Too Much of a Good Thing? Overloading on These 3 Nutrients Can Harm Your Brain

In our quest to be healthy, it is possible to have too much of a good thing.

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Many nutrients influence neurotransmitter activity and brain function, but not always for the better. Copper, folic acid, and iron are three important, beneficial nutrients that can be harmful to your body…

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Lifestyle Health Coach and creator of The Brain Beautiful Method.

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Lifestyle Health Coach and creator of The Brain Beautiful Method.

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