Spirulina is a type of cyanobacteria that is known as an accumulator; essentially, it will bind to any heavy metals in your body, thus reducing the levels of these metals in your tissue.
I love coffee, so I’m not willing to give it up altogether. People talk all the time about quitting caffeine, and I’m sure there are amazing benefits to this. But coffee and tea also have amazing health benefits and research has consistently linked coffee consumption to increased longevity. It tastes good, and I like the focus and energy it gives me. But you need to be aware of what it does to your body.
There are many companies that make good quality bone broths. I usually buy Nutra Organics, but Kettle & Fire is probably the most well-known brand.
Bone broth is incredibly nutrient-dense, and also adheres to the ketogenic diet. It’s full of collagen, a crucial component of muscle as well as being the most abundant protein in your body. Furthermore, as with ketones, bone broth improves the integrity of the gut lining , an important aspect of improving symptoms such as fatigue and brain fog.
Grass-fed bones (usually I use leftover bones from pork roasts or lamb chops). It’s recommended that you bake them in the oven for about 30 minutes first to improve flavor. Filtered water (enough to cover everything). Apple cider vinegar to help extract the nutrients from the bones (about 2 tablespoons). Garlic and other herbs for flavor. I also like to add ginger and turmeric for extra potent brain health benefits.
A keto diet also mimics being in a fasted state, so combining this with the intermittent fasting mentioned above creates potent autophagy effects. Ketones will also help improve gut lining integrity, an important mechanism for reducing symptoms such as brain fog, fatigue, and anxiety.
Your body needs a detox. Here’s a guide on how to do it.