My brain is improving so much that I feel like I am taking my head out of the sand and I am taking more responsibility to eat better. I have been upping my doses of nutritious foods as part of really pushing to heal my brain.
The case studies with turmeric and Alzheimer’s really inspired me today.
Honestly, I was inspired by the Paleo doctor Terry Wahls speaking on Plant Based Science London.
She was talking about how she went off grains and legumes and dairy, but that going off of those didn’t do anything. She ended up in a wheelchair within a year and spent years in one on that diet, but after that she started eating large amounts of vegetables.
3 cups of leafy greens and 3 cups of cruciferous and 3 cups of deeply pigmented fruits and vegetables like blueberries.
Her story is obviously a famous one and she also made sure she was getting other nutrition, but soon she went from not even being able to hold her body in a wheel chair to being able to bike 10 miles and the biggest change she made was the vegetables.
I found other videos on improving brain function with blueberries and concord grapes and leafy greens and beets and nuts.
I just am determined to heal my brain. The Theta aimed at the amygdala and hippocampus seems to be useful.
I haven’t gotten the rhythm of all of that yet, but I am doing this.
I say it for all the people who come here. Watching the video on the treating Alzheimer’s with turmeric, I had a lot of the issues. I failed the Alzheimer’s left nostril peanut butter test and know that I have risk factors, but the more I pack on the nutrition with things like Broccoli sprouts and turmeric and blueberries and beets and leafy greens and other super foods, the better my brain is getting.
I feel like if you asked me which was working the ICES or the foods, I would say that it was equally matched. I have had time periods where I used the ICES without the foods and times where I used the foods without the ICES and the most improvements I have had are when I am using both.