Foods and Supplements for Brain Health – Nutrition and the Brain
Our workshop topic this month is “Reclaim Your Healthy Brain”. Three of the items Clinical Nutritionists, Heidi Hoffman and Jeannie Gorman will be focusing on for this class are:
– Discovering the missing key nutrients in your diet
– Learning about the KEY Neuro-inflammation blood work markers
Doing a nutritional cleanse, and other holistic wellness practices are not a cure for disease, or a replacement for medical care. However, you have an opportunity to take a little more responsibility for your health, and do something proactive to create a vibrant, healthy, inner-environment for your body to thrive. With that, before making any substantial changes to your diet, it is a good idea to check with your doctor or licensed health care professional.
2 inches fresh turmeric
1 inch fresh ginger
3-4 black pepper corns
25ml lemon juice (approx. juice of one small lemon)
½ tsp honey or a few drops of Stevia
1 cup water
Place all the ingredients in a high speed blender and blend together until everything is liquified.
Pour into a glass and enjoy. Or, place in jar
Dr. Maeda's position is that most of the beneficial natural ingredients found in his immune boosting soup are often lost in other forms of food preparation.
This soup is very easy to make and can be stored in the refrigerator. The ingredients and preparation are listed below so you can try this recipe out yourself.
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Individuals can develop allergies, or they can inherit them. Learn how you can overcome allergies that can lead to chronic illness.
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More and more Americans complain that they suffer some sort of fatigue. It may range from needing a nap mid-day to symptoms more severe like chronic fatigue. Fatigue is frustrating and can be debilitating. For some people they have to push through every day. For these same people, at the end of each long and exhausting day, sleep is yet another challenge. Oddly, for many people the more exhausted they are during the day, the worse sleep at night. After a restless night of tossing and turning, the cycle begins again as the sun arises.
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