This Stinky Solution REVERSES Memory Loss
Your memory is just like everything else in your life.
It’s easy to take for granted… until it starts slipping.
So often when we think about taking steps to protect our brains, we think about nutrients that work… well… in our brains.
But there’s a key nutrient that has been linked to better memory.
And it doesn’t do its work in your brain… it does it in your gut.
The best example of the connection between your gut and your brain is that butterfly feeling you get in your stomach when you’re nervous.
But the highway between your gut and your brain – the gut-brain axis – goes both ways. And that means that what’s going on in your gut can have an impact on your brain as well.
For example, bacteria in the gut make most of your body’s supply of the neurotransmitter serotonin, which regulates emotions.
Studies also show us that a disrupted microbiome could contribute to Alzheimer’s disease. And shifts in the gut microbiome have even been implicated in autism.
Having a healthy, diverse gut microbiome can impact your memory as well. The problem is that the older you get, the less diverse your gut microbiome.
And that means that those brain slips could really indicate a problem in your stomach.
But there’s a simple way to fix it.
In a mouse study, researchers found that simply eating more garlic can help counteract the age-related changes in your microbiome that are specifically associated with memory issues.
For the study, the mice consuming the garlic had better short-term and long-term memory simply as a result of having healthier gut bacteria.
The compound in garlic responsible for these benefits is called allyl sulfide – the same compound responsible for that infamous garlic breath.
So if you’re not eating fresh garlic, now is the time to start,
And if you don’t like the taste, you can pick up a garlic supplement at your local pharmacy.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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