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TBI - Traumatic Brain Injuries Support

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  •  variety of vegetables & fruits (antioxidant-rich foods) BERRIES! 

  •  smoothie packed with antioxidants & superfoods - chew to release enzymes

  •  anti-inflammatory spices - turmeric, curcumin, cinnamon and ginger

  •  anti-inflammatory diet

  •  Remove sugar, gluten and dairy from diet

  •  mineral-rich foods like nuts, seeds and bone broths

  •  high quality proteins

  •  good fats (avocado, coconut, olive oil, nuts/seeds)

  •  choline (eggs or soy lecithin)

  •  keep diet easy-to-digest and nutrient dense to start



  •  antioxidants

  •  magnesium

  •  B-vitamins

  •  probiotics

  •  vitamin C

  •  polyphenols like resveratrol or quercetin



  •  follow a routine

  •  take breaks

  •  sleep (bed before 10pm with at least 8 hours of sleep; more as body needs)

  •  avoid distractions & multitasking

  •  moderate exercise if doctor allows, not too strenuous (walking regularly) with consistency

  •  mindfulness exercises (meditation, yoga, breath work)

  •  do less during the day

  •  tune in to the body’s needs

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