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Brain Fog

A viral liver, EBV neurotoxins, adrenaline surges, toxic heavy metals, and other liver troublemakers: these are the various reasons for brain fog. Many, many people carry an EBV viral load in the liver without realizing it. If your liver is also filled with other troublemakers, they’ll provide food to the virus. Fear-based adrenaline is one food source for EBV. Toxic heavy metals and pesticides are other favorite viral foods. 

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When EBV consumes them, it releases different forms of waste matter, including neurotoxins. As the liver fills up with these neurotoxins, it reaches capacity, and they escape into the bloodstream and can cross the blood-brain barrier. There, they can cloud up, interfere with, and short-circuit neurotransmitters. Harboring homeopathic, minute levels of mercury and other metals and toxins, neurotoxins are polluted; when they enter into neurotransmitter chemicals, they pollute them, too. As an electrical impulse runs down a neuron using an impure neurotransmitter chemical, it doesn’t burn clean; the impulse is shorted out, diminished, or left to run on less power. This is a recipe for brain fog. 

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Someone could have adrenal issues from prolonged periods of excess stress, resulting in erratic spurts of adrenaline that caused the liver to become more stagnant, which in turn could have lowered energy, allowing for a mild brain fog. Adrenaline can also be highly corrosive to neurotransmitter activity by quickly diminishing neurotransmitter chemicals and electrolytes. Our ability to create new neurotransmitter chemicals can also diminish due to poor diet and liver condition. 

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You can also develop brain fog from toxic heavy metals in the brain that oxidize and create a metallic runoff that can saturate brain tissue, short-circuiting electrical impulses and hindering neurotransmitters. Brain fog can also develop when the liver has become toxic with other types of troublemakers, such as solvents, prescription drugs, and chemicals.

Excerpts from Liver Rescue by Anthony William, Chapter 19. Read the full explanation and get your copy today at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, The Book Depository, and anywhere books are sold.

 


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