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The Best Brain Foods


Your diet is your main source of nutrients that your body needs to keep healthy. And like we know, some foods are particularly beneficial for certain parts of your body. For example, due to its calcium content, milk is known to support strong muscles and bones. But what foods support your brain health?


Berries

Berries are more than just a Summer fruit. They contain high levels of antioxidants which help to reduce inflammation. They can also aid to improve the communication between neurons and delay age-related decline. By building more connections between brain cells, berries are also said to improve memory.  Therefore, having some strawberries with your breakfast, or some blueberries for a snack can actually help keep your brain healthy.


Salad

Remember when you were a kid, and your parents made you eat your greens? Well as it turns out, they were actually on to something there. Certain leafy greens, like lettuce, spinach, and kale, have been shown to enhance memory power. Having two servings of these per day can reduce the rates of memory and cognitive decline, so make sure to add some leafy greens to your lunch and dinner.


Nuts and Seeds

Nuts and seeds are associated with many benefits for your body, and your brain is no exception. Due to their Vitamin E levels, these foods have been linked to reducing the risk of Alzeheimer’s. Sunflower seeds, hazelnuts and walnuts are all related to better brain health


Coffee

Coffee has become a staple in our daily routine, and as it turns out, its benefits go beyond keeping people awake. Researchers have found that drinking moderate volumes of coffee on a daily basis can improve memory power and brain health. More specifically, coffee can decrease the risk of Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and cognitive decline. As it turns out, dark coffee is the most effective for this purpose, so the next time you grab a coffee from Starbacks, make sure it's a dark coffee.


Oily Fish

​Oily fish provide vital benefits for your brain. They contain high levels of Omega 3, which helps to build the cell membrane, and therefore enhances neurone structure. Studies also highlight that Omega 3 improves blood flow to the brain, and has been linked with better cognition. Tuna, herring and salmon are some of the fish you can include in your daily meal plan to improve your brain health.

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