From Dr. Mark Hyman, Author of Eat Fat, Get Thin
What leads to a broken brain? Most of us never learn how to manage our energy and bodies. Instead, we use drugs like sugar, caffeine and alcohol to self-medicate and manage our energy and moods. We don’t connect our behaviors and choices with how we feel. The key insight is that your brain is an organ that’s connected to everything else that is happening in your body.
It is not just some object sitting on the top of your shoulders. Fixing your brain starts with fixing your body. Optimizing all the inputs and taking out the bad influences. The brain is resilient and can recover and heal when given the right conditions. Scroll through above for the foods that can help your brain heal!
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