3 Secrets to Mental Clarity and Laser Focus

Ranjan Sinha

October 12, 2021

Digbi Microbiome Test Reveals How Brain Fog Slows You Down

Everyone knows what it’s like to feel lethargic, unfocused, and unable to think clearly or be productive. This phenomenon is known as “brain fog.”

Recent research reveals that although this is a functioning of the brain, the gut holds responsibility for causing brain fog.

3 Ways to Lift Brain Fog

  1. Identify Diet Deficiencies and Food Sensitivities. Vitamin deficiencies can greatly influence brain fog, especially a deficiency in Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, and Iron. Similarly, food sensitivities, such as a gluten intolerance, lead to inflammation in the body, leaving one with a foggy brain. Digbi’s cutting-edge microbiome test reveals deficiencies and sensitivities so you can feed your gut properly.
  2. Give your digestive system a rest with intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting has become a popular weight loss mechanism, and studies reveal it can also promote overall brain health and clarity. While fasting is not required in the Digbi Health program, the coaches encourage it and a convenient fasting tracker is included in the Digbi application.
  3. Improve mental health by consuming probiotics and whole foods. Anxiety, depression and insomnia contribute heavily to brain fog. Low serotonin levels are common in people with these conditions. Most people are surprised to learn that 90% of serotonin is made in the gut. Digbi’s innovative microbiome testing pinpoints exactly which probiotics and prebiotics our gut needs to produce adequate serotonin levels. This science translates into phenomenal real world results: Digbi users have improved mental health by 65%.

So, don’t blame yourself for brain fog - it’s simply the result of an unhealthy gut. Digbi’s innovative microbiome testing allows you to lift the cloud of fog and quickly achieve laser clear focus and optimal performance.

To discover how Digbi can help your employees think clearer and become more productive, contact Scott Levy at scott@digbihealth.com or schedule a 15min call with him here.

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