neurotrophic factor BDNF that supports the survival of existing neurons and encourages the growth of new neurons* — [3]

Included in whole brain extract is sphingomyelin which plays a central role in the myelin sheath and cell signalling and apoptosis. * —[5]

FDA STATEMENT*Any statements made on this website have not been evaluated by the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) or Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Product information and statements made are not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat or cure any disease.

REFERENCES

  1. Harrower HR. An Endocrine Handbook. Harrow Laboratory, Glendale, 1939
  2. “Bovine pituitary gland extract.” Bovine pituitary gland extract, www.doctorslounge.com/endocrinology/forums/backup/topic-12915.html. Accessed 27 Aug. 2017.
  3. Cenacchi T, et al. Cognitive decline in the elderly: a double-blind placebo-controlled multicenter study on the efficacy of phosphatidylserine administration. Aging Clin Exp Res 5:123-133, 1993.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4220811/
  4. Cunnane, SC, et al. “BRAIN FUEL METABOLISM, AGING AND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE.” Nutrition (Burbank, Los Angeles County, Calif.), U.S. National Library of Medicine, Jan. 2011, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3478067/. Accessed 27 Aug. 2017.
  5. “Sphingomyelin.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 11 Aug. 2017, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sphingomyelin. Accessed 27 Aug. 2017.

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