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We’ve all heard the recipes for a productive brain a hundred times - get plenty of rest, exercise, drink at least...
We’ve all heard the recipes for a productive brain a hundred times - get plenty of rest, exercise, drink at least 8 glasses of water a day…
However, there’s also another way to get your brain fired up and creative. Scientists have discovered certain foods that are particularly effective in helping the brain work to its full capacity, improving memory, concentration, comprehension, and problem solving.
If you’re feeling in need of an extra brain boost, why not introduce some of these to your diet?
These tasty little fruits are always cropping up on lists of super foods, and it’s not hard to see why. Experiments have revealed that old rats fed on a diet high in blueberries gave performances worthy of their younger cousins in tests on motor skills and learning capacity. The research, from Tufts University in the US, demonstrated that the fruit was effective in reversing nerve cell damage to improve short-term memory loss.
Salmon, trout, herring, mackerel, sardines, pilchards, and kippers: these oily fish are all packed full of omega-3 essential fatty acids (EFAs), which are essential for brainpower. The body has no way of producing EFAs on its own and low levels of these acids in the body have been linked to everything from memory loss to an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s. To see the benefits, try to include at least three portions of oily fish a week.
Delicious, rich, creamy, and great for the brain! The avocado boasts high levels of Vitamin E and folate, both of which are associated with increased brain activity, as well as plenty of omega-3 acids. Not only this, but they can also help lower blood pressure thanks to their concentration of monounsaturated fats. Someone pass the guacamole…
Have you any tasty blueberry, oily fish, or avocado recipes to share? Let us know in the comments!