Superfoods REVERSE Memory Loss
It starts off slowly…
You realize you’ve forgotten a couple of friend’s birthdays… or missed your grandkid’s baseball game.
And then one day you find yourself struggling to remember your neighbor’s name… or even worse, your spouse’s name.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
You can STOP memory loss – and shield your brain from the damage that causes it – before it takes away the people and things you love.
And all you have to do is add a handful of superfoods to your diet.
I recommend starting with these six. (#3 and #6 can even help you grow new brain cells!)
Memory Booster #1: Cruciferous Vegetables
There’s a good reason to make your kids (and grandkids) eat their broccoli. Broccoli joins other cruciferous vegetables like cauliflower, cabbage, and Brussels sprouts as brain-boosting foods. Their power comes from their abundance of carotenoids like lutein and zeaxanthin.These compounds have the unique ability to cross the protective blood-brain barrier. Once they get in the brain, they provide protection against free radical damage and slow down age-related cognitive decline and memory loss.
Memory Booster #2: Leafy Greens
I eat leafy greens because I like them – especially sautéed in butter and garlic. But even if they don’t tantalize your taste buds, foods like spinach and kale should be a regular part of your diet. A recent study showed that eating these foods every day helps to slow brain aging and keep your mind sharp.
Memory Booster #3: Berries
Fruits like blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries provide a much tastier brain boost. Blueberries can help protect the brain from oxidative stress, raspberries help prevent neurological damage – the key driver behind memory loss – by fighting inflammation in brain cells. And believe it or not, strawberries can actually help grow new brain cells!
Memory Booster #4: Tomatoes
These tasty fruits contain multiple brain-boosting compounds, including the super antioxidant vitamin C. This wonder compound helps prevent DNA damage, and plays a major role in brain cell development as well as in the protective barrier around brain cells.
Memory Booster #6: Herbs and Spices
Three herbs in particular can help boost brain health. Rosemary can improve concentration and slow memory decline. Parsley can strengthen the connections between brain cells. And thyme can boost the formation of brain cells.
Memory Booster #6: Walnuts
Have you ever noticed these nuts look like a brain? Maybe that’s because they’re the best nut for brain health. They’re loaded with DHA, which is a specific type of omega-3 fatty acid that improves brain function and prevents cognitive decline.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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