Easy to lose focus? Your brain is weak and helpless? Follow these nutritional tips to improve your brain’s health due to age and other factors including stress.

In fact, certain foods can increase the chances of maintaining a healthy brain. So do not neglect healthy eating in your diet. According to WebMd, these 7 types of foods should be taken to enhance brain health and sharpness.

Fish is a good source of protein for the brain. It is enriched with omega 3 fatty acids which are good for brain health. It is a healthy fat and is effective in reducing dementia, stroke and mental illness.

In fact, fish also play an important role in strengthening memory when reaching old age. You are advised to eat 2 fish a week.

Sugar improves one’s energy. Actually, not sugar, but glucose processed from sugar. That’s why a glass of orange juice or fruit juice can offer short-term stimulation for memory, thinking, and mental ability.

However, too much sugar is also bad because it can cause a person’s memory to deteriorate. The added sugar causes heart disease and other diseases that endanger one’s health.

Cereals and dairy
You always leave for breakfast? Studies show that breakfast is good until it improves short-term memory and reinforces attention.

Students are required to eat breakfast to be more attentive to learning. Good breakfast foods for the brain include high fiber foods, whole grains, dairy, and fruits.

Remember not to overdo it as researchers also find that high-calorie breakfast will make one lose focus.

Peanuts and chocolate
Peanuts are an antioxidant source of vitamin E. Several studies have shown that it improves cognitive ability at an early age. ‘Dark chocolate’ has high antioxidant properties, and contains natural flavors such as caffeine that enhance focus.

Peanuts can be taken one day a day and are ‘dark brown’ to get all the benefits you need but reduce calories, fat or sugar.

Animal studies show that blueberries can help protect the brain from damage caused by free radicals and can reduce age-related effects such as Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.

Studies also show a diet rich in blueberries can enhance both learning and muscle function.

By Nurul
21st March 2020 21:41

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