Foods that improve human memory
top best memory developing food after research
The gut and the brain are intrinsically linked, therefore everything we eat or drink can influence our brain, either positively or negatively. Our digestive system is responsible for not only
providing the body and the brain with key nutrients from food and drink, but it also produces key hormones that enter the brain, or are produced in the brain, that have an impact on our memory and cognitive function.
Certain foods contain specific key nutrients that the brain needs to ensure that our memory, both short-term and long-term, remains in tip-top condition. These include antioxidants,
good fats, and certain vitamins and minerals that not only provide energy but also protection for the brain, and so by feeding the gut we are in fact feeding the mind.
Every day, the body is ‘exposed’ to free radicals that can come from internal sources, such as stress or poor diet, or external sources, such as cigarette smoke and pollution. The body
needs antioxidants to protect the cells in the brain from the free radicals and the subsequent damage they can cause to our cells and our health. Antioxidants, especially flavonoids and vitamin E, appear to be particularly beneficial when it comes to brain health.
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