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How to Cleanse the Brain With Nutrition

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author image Simon Stirling
Simon Stirling is a self-taught British writer who started writing professionally in 1999. Stirling began in technology titles and was initially published in "Amiga Format" magazine and on visualize-software.com, but nowadays focuses primarily on health-related topics.
How to Cleanse the Brain With Nutrition
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Mental clarity is an aspect of health that has benefits in absolutely all areas of life. Whether at home or work, and to be either alone or in the company of others; being able to think clearly is of vital importance—no matter what the situation. Unfortunately, consuming a poor diet may well create a real decline in this area. Failing to eat, drink and take supplements daily which bolster our state of mind will lead to cloudy judgment for a lot of people. Cleansing the brain with nutrition is thankfully quite easy to achieve.

Step 1

Take a fish oil capsule each day. Dietary supplements of this nature are excellent wholly natural sources of the Omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. These nutrients are pivotal in nourishing the brain, which works to normalize its functioning. Julian E. Bailes M.D. of West Virginia University School of Medicine states, “DHA is safe, affordable, and readily available worldwide to potentially reduce the burden of traumatic brain injury.”

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Step 2

Eat as much fresh fruit as possible. No other natural foodstuff holds more vitamins, minerals and amino acids than what high quality organic fruits do. Most constituents of the amino acid collective play pivotal roles in fueling mental processes. By nature, all fruits contain over 50 percent content of essential and non-essential amino acids.

Step 3

Drink plenty of pure water. This is more abundant in brain tissue than any other substance, by a significant margin. Simply get into the habit of replacing other drinks with water whenever possible. According to the website of the U.S. Geological Survey, “Water is of major importance to all living things; in some organisms, up to 90 percent of their body weight comes from water. Up to 60 percent of the human body is water, the brain is composed of 70 percent water, and the lungs are nearly 90 percent water.”

Step 4

Avoid caffeine-based drinks. Strong coffee and stimulatory energy drink items are usually potent sources of this substance. One of the unfortunate side-effects of caffeine consumption—especially when drank on a continuous basis—is dehydration. It’s even more necessary to place importance on avoiding this when attempting to fully cleanse the brain than normal.

Step 5

Consult your doctor. The mind is a complex assemblage of different components and is by far the most important part of human physiology. Although many general steps can be taken to improve its efficiency, a significant nutritional imbalance may well be at the root of your minds substandard functioning. The only true way to assess exactly what this problem might be is to be tested, and then act upon the results of this examination accordingly.

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