August 3, 2020
👉🏽STOP FOCUSING ON JUST OMEGA 3s. THIS IS WHAT ELSE IS FOUND IN SEAFOOD…
❇️THE HIDDEN COMPOUND IS CALLED:
📚WHAT IS PARVALBUMIN?
Parvalbumin (PV) is a protein found in fish, that may explain the benefits of fish that we are unable to obtain from Omega 3 supplementation (Permyakov et al., 2017).
✅WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF PARVALBUMIN?
-Reduces Neuroinflammation (Cardis et al., 2018).
-Combats Parkinson Disease (Werner et al., 2018).
-May reduce autism symptoms (Wohr et al., 2015).
-Regulates electrolyte balance & bone density (Belge et al., 2007).
-Required to FEEL stimulants (Wang et al., 2017).
-Regulates pain and fear (Lucas et al., 2016).
-Modulates anxiety (Zaletel et al., 2016).
🌊SEAFOOD MAY HELP ACHIEVE THE FLOW STATE:
An area of the brain responsible for sensory information is covered by Parvalbumin (PV)-positive neurons, which when activated can send GABA-mediated inhibitory projections to the RTN. Activating PV in the RTN may help put you in the "flow state". (Albéri et al., 2013).
Eat your (clean) seafood! It appears that Parvalbumin can represent a potent strategy for enhancing the human condition.
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