Food Allergy Alternatives to Restore Brain Health

When we think about food allergies, we usually give thanks and gratitude for understanding what causes us problems and vowing never to return to those foods again. Many people who have gluten or dairy intolerances find that life without these foods is not only better, but also quite easier as well.

The problem is, many of the food allergies that people suffer from create imbalances in their nutrient profile. For example, many people who are allergic to different foods find that they are unable to get the right nutrition, which has a number of downstream effects.

In this article, we are going to talk about a few common allergies and some of the ways that you can remedy this situation in order to protect your brain from long term trauma and get the best results.

#1. Eggs – a lot of people are allergic to eggs for a variety of reasons. The people who struggle with consuming eggs usually find that they are unable to get the right amount of choline because this is the only food where there is an abundance of this molecule. For most people, eating organ meats like liver and kidney just isn’t an option! When eggs aren’t possible, supplementation becomes a real need.

One of the best supplements for choline is either alpha GPC choline or CDP choline. Both of these are bioavailable choline sources, which can help to increase acetylcholine in the brain, which has benefits for memory formation and learning ability. The vast majority of people who use this find they can improve their cognition and prevent neurodegeneration long into old age.

#2. Meat – some people are allergic to different meats (or find that they don’t want to eat it for moral reasons). Whatever the case is, eating meat usually comes filled with creatine, which is a basic compound that is used to create energy in our cells.

When we do not eat any meat, we don’t get creatine and we find that the brain deteriorates without this important nutrient. Making sure to have a creatine monohydrate supplement on hand can be really helpful.

#3. Dairy – the dairy industry will tell you that calcium is best from milk, cheese, and other dairy products, but this isn’t the case. Spinach and many foods have calcium as well, but the problem is quantity. If you are trying to get enough calcium in your daily life, sometimes dairy is a good source. If you are allergic, a simple calcium supplement should do the trick.

This doesn’t only have benefits for the joints. Studies show our brains need every mineral and vitamin that we can get our hands on.

 

Kelly Tate

Kelly Tate

Kelly is a full-time supermum, caring for two kids and a hardworking husband. A cook, a cleaner, a carer and all round hard worker, striving for the perfect family life (with a few bumps along the way!) Eternally honest and sometimes brutally forward, no topics are off limits with Kelly.
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