Do you think eating the right food will help you avoid burnout?
Proper nutrition is essential for optimal brain health and cognitive performance. You can do a few simple things to ensure you’re getting the nutrients your brain needs.
Would you like to learn practical tips for keeping your mind nourished in order to avoid burnout?
In this program, our guest, Jennifer Taman shares what food to eat to optimize your brain health.
Jennifer is a former cancer immunotherapy researcher turned whole food advocate. Through her Health Food Agency, she loves to help others understand how to prevent disease and feel good now, while providing simple yet effective programs and solutions, focusing on getting more fruits and vegetables into their diets.
Check out this video so you can apply the proper ways how to enhance your brain function so you can avoid burnout.
In this interview, you will learn:
00:00 min – Introduction
02:17 min – Importance of brain health to Jennifer
03:32 min – Life changes of Jennifer
04:39 min – Tools that helped Jennifer to optimize cognitive performance
08: 12 min – How the gut health is associated with brain health
13:35 min – Tools to improve cognition
17:01 min – How does processed food cause fogginess
22:41 min – Difficulties of Jennifer
26:50 min – Connect with Jennifer (epicforcehealth.com) To get your FREE resource (Gluten Free with Jen Fiore), SIGN UP at https://bit.ly/HHMGSU
So let me share some of my favorite lines from this interview:
“Life has seasons and it has ups and downs. But when you can have a better sense of peace and well-being in your side, your own mind and own brain, that you’re doing what you need to do to support yourself, it just takes that much stress off your brain.. ” – Jennifer Tamman “If I tell people to focus on three things for mental health, it would be food, sleep and exercise. And by exercise, you don’t have to run a marathon, do some yoga, go for a walk, Anything to get your body moving will benefit you.” – Jennifer Tamman
“Give yourself permission to make changes that are going to improve your life, not just now, but also for the future. Because no matter how old you are, you can still add a lot of life to your years, even if you don’t have a lot of years left..”
– Jennifer Tamman
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So today, take time to reflect on your health priorities. When you know what to eat and what to avoid, life can be more enjoyable.