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Brain Fog

6 Foods That Clear Your Mind

Posted June 7, 2013

While on my own personal journey to learn more about the pros and cons of consuming gluten, I ran across a common theme: clouding of the mind, also known conventionally as mental fog or “brain fog,” due to the consumption of foods containing gluten. Conversely, I found that many who were omitting gluten from their diets, either voluntarily or on a physician’s recommendation, noted improvements in memory and mental clarity.

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How to reduce brain fatigue easily and naturally

Posted March 28, 2013

Just as our bodies can become fatigued and sore when overworked, so too can our brains, resulting in a condition known as brain fatigue. Brain fatigue can lead to an inability to focus properly on daily tasks that may cause us to make mistakes.

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Supercharge your brain with sunshine

Posted March 26, 2013

Researchers believe that vitamin D3 acts to protect an aging brain and boost overall memory and cognitive function. This is thought to be done by increasing levels of protective antioxidants, increasing key hormones and suppressing a hyperactive immune system that can inflame the neurological circuitry. Sun charge your brain for maximal cognitive function. The sun provides our body with essential stress through its UV radiation.

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Beat Brain Fog With These 6 Foods For Clearer Thinking

Posted January 15, 2013

While on my own personal journey to learn more about the pros and cons of consuming gluten, I ran across a common theme: clouding of the mind, also known conventionally as mental fog or “brain fog,” due to the consumption of foods containing gluten. Conversely, I found that many who were omitting gluten from their diets, either voluntarily or on a physician’s recommendation, noted improvements in memory and mental clarity.

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5 daily strategies to boost brain health

Posted August 30, 2012

Brain fog. Fuzzy thinking. Call it what you will, but even the healthiest among us experience “senior moments” from time to time. Age-related thinning of our neurons and synaptic connections may be the reason two-thirds of people experience some mental decline by age 40. One in eight people age 65 and older will eventually develop Alzheimer’s disease. Here’s the good news: Your brain is not destined to break down permanently as you age.

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Citicoline Improves Focus, Inhibition in Women

Posted June 22, 2012

Healthy, middle-aged women taking supplements of citicoline, a naturally occurring brain health nutrient, saw improved attentional focus and inhibition, according to a peer-reviewed study conducted by University of Utah scientists. The study was published in Food and Nutrition Sciences.

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Research Shows Breakfast is Still the Most Important Meal of the Day

Posted April 30, 2012

Research performed by the National Dairy Council has found that breakfast does more than just ease hunger. With the new school year around the corner, studies show that breakfast improves memory retention, performance at school and attendance rates.

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