spermidineLIFE®Memory+ supports cell renewaland brain cells3,5 with the innovative combination of
natural wheat germ extract with high spermidine content,
saffron extract and
spermidineLIFE®Memory+, due to the ingredients iron, zinc and thiamine, provides support for normal cognitive function and contributes to normal mental function and mental performance.3,5 The contained nutrients thiamine and iron additionally contribute to a reduction of fatigue and fatigue.3,6
With this innovative 2-step combination, spermidineLIFE®Memory+ optimally supports your brain cells:
The Brahmi plant, which is also known as small fat leaf or botanically as Bacopa monnieri, originally comes from the South Asian region. There it has been of great importance in Ayurvedic teachings for centuries. The ingredients brahmin, bacasoids A and B, and flavonoids are also the reason for the growing interest of science in this plant. Brahmi is also called memory plant in the Asian region.
Saffron is also commonly known as "red gold". Until the 18th century, saffron was considered a medicinal plant and was used as an ointment, medicinal plaster and balsam. In Indian and Persian medicine, on the other hand, saffron has been used for a long time to treat moods. Even today, the saffron plant is appreciated worldwide for its potential, not least by science. In the last 10 years, more than 1,300 scientific studies have been published which show that saffron has a balancing effect on the nerves, mood and mind.
The role of the cell in the brain.
The brain is part of the nervous system and is connected to the entire body via various nerve tracts.
the entire body.
A network of billions of nerve cells.
100 billion nerve cells, also called neurons, are responsible for our
daily thinking, acting and controlling all bodily functions. Our feelings and memories are also at home there.
Only a few years ago, scientists discovered that new neurons are also generated in the human brain after birth.
nerve cells are formed in the human brain. Around 1,400 new cells are created in the hippocampus every day. This is located in the
inside the brain and coordinates memories and also learning ability.
Around one third of all brain cells are replaced in the course of a lifetime.
exchanged over the course of a lifetime. However, as we age, more cells in the brain die than new ones are formed. Brain cells and their
connections die and the brain mass decreases. Also, due to the run-up in metabolism in the
metabolism in the brain, which can pose a risk to the function of the brain and should be disposed of regularly.
should be disposed of regularly. Since the discovery of cell renewal or
Since the discovery of cell renewal or autophagy, various studies have been carried out by many cell researchers.
The control center of our thinking.
Our "gray" cells determine what makes our brain tick. They are tiny and perform
enormous amount of work. Thanks to their specialized properties, they are able to communicate with each other and actively shape our lives.
actively shape our lives. A distinction is made here between neurons and glial cells.
These tiny elongated
nerve cells are responsible for the
function of our nervous system. They receive impulses from our sensory organs, transmit them to the brain and process them.
and process them. Then the signals are transmitted to the organs and the body periphery. They are responsible for
the reception, processing, and transmission of nerve impulses, and consist of three
main elements: Cell body with the nucleus, dendrites and axons. Via the axons they are connected to each other by synapses.
with each other.
The glial cells not only form a
support for our nerve cells, but also ensure their electrical insulation through their sheathing.
electrical insulation. In addition, they are significantly involved in the transport of substances and
fluid exchange and, together with other cells
maintain homeostasis in the brain together with other cells. They play a major role in the process of
information processing, storage and transmission.
Can I provide additional support for my brain cells?
We all want to stay physically and especially mentally fit as we age. But unfortunately we do far too seldom actively contribute to the optimal support of our brain cells. There are various ways to support our brain cells, our emotional state and our mental performance in a natural way in our everyday life.
The 6 pillars of healthy brain cells
Keeping brain cells on task in a healthy way.
Physical exercise - we all learned it from our parents and grandparents - is good for us. And it's good for our brain cells, too! Because when you exercise, blood flow to the brain is boosted and the oxygen supply to the brain increases by 30%. When more oxygen reaches the gray cells, they also get more nutrients. Not only that, regular exercise also ensures that fat deposits between brain cells are broken down, allowing nerve impulses to flow between the billions of cells without obstruction. All of this leads to more concentrated and creative thinking.
Not only physical activity, but also mental activity plays a major role in keeping our brain cells healthy. This can also be easily integrated into everyday life. Solve a Sudoku or other logic puzzle every day, or play memory games with your grandchildren from time to time. But you can also train your brain at work: For example, by using the computer mouse with the other hand. These little tricks can be worthwhile, because scientific studies show that a brain that is regularly exercised is less susceptible to Alzheimer's dementia.
Our brain cells work all day, around the clock, even when we sleep. So it makes sense that they need a vacation, too. Relaxation is good for our brain cells. Relaxation can look different for each person. Whether it's meditation to regain mental calm, an exciting book to escape the real world for a little while, or something we simply enjoy doing. Our brain cells generate positive thoughts and emotions during activities that we enjoy, which then in turn act as an amplifier for remembering and thus our memory performance.
Scientists have found out: Social contact has a direct effect on our brain structure. For example, they have found that the brain matter in some regions is better preserved in people who have a great deal of social involvement than people who have rather little social contact. This could be because humans are social creatures - and that sense of belonging is comparable to hunger and thirst. Of course, this may vary for each person, but the study's findings remain: Greater social involvement is good for our brain cells and keeps us mentally fit.
Stress is bad for our brain cells - not surprisingly. But why? In fact, we need to distinguish between short-term stress and long-term stress. Short-lived episodes of stress can be mentally stimulating, but chronic stress can shrink the regions of our brain responsible for our memory. Our ability to concentrate can also suffer. So to best support our brains, we should first recognize chronic stressors - and then find ways to avoid them.
We probably all know how important restful sleep is for our performance. We've all stayed awake one night or another and noticed that we were anything but our smartest selves the next day. But what is the reason for this? During sleep, the brain stores all the memories from our short-term memory into long-term memory. It also eliminates superfluous connections between neurons to make room for new memories and new knowledge. So if you oversleep for once, you don't have to fret quite so much, because at least this has supported your brain cells.
The "blue solution" for gray cells.
Nahrungsergänzungsmittel aus Weizenkeimextrakt mit hohem Spermidingehalt, Brahmiextrakt, Safranextrakt, Eisen, Zink und Vitamin B1
Weizenkeimextrakt mit hohem Spermidingehalt. Kapselhülle: Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose. Brahmiextrakt. Zinkgluconat. Trennmittel: Magnesiumsalze der Speisefettsäuren. Safranextrakt. Eisenbisglycinat. Färbendes Lebensmittel: Spirulina-Apfelkonzentrat. Thiaminhydrochlorid
Zusammensetzung pro empfohlener Tagesdosis
Thiamin (Vitamin B1)
* Referenzmenge für die tägliche Zufuhr nach EU-Lebensmittelinformationsverordnung (LMIV)
2 Kapseln täglich mit Flüssigkeit zu einer Mahlzeit verzehren. Bei Müdigkeit und Erschöpfung wird die doppelte Tagesdosis (4 Kapseln) empfohlen. Die angegebene tägliche Verzehrmenge darf nicht überschritten werden.