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Re: BDNF - how do you raise your levels?Article

Posted by linkadge on January 10, 2007, at 21:34:08

In reply to Re: BDNF - how do you raise your levels?Article linkadge, posted by Jimmyboy on January 10, 2007, at 21:14:43

NT-3, exercise and vitamin D. Probably lots of other things.

Exercise increases a *number* of growth factors. GAP-43, BDNF, NGF, GDNF, NT-3, FGF-2, probably more.


Fasting. I think periodic fasting, ie meal skiping can do something.

I don't think you need to starve yourself, and it may not be a good idea if you are underweight.

I know there is some information on the topic under research done for treatments for Huntingons disease. I know that fasting can forstall or slow the progression of a number of neurodegenertive illnesses.

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