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6 Worst Foods That Are Hurting Your Brain

You get hundreds of advices about foods that sharpen brain functions such as almonds, nuts, berries, fish and carrots. They definitely greatly boost your memory, eye-sight and alertness level. There are various exercises and yoga poses to act as brain-boosters. Meditation is another way to go specifically for a better focus which is extremely important for smart work.

On the contrary, we rarely get to hear someone forbidding few foods for their unhealthy and bad effects on the functioning of the brain. Either it’s brain fog or Alzheimer’s you get as a consequence, you search for the best neurologist, psychologist, neurosurgeon and what not to get some advice about our foods and activities.

This article reveals the 6 worst foods for your brain.
Credit: Health Insider

Brain doctors have compiled a list of “unhealthy foods for brain” that can weaken your brain activities. If you are willing to change your lifestyle then have a look at the list.

1. Artificial Sweeteners

Being on a diet or healthy living makes you avoid all the extra carbs, sugar and calories by relying on artificial sweeteners. But recently a research conducted in Israel has shown what havoc these sweeteners are creating. They in actual effect gut bacteria which leads to diabetes type 2. Diabetes creates 4 times greater risk of Alzheimer’s.

What happens is that diabetes causes insensitivity to insulin which leads to raised blood sugar level and in turn it generates a risk of degeneration of the brain.

Which Artificial Sweeteners are Safest

Remember, nothing can replace what’s natural. According to David Perlmutter, a neurologist, People having natural sugar-sweetened drinks are at lesser risk of diabetes and Alzheimer’s than those consuming processed artificial sweeteners.


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  1. I have gotten into so many arguments when it comes to artful sweetener, some people swear by them, I swear against them, i would never put that poison in my body

  2. I gained two hundred pounds over the last 30 years, but, I lost some and gained it back by eating then laying back down. Why have I done this? What could I do to loose the weight and keep it off?

  3. This ARTICLE noting that “gluten” is dangerous is a LIE.

    Gluen-free was INTENDED for “gluten sensitive people” – and that’s all.


    Trust me. Nutritionists know this.

    • iperitive information,usually we hear about whats good but not the other way around and how to do better by avoiding such.

  4. Your overrating food like Herbalife shakes. Doctors still don’t know the cause and effects of mental disorders like Autism, ADHD and Schizophrenia.

  5. Thanks again for your help because if you don’t know to protect your Brain against these foods something bad it can happen in our brain.
    I think you a lot.

  6. Thanks again for your help because if you don’t know to protect your Brain against these foods something bad it can happen in our brain.
    I thank you a lot.

  7. My son effected with low sugar on day three after birth now his age 3 year ,so problem is his brain is functioning late like he can’t calculate distance speed action

  8. Well everything in moderation…

    1. Shrimps will skyrocket your cholesterol, is it even worth trying?

    2. Sweeteners are ok in moderation for general population; however if you have a disease like MLS they can debilitate you

  9. Nonsense – My sister, 73 years old, has eaten super healthy all her adult life. She avoids anything that hints of unnatural or overly acidic. Now, she doesn’t remember how to turn on the car or put in gas or use the computer, all of which she has been doing for many years. I have to help her in making most decisions.

  10. So now I’m aware of what’s healthy 4 me, & what not 2 put in my body. I’m finding it difficult 2 discipline myself to execute & practice these healthy behaviours though !!! Don’t know why not either?

  11. But something like Stevia, or monk fruit are natural, so that type of alternative sweetener would not be an issue, correct?

  12. Is is really true what you said in your article about the prepared biscuits?? I mean they are so commonly eaten every where in the wolrds. Thank you for your healthy tip..

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