You know how important eating the right foods is to your health. But so is the timing of your meals. Intermittent fasting (IF) can lead to some major health benefits. But before you get scared off by the idea of “fasting,” there are some important things you should know. Not to mention the fact that it isn’t nearly as painful or difficult as you probably imagine.
It’s an all-star herb of Chinese medicine.
It’s the 2,000 year-old secret to invigorating and cleansing the blood. Healers have used ginseng as a treatment for ailments ranging from hypertension to halitosis. Some people swear by it. Others dismiss it as snake oil. But there’s solid research to back up the health benefits of ginseng.
Here are five great reasons to try ginseng.
In normal amounts, copper is good for you. It supports soft tissue strength and blood volume. But too much can be dangerous…
If it builds up, it will make its way to your brain. Once there, it leads to brain toxicity and, ultimately, Alzheimer’s disease (AD).1 But even before that it can do plenty of damage. Too much causes panic attacks, migraines, brain fog, and insomnia.
Suffering from Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is not a guaranteed condition of getting older.
To keep your brain sharp you have to change the lifestyle factors that raise your risk for mental decline. Inactivity, obesity, a high carbohydrate diet, and poor sleep habits are just a few things that damage your brain functions.
Imagine going from a brain age of 60 to the age of only 48.
In just a few short months, you’ll be recalling names and places better. You’ll remember where you left your stuff.
You are what you eat.
Just as your body needs food to function, so does your brain. But it has to be the right kind. These five brain foods will get the blood flowing and help keep you smart, sharp, and alert.