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Hi Friends,

Do you ever feel like your head is in a cloud?  Have you noticed trouble thinking clearly, processing information, or remembering certain words?  These are symptoms of brain
🧠 fog, which is a very common problem that affects people of all ages.

I’m excited to announce the completion of my latest video, all about BRAIN FOG!  The good news is that brain fog is treatable, once we address the root cause.  Being able to think clearly again is like having a light bulb 
💡 go on in your brain!

Common Root Causes of Brain Fog Include:
1) Dehydration
2) Electrolyte Abnormalities
3) Inflammatory Foods
4) Food Allergies and Sensitivities
5) Constipation
6) Inflammation in the Gut (Leaky Gut)
7) Disruption of the Gut Microbiome
8) Blood Sugar Imbalances
9) Hypothyroidism
10) Autoimmune Diseases
11) Viruses and Post-COVID Brain Fog
12) Environmental toxins
13) Hormonal Shifts
14) Chronic Stress and High Cortisol
15) Pharmaceutical Medications
16) Alcohol
17) Environmental Toxins

We’re all familiar with Leaky Gut, but have you heard of Leaky Brain 
🧠?  Learn how the Gut and Brain are connected, through the Gut-Brain Axis!  Why is the Gut referred to as the 2nd Brain?  Learn why healing the gut is paramount to clearing up brain fog.

How can you clear up brain fog by making changes in your diet and lifestyle?  What are the best brain-boosting foods?  Which supplements are the most important for your brain?

Hear an interesting case example of a patient named Brenda, who cleared up her brain fog by addressing the root causes.

One of my favorite brain-boosting meals is baked wild salmon with vegetables for dinner.  The recipe below 
⬇️ is super quick and easy to make, and quite flavorful!  It’s a great anti-inflammatory meal full of omega 3 fatty acids, quality protein, fiber, and antioxidants for optimal mental clarity!

Hope you enjoy the video and please share it with your friends and family.  As always, I look forward to reading all your questions and comments!

Wishing you all great health,

Rajsree Nambudripad, MD