Brain Mutations and Aging

Recent scientific evidence suggests that the brain is just as susceptible to cancer and dementia causing mutations as any other tissue. Why would this be a big deal you might ask.

Well the brain (and the heart) are referred to as “post mitotic” tissue which means they do not divide once they are matured.

Simply put according to traditional science- “You got what You got for most of Your life!”

The mutation is usually associated with cell division and if the cell division rate is either lower or in the purported case of the brain, non existent, there should be almost no mutations- no dementia and no brain cancer.

Now I am not a big believer in the “brain that can’t regenerate” stuff but there is no question that under normal circumstances there is very little division in the thinking parts of your brain.

They can however grow a bit, repair a bit more and learn through out your life especially if they have a little help.

That help comes from me in the form of Brain Force One today only on special holiday sale price with free shipping in the U.S.

You’ll want all the help you can get because believe me age is not kind to the aging brain.

Ok back to the science- where do those mutations come from.

Supposedly they come from “clonal expansion” where certain cells that have those nasty mutations get amplified and become more prominent citizens in your brain’s population.

The answer to that is to make sure the healthy cells stay that way and have a competitive advantage.

Once again Brain Force One is a force to be reckoned with.

Here’s to getting chronologically older, biologically younger and over all smarter than ever!

Doc

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