How Diet Affects Brain Fog

Foods that are part of a balanced diet to reduce brain fog

Since your brain is the most important organ in the body, it’s important to treat it accordingly. This includes what you put into your body – such as food and drink. Some foods have negative effects on the brain, causing brain fog. When you are going through menopause and drastic hormonal changes, the last thing you want to do is make your cognition more “foggy.”

Cutting certain foods can help reduce the likelihood of brain fog. Some diets have been proven to help provide mental clarity and increase focus. A common denominator across these diets is that they eliminate a type of food or food group. Essentially all of them reduce the intake of processed foods. Some prohibit sugar and flour. 

Adopting a Diet Low on Carbs

A low-carb diet, such a ketogenic diet, may help keep your brain more alert during the day. Experts claim this is because Western diets are carb-heavy and cause a glucose imbalance in your body. 

Eating a hoagie for lunch and washing it down with a soda will cause a spike in glucose. This causes your body to overcompensate in the amount of insulin it produces to process your blood sugar. After your glucose levels have rebalanced and dropped back down, it can cause sluggishness. 

Processed foods contain ingredients that are foreign to the body, or not naturally produced, and can cause inflammation. 

Diets such as intermittent fasting, ketogenic/high fat diets, the DASH diet (Dietary approaches to Stop Hypertension), and Mediterranean diet, while not proven for long-term success, provide better energy and improved cognitive function. Current “trend” diets such as Whole30, which eliminates processed foods and focuses on whole, healthy ingredients, help purge the body of impurities. The impurities in processed foods which alter chemical imbalances in the body also cause brain fog. 

A Healthy Balance

The right proportions of carbohydrates, protein, healthy fats, and alkalizing fresh vegetables make a significant difference in your mood, brain function, and overall health. When a healthy balance for your body has been determined to make you feel your best, it’s time to fine-tune you hormones. 

By using supplements and scientifically adapted pills to suppress the symptoms of menopause, you can be on the path to eliminating brain fog. 

CleopatraRX has a patented drug, the PearlPak. This is a convenient packing system of Estriol and Progesterone over a 28-day cycle. The PearlPak can be administered after an online consultation with licensed doctors. Feedback on the treatment can be used to tailor the medications specifically for each women. Every woman experiences  menopause differently. 

 

 

 

 

 

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