Top Brain Foods
Ron White memory expert is a big promoter of brain foods. Along with omega 3 oils and Gota Kola here is an excerpt from an article on the top brain foods.
Top Brain Foods
If you’re looking to improve your memory, reasoning and analytical skills then you’ve got to start with the basics, your diet. The typical American diet doesn’t exactly bolster high mental functioning; rather it serves to expand the ever growing waistlines of the masses. Just like your BMW motorcycle parts need gasoline to function, food is fuel for the human body and the type of fuel we put in our bodies has a direct influence on our overall performance, both mentally and physically. Avoiding certain “stupid” foods and stocking up on more cognizant choices will make a significant impact on your cerebral functioning.
Salmon, especially when it’s wild, is one of the healthiest foods you can consume. All across the board, salmon qualifies as a top brain food. It is a great source of Essential Fatty Acids, such as Omega-3, it is also a great source of lean protein, it’s low in saturated fats and it’s low in mercury levels when compared to other seafood choices. Studies have shown wild salmon to improve not only your synaptic connections and your memory, but it’s also been shown to improve your mood and reduce your risk of a stroke.
It’s widely known that blueberries are considered to be a superfood, as they offer wide array of antioxidants. In combination with a healthy diet, blueberries have many proven health benefits. In addition to being a delicious snack, blueberries have been shown to reduce your risk for disease, as well as improve your overall cognitive functioning.
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