I am a firm believer that nutritional intake plays one of the major roles in health and well-being. However, one person’s food is another’s poison in some cases.
I suggest all my clients be tested for food sensitivities at the appropriate time in their program. I tested in 2006 and have been roughly 90% compliant all these years later. When I or my clients aren’t compliant, health issues and “symptoms” reappear.
When one has food sensitivities, notable symptoms are brain fog and poor concentration. If you have not been tested, I suggest you work with a practitioner for testing and keep to an anti-inflammatory diet for your brain and overall health.
Additionally, crashing blood sugar fluctuations, which increase stress hormones, will impact memory and concentration. Consider keeping blood sugar as stable as possible for you, based on your health status, health issues, and medications.
Most of my clients do well with a nutritional intake of about 70% good protein, 15% healthy fats, and 15% carbohydrates. Some clients vary these percentages, but this ratio seems to work for most people. Work with your medical team when warranted.