6 DELICIOUS Foods to Improve Your Memory
What you eat plays a major role in your overall health and wellbeing… and even in how long you could live.
But too often, we choose foods based on their impact on factors like heart disease, diabetes, or weight gain.
There’s nothing wrong with that… but something is missing from that list.
Your brain health.
The food you eat can have a dramatic impact on your memory and cognitive function.
Today, I’m going to share with you six foods that can help improve your memory.
As memory problems, brain fog, and dementia and Alzheimer’s skyrocket, it’s reassuring to know that there are proactive steps you can take to keep your brain young and sharp.
Brain function doesn’t have to go downhill with age. Here are six ways to make sure that doesn’t happen.
Almonds are high in vitamin E, which slows the aging of cells and helps repair brain cells and helps prevent cognitive decline. They also contain vitamin B6, which is also important for repairing damaged brain cells.
In one animal study, rats that received injections of an almond suspension developed much better memories.
The mainstream loves to hate eggs, but this much-maligned food contains numerous brain-boosting nutrients. Choline, for example, regulates memory and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s.
And lutein has been associated with boosting cognition and academic performance in children.
Salmon is high in omega-3 fatty acids, which are like food for your brain. Fish eaters have lower rates of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease. This is likely because eating fish just once a week has been shown to increase the area of the brain associated with memory.
A recent study shows that people who eat just one serving per day of leafy greens like kale had cognitive functioning comparable to people 11 years younger. That’s right—kale can literally make your brain YOUNGER.
That’s because it is loaded with nutrients like phylloquinone, lutein, nitrate, folate, and alpha-tocopherol—all of which help prevent cognitive decline.
More than giving your immune system a boost, the vitamin C in oranges helps your brain cells function better and can prevent conditions like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
A meta-analysis of 50 studies concluded that people with good cognitive function had higher levels of vitamin C, compared to people with cognitive decline.
Pumpkin seeds come chock full of zinc, magnesium, copper, and iron—minerals that can all boost cognitive health. Magnesium can help prevent memory loss and neurological diseases, copper can help prevent Alzheimer’s disease, and deficiencies in zinc and iron are more likely to develop brain disorders.
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Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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