In this video we will show you what are the worst foods for your brain!
Have you ever heard of the book Change Your Brain, Change Your Life? In this book, psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen, founder of Amen Clinics, explains how to optimize your brain to reach your full potential.
Dr. Amen believes that as a psychiatrist, he should study the health of the brain, just as any specialist studies his or her organ of focus.
To do this, he says, it’s not necessary to know whether the patient is sleeping, exercising, or even getting enough sun.
What he really needs to know is how the patient eats. For Amen to treat the brain, you need to study the patient’s diet. Did you know that?
When we eat healthy, we strengthen our bodies and prevent many diseases and health conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and hypertension.
Did you know that the brain, just like any other organ, needs certain nutrients to reach its full potential?
For Dr. Amen, brain imagery illustrates that “mental health” really means “brain health.” Dr. Amen advises avoiding oxalate, lectin and solanine if you want good mental health.
Have you heard these names before? They’re known as anti-nutrients and are found in many foods that we’ll explore in this video!
0:05 Bad foods for the brain
1:32 How oxalates can affect the brain
2:04 Health hazards of lectins
3:15 Health hazards of solanine
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