Are you experiencing any of these?
📌 Motion sickness, vertigo and Hashimoto’s
📌 Brain fog and fatigue
📌 Chronic migraines and headaches
📌 Post-Concussion Syndrome
📌 Anxiety and depression
📌 Memory loss
It could be related to the food you eat.
Even if you don’t have food allergies, sensitivities to certain foods can mean that something others can eat without problems doesn’t work for you.
There are five foods that most commonly trigger sensitivities:
Soy is often touted as a healthy replacement for animal products, but did you know it can trigger an immune reaction and inflammation in many people?
Consumption of soy can cause neurological symptoms and hormonal problems in people who are sensitive to it.
Eggs are fine for many people - but be careful.
For people who are sensitive to them, they can be a sneaky cause of problems like autoimmune reactions, skin issues, and digestive issues.
Gluten has become notorious in recent years for its ability to cause problems, and it deserves its bad reputation.
Wheat, barley, and rye are in many food products - and for many, can cause or exacerbate autoimmune and neurological issues.
If you’re lactose intolerant, you probably already know to avoid dairy.
However, even if you tolerate lactose, dairy can still throw off your digestion, mood, and immune system.
Today’s corn isn’t like the corn of the past. Now, it’s almost always genetically engineered.
This change in genetics means that it can cause issues throughout your brain and body - and it’s found in almost all processed foods!
Choosing to switch over to a whole foods, ketogenic diet is one of my first recommendations to my patients and often makes a HUGER impact on their health, both in mind and body.
To your total health,
Dr. Titus Chiu