The Best Way To Feed Your Brain for Mental Health Care

The Best Way To Feed Your Brain for Mental Health Care

When we talk about our brain, we need to be aware that it's ALWAYS ON, even while we sleep, so it means you need to be feeding/refueling it constantly. What type of food would you feed it with? Well, if you have an expensive car, you don't use cheap fuel, do you? You want to always use the best premium one, this is the same thing you want to do with your brain.

What you eat affects how you feel and how you look, so you need to consume high-quality food, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Here's a list of high-quality foods that will make your brain work like a porch. Also, some natural supplements that will help with menthal clarity are: ashwagandha, maca, rhodiola, ginseng...

What type of food should you avoid if you want your brain to keep working at 100%? Well, you definitely must avoid refined sugars, just like pastries, sodas, candies, and ice cream... There are very good and healthy alternatives to those "foods" I mentioned. Click here to download a list of them.

You might be wondering "ok, but why are these refined sugar foods affecting my mental health?" Well, the answer is a bit nerdy but let me try to explain it in the easiest way possible:

When we eat the right food, our body produces serotonin, which is a neurotransmitter that helps regulate sleep and appetite, mediate moods, and inhibit pain. This is a very summarized version. You can learn more about the whole process here.

To summarize, you need to pay attention to what you eat to keep your brain healthy and in its best condition. As I mentioned before, you can get a free list of healthy foods and alternatives to junk food from here.

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Natashia- Certified Transformation and Nutrition Coach BN, worked as an RN in internal medicine for several years before becoming a full time stay home mom of four. In 2019, she lost her young husband to cancer. Now, penetrating the beauty industry, Natashia and her brand Mia Adora™ are on a mission to help make women’s beauty and wellness game easier. Read more

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