Eating habits determine how the brain works and how a person will feel, and 80% of the brain is made of water, which is why it is important to bring sufficient amounts of water into the body. A little dehydration can cause the release of stress hormones while long-term dehydration can damage the brain.
Therefore, it is important to bring in 2 liters of water per day. It is best to always choose only water that you can flavor with the help of oranges or lemons, because it is important that it be natural and that the beverage does not contain additives that are by no means desirable.
It is also necessary to limit your calorie intake because who eats less lives longer. It is necessary to bring in less than 1,800 calories a day, and it is best to eat small, healthy and whole.
It is necessary to reduce the intake of bad fats and increase the intake of good fats, which means that preference should be given to nuts containing omega 3 fatty acids.
It is good to consume foods that are rich in antioxidants found in vegetables and fruits that cleanse the brain and release it from accumulated free radicals.
Beta carotene and vitamin C are the most active antioxidants, and citrus, tomato and green vegetables are a great source. In addition to these, there are foods that are of great importance when it comes to antioxidants, such as avocados, red peppers, wild fruits and broccoli.
To ensure the intake of various nutrients, it is necessary to eat multicolored vegetables and fruits, which is the golden rule. The most important meal of the day is breakfast, which is important to eat slowly.
Recommended foods are those that do not create extra mucus in the body, have various healing properties, are easy to digest and speed up metabolism. These are legumes, healthy fats, herbs and spices, barley malt, honey, licorice or stevia, soy, goat, oat and rice milk, whole grains, sprouts, seeds, unroasted nuts, apple vinegar, water, apple vinegar, water white fish.
Foods that should be moderately consumed or completely avoided are alcohol, refined sugar, fat and red meat, industrial juices, caffeine, salt, dairy products and cow's milk, processed and finished foods. Such foods further deplete the body and abound in proteins, additives, carbohydrates and preservatives that accumulate in the body as toxin and excess.
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