5 Types of Foods That Can Make You ‘Tired and Stressed’

While many conscientious eaters think constantly about the food we’re eating — how it will affect our hearts, the environment and most of all, our waistlines — we rarely think about its impact on our brains, mood and energy levels. But the gut and the brain are in constant two-way communication, and the health of one directly influences the health of the other.


More specifically, when inflammation is present in the gut, less energy is available to the brain and body. That’s because low-grade inflammation flips off a metabolic switch in the chemical pathway that produces energy.


The result is not only lower energy but an increase in free radicals that damage brain tissue.


Watch video:

🔔 SUBSCRIBE to this channel and turn on the notifications!

CLICK HERE 👉 https://bit.ly/3zj2yS1

Postingan populer dari blog ini

23 Of The World's Best Sandwiches, Which One Do You Like?

38 Smart Questions to Ask in a Job Interview, Online Interview