Reading, studying, meditating are great practices to aid learning and boost memory. However, the food we consume goes a long way in improving our memories.
Contrary to popular belief or rather a subconscious conclusion, conversations on diets are not just about preventing diseases, immunity and weight. Diets are necessities in enhancing our memory.
Can we have a memory-boost-diet conversation??
Top 10 foods that boost brain and memory include;
About 60% of the brain is made of fat and half of it is the Omega-3 kind.
Omega-3 is essential for building brain cells. The American Heart Association (AHA) suggests the consumption of at least two servings of fish each week. With added benefits of lowering heart diseases, protection from cancer, dementia, rheumatoid arthritis, whether fresh, canned or frozen fatty fish are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and provide these excellent benefits.
Magical turmeric is a deep-yellow spice with an active ingredient called curcumin. It is behind the color of curry.
Many brain disorders have been linked to decreased levels of the Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor(BDNF) hormone including depression and Alzheimer’s disease.
Dramatically, curcumin can increase brain levels of BDNF and yes, it is an anti-depressant that eases depression by boosting serotonin and dopamine which both improves mood.
In safe proportions in food, turmerics are great memory boosters.
You can satisfy your sweet tooth all the while doing your brain tremendous good.
When you eat dark chocolate, your brain produces dopamine- the mood booster hormone. Oh yes! And it keeps you interested with increased positive feelings and in an awesome mood to help you learn faster and remember better.
Dark chocolates are packed with flavonoids – a group of antioxidant plant compounds which gathers the memory-dealing areas of the brain. Research proves the reduction of age-related mental decline and memory-enhancing effect of dark chocolates.
Indeed, it is healthy to keep a bar of dark chocolate handy.
Research suggests that walnuts are good for the mind. So “a walnut so you don’t go nuts.”
Walnut is a rich source of Omega-3 fat and of polyunsaturated fat, polyphenols, vitamin E helps reduce oxidative damage and inflammation in the brain.
Observational studies in older adults have linked eating walnuts to faster processing speed, better memory, better brain function among a myriad of other amazing benefits.
It should be no coincidence that the shell of a walnut looks similar to a minimized view of the brain.
Memory, vigilance and performance are improved by caffeine which is contained in green tea. This stimulant increases concentration and effects production of neurotransmitters like dopamine and norepinephrine without causing the “jittery” effect associated with too much caffeine.
It’s rich in L-theanine and polyphenols and antioxidants that improves brain function and protects from mental decline, reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Green tea is a brain-healthy beverage.
If you aim to be a star smart student, you should sit up in your studies and studying and don’t forget to eat healthy.
And for everyone too, Ahealthy lot of food is great for all round health and memory boost. Draw a conclusion to add these foods to your diet.
Eat healthy! Live healthy!!
Cheers to a healthy life!!!!
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