9 Foods That Will Help You Boost Your Brain And Memory

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If you are all the time feeling forgetful, then, now is the perfect time to reconsider your diet and lifestyle which with no doubt plays a major role in brain health.

While it is still unclear that a healthy diet and lifestyle can keep you and your loved ones away from diseases like Alzheimer, here are 9 foods that many researchers think will keep your brain, memory, and overall health in a good state!

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Oil-Based Salad Dressings

Oil-Based Salad Dressings

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According to Martha Clare Morris, who is the director of the section on the nutrition and nutritional epidemiology at the Rush University of Chicago, consuming foods that are rich in vitamin E which is considered a strong and potent antioxidant is crucial to the well being of your brain.

I guess, we all know that in Alzheimer’s disease, neurons or nerve cells in certain parts of the brain start to die, which in return leads to a cognitive deterioration. So, there is no better way to protect your nerve cells but through your healthy daily diet.

As it is supported by the data, To benefit from the foods that are saturated in vitamin E, don’t hesitate to prepare for yourself a fresh and healthy vegetable salad with olive oil dressings, seeds, nuts, peanut butter, and whole grains. Your memory will be just thankful!


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Fish

Fish

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It’s true that fish is expensive yet delicious and better for your overall health. So, in other words, it is worth the money! As you might know fish is rich in heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids and also docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) that are very important for the normal functioning of nerve cells or neurons, said Morris.

Whether it is Salmon, mackerel, tuna, or any other fish, consume much of it and make sure it is fresh and not canned. Eating fish often means less consumption of red meat in your diet and other forms of protein that contain high levels of saturated fats which usually leads to artery-clogging.

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