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  • Beat brain fog by snacking on these four foods!
  • “We live in a world where we breathe in chemicals, smoke and toxins (just to name a few), which we have no control over,” says Stacey Roberts-Davis, a registered dietitian based in Florida in the United States. “We also eat foods with pesticides and chemicals, and have allergies to foods we don't even realise. All of these things can affect the way we think and how our bodies work,” ad... ››› more
  • [06 December 2017]
  • Five common causes of brain fog
  • Brain fog, also known as brain fatigue, can be a mild to serious episode of mental confusion characterised by symptoms such as forgetfulness, poor memory recall, lack of focus and mental clarity, and reduced mental acuity. Brain fog can strike at any time without warning. In the long term, it can take a serious toll on both your personal and professional life. In order to put brain fog to an en... ››› more
  • [27 September 2017]
  • Ten golden rules to make sure your diet is maximising your brain health
  • Want to tune up your brain to prevent memory loss and dementia? Your diet plan is the perfect place to start! Read on for ten essential guidelines to follow to ensure that the food you're eating and supplements you're taking are supporting your mental health. Ten diet tips for optimal brain health #1: Avoid sugars Sugars come hidden in many different foods, include cakes, confectionary and... ››› more
  • [10 November 2016]
  • Calm your nerves and transform your mood with these four amazing essential oils
  • Smell is an amazing sense. It has the power to ease your tension, boost your mental clarity and lift your mood. This is because smells travel through your nose, up into your brain and trigger the release serotonin and endorphins, your “happy hormones”. The next time you're feeling tired, foggy or stressed out, a whiff of essential oil will do the trick! Read on for four top essentials oils ... ››› more
  • [19 August 2016]
  • Is your body crying out for more protein?
  • As you probably already know, protein is essential for living organisms. It gives us energy, helps our bodies recover, and keeps our tummies satisfied. Protein is composed of long-chain amino acids, which are the building blocks of muscle. Your body produces 11 amino acids and the others—the 9 so-called essential amino acids—you must consume from food. Interesting, right? So how would yo... ››› more
  • [04 April 2016]
  • Warning: “Fuzzy thinking” could be a sign of depression and bipolar
  • Can't remember where you put your keys or what you were about to say? Ever walk into a room and wonder why you're there? Chances are it's not the early stages of Alzheimer's. But “fuzzy thinking” and confusion like this could mean something else… A new study conducted by researchers from the University of Michigan has uncovered that this type of thinking is very common among people ... ››› more
  • [19 May 2015]
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