What is Melanin?
Melanin is a Carbon based Bio-Chemical found in all of Nature. Melanin exists deeply in the body as well as the surface of the skin. It is responsible for pigment which causes skin to be Black, Brown, Red & Yellow.
Melanin is one of the Chemical Keys of Life. It is found in the brain and is responsible for nerve
transmission. Melanin circulating in the brain give eyes their Black & Brown Color, It Allows one to see
the full spectrum of Colors, Taste the full flavors of food and hear the full range of sounds.
Races of people are classified by the amount of melanin in their pineal gland, which is responsible for Melanin production in the entire body. Melanin in its purest form is “jet” or "crystal black" and is a powerhouse for absorbing and storing all forms of energy – including all UV light,
Sound, Radiation, Gamma, Microwave, X-Ray & Radio waves.
The reason melanin shows up black is because the chemical structure will not allow any type of energy to escape. The more energy that is absorbed the darker the melanin becomes, and therefore the darker the pigmentation.
1. Eat a Healthy & Well Balanced Diet ♥
You might be surprised to learn that the food you eat plays a huge role in your mood! Its key to eat foods that enrich your
body and support your neurotransmitters. Which are your brains messengers that control your mood. energy levels &
several other functions within the body. A 2009 study published in the British Journal of Psychiatry examined the association between dietary patterns and depression. There were 3,486 participants who fell into one or 2 categories. The first was those who ate a whole food diet, heavily loaded with vegetables. Fruits & Fish. Second was those who ate processed food. These foods included sweetened desserts, fried food, processed meats, refined grains & high fat
dairy products. After 5 years.
The participants were accessed. Researchers found that those who stuck to the whole food dietary pattern had lower odds of depression. In contrast, high consumption of processed food was associated with an
increased risk of developing depression. Eating healthy, healing foods can be transformative ♥
Solutions ♥ Omega 3’s
One of the most important components of your diet in order to prevent or treat mood disorders is omega-3 foods. Your brain lipids are actually composed of fatty acids. Of those fatty acids, 33 percent belong to the omega-3 family. That means that you need to eat omega-3s in order for your brain to function properly. Omega-3s benefit the brain by promoting communication processes and reducing inflammation. The best omega-3 foods include wild-caught fish like salmon, mackerel, tuna, herring and white fish, walnuts, chia seeds, flaxseeds, natto and egg yolks.
• Fruits & Vegetables: A diet high in fruits and vegetables increases your intake of vital nutrients that support your mood. Fruits and veggies high in folate, for example, promote the brain’s metabolic processes and research shows that a folate deficiency can lead to depressive symptoms. Some of the top folate foods include spinach, asparagus, avocado, beets and broccoli.
• Healthy fats: Healthy fats provide important vitamins and minerals that boost energy levels and mood. Plus, eating
healthy fats helps to prevent free radical damage that may be associated with depression. But it’s important tounderstand that not all fats are created equal. In fact, research shows that there’s a detrimental relationship
between consuming trans fats (like hydrogenated oils) and depression risk. Stick to eating healthy fats such as avocados, grass-fed butter, coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil and omega-3s found in walnuts and flaxseeds.