Recent scientific studies confirms what traditional natural healers knew for ages
The connection between our diets and our brain functioning is well known in the traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurverdic medicine. The belly-brain connection is highly respected and acknowledged in these cultures.
Recently, Western science is starting to “catch up” and confirm what these ancient healing modalities have been claiming for thousands of years – The latest scientific research increasingly supports the theory that our gut health plays a major role in the development of memory dysfunctions.
A typical western diet contains processed foods, red meat, food additives and other unnatural substances that we take in through on a daily basis, and can result in a disturbance of the gut-brain axis, causing inflammation and symptoms of various central nervous system diseases.
For people who are genetically vulnerable to memory problems, this can trigger the beginning of severe memory issues.