Cavin Balaster suffered a severe traumatic brain injury that left him comatose with less than a 10 % chance of regaining consciousness beyond a persistent vegetative state. He was breathing through a breathing tube, and he did not eat or talk for months. In the following months, he endured severe brain fog, memory loss, breathing problems, coordination difficulties with the left side of his body (His left hand was completely flexed inward).
In the wake of his brain injury, he was lucky enough to be introduced to a particular eating and supplement regiment. Soon after implementing this nutritional practice, he began to regain clarity. He did not realize it at the time, but he had been in a fog since his injury. He had been in such a dense fog that he was not even aware that he was in a fog. How can one tell that it is raining when underwater?
He describes his healing journey in his book, "How to Feed a Brain: Nutrition for Optimal Brain Function and Repair."