Have you noticed that you have more focus on some days rather than others? It could be the result of diet changes. What you eat can play a large part in your memory and concentration. These are some of the best examples of brain foods you can add to your diet:
– Almonds (Try among butter instead of peanut butter) – High concentration of vitamin E, which can help fight Alzheimer’s and other cognitive issues.
– Other nuts and seeds – While almonds have more vitamin E, peanuts, cashews, and other nuts and seeds (sunflower seeds) are great vitamin E snacks as well.
– Salad with spinach leaves – Loaded with vitamin K and folate to improve “episodic memory.”
– Broccoli – Includes vitamin K and Choline.
– Beets and Carrots – Increase blood flow to the brain.
– Berries (Add them to a smoothie or eat them as a snack) – Improves memory.
– Fruit Juice – While high in sugar, fruit juices are better for your brain and body than sodas!
– Cherry Tomatoes – Cherry tomatoes have carotenoids, which improve cognition and memory.
– Green Tea – Green tea, in particular, can improve your ability to learn quickly. As a bonus, it also boosts your metabolism! Tea also contains the amino acid L-Theanine, which is more relaxing than caffeine alone. That’s why tea is better for your brain than coffee.
– Salmon/Tuna – Omega 3 helps not only your memory but also your speed in recovering a memory.
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