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More information depth and perception with our brain in the future

Our NEURONprocessor software is based on the basic research “Symbolic Systems Program” of Stanford University. We have now extended this to include the research results of the diploma thesis “Morphic Fields of Orientation? An empirical study” by the graduate psychologist Uwe E. Volk, who now also enriches our institute team. Thus the NEURONprocessor offers in the future an even more focussed access to the deeper information levels of the brain – while at the same time intensifying its perception (* morphic / associative resonance).

 

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We renamed our institute to „Institute for Brain & Future Research“

We renamed our institute to “Institute for Brain & Future Research”. We revert to our roots when we started in 1996 as the almost equal-named “ISFR – Institute for Brain Research, Science & Future Research”. On the basis of its basic research results, we have developed our software / apps as a company in recent years.

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Why Fish Intake by Pregnant Women Improves the Growth of a Child’s Brain

Take your lady to the sushi bar – especially when a new family member is on its way. Now scientifically proven:


Researchers at Tohoku University’s School of Medicine have found an explanation for the correlation between eating fish during pregnancy, and the health of the baby’s brain.

Dietary lipid contains fatty acids such as omega-6 and omega-3, which are essential nutrients for many animals and humans. The research group, led by Professor Noriko Osumi, found that a balanced intake of lipids by pregnant women is necessary for the normal brain formation of the unborn child.

In an animal study, the researchers noticed that when female mice were fed an omega-6-rich/omega-3-poor diet, their offsprings were born with a smaller brain and showed abnormal emotional behavior in adulthood.

This is significant because people in many countries these days have similarly poor dietary patterns and tend to consume more seed oils that are rich in omega-6 fatty acids and less fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids.

 

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http://www.tohoku.ac.jp/en/news/research/fish_intake_by_pregnant_women.html

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