If instead of feeling energized and satiated, you feel exhausted and brain-fogged after eating a meal, this could be your brain telling you there’s something wrong.
Often people accept that not feeling great is part of life and aging. But this simply isn’t true!
JANET VALENTY, January 19, 2016
Great weekend. Uh oh. It's Monday!
By Lilley: (NaturalNews) Researchers from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine have discovered that the confusion and memory loss often associated with chemotherapy treatment is most likely linked to a chemo drug called topotecan, which affects the brain's ability to function properly. They also believe that long-term neurodevelopmental problems, such as those affecting people with autism spectrum disorder, might occur in the event that a person encountered the drug during brain development or throughout their life.(1)