If asked what they can do to protect their memory and make their brain work well, most people think of the kinds of food they eat, nutritional supplements they take, exercise they get, and maybe controlling the stress in their lives. But very few think of a common item in their house that might play a part in boosting their brain power... it's not microwave ovens. cell phones or TVs....
Statistics say close to 40% of all Americans suffer from this problem at least once a month, and nearly 50% of pregnant women suffer with it in `their third trimester. Unfortunately, common Other-the-Counter (OTC) medications used for it, have been linked to heart attacks, fractures, infections, and more.
Some of the foods you — and nearly everyone else — are eating, harm your brain in terms of memory issues, and also in its ability to learn. That was the conclusion of a UCLA study published in the Journal of Physiology that found a diet high in this substance over time can lead to impaired memory and impaired ability to learn. But that's not the end of it. It can also cause insulin resistance over time...
Recent research has found that partaking in this enjoyable activity, is as big a benefit to your health as quitting smoking is to those who smoke! Sounds like big benefits to us! It has a positive benefit on your immune system (even fewer colds and flu!!), it helps people deal with stress better. It has heart benefits and more.
People who don't get enough of this essential item are putting themselves at risk for a huge number of health problems... far more than most people imagine. But there are ways to easily boost the amount you get of this. And there are foods that can help...if you eat them at the right times.
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