Enhancing brain power and cognitive performance
We are what we think. But in our stressful daily life, it is often not easy to keep body and mind fit. It is advisable to take preventive measures when we are young, so that our cogntitive performance does not decrease.
Brain food omega 3
Fatty acids are essential for our organism. In particular the omega 3 fatty acid is attributed various health-promoting effects and it plays a key role in cardiac health. But also our brain is dependent on the precious omega 3 fatty acid, which our body cannot produce and that thus has to be ingested via a balanced diet. Important sources of omega 3 are first and foremost coldwater fish, but also various oils, such as rapeseed oil, linseed oil and walnut oil. You find products for the supplementation with omega 3 fatty acids in our web shop and our Biogena stores.
Eat yourself smart
Concentration and mental performance are closely linked to our diet. Those who eat smart can significantly enhance cognitive performance, brain power and memory.
Omega 3 salad
This fresh spring salad is easily prepared and tastes delicious. Already one teaspoon of our Omega-3 liquid contributes significantly to maintaining your performance and wellbeing.
Brain breakfast DELUXE
Our amaranth waffles do not only taste delicious, they also increase our cognitive performance. In the latest edition of Panorama, you find the recipe to our fantastic brain breakfast DELUXE.
Dementia and Alzheimer's disease - research
The age-related prostration of cognitive capabilities such as thinking, perceiving, recognising and remembering can have many causes. Prof. Konrad Beyreuther, internationally renowned Alzheimer's researcher and founding director of the Netzwerk Alternsforschung (NAR) at the University of Heidelberg, discovered the Amyloid-precursor-protein (APP), a protein which he identified as possible origin of Alzheimer's disease.
Alzheimer's – our eternal companion
In an interview with Gehirn & Geist from 2012, Prof. Konrad Beyreuther talks about ageing and age-related mental prostration processes.
Lest we forget
Dementia is on the rise worldwide. Researchers have made great progress towards dementia prevention in the last years.
60 seconds knowledge
Prof. Konrad Beyreuther, founding director of the "Netzwerk AlternsfoRschung" at the university of Heidelberg, talks about Alzheimer's.