5 Worst Foods For Your Brain And Their Healthy Alternatives

Are you concerned with your brain health as you get older? Well, the best thing you can do is look at your diet. The fuel we put in our bodies can either harm or protect us. That’s why you need to eat a balanced diet if you’re going to maintain a healthy brain.

In today’s video, we’ll talk about 5 of the worst foods for your brain, as well as some nutritious options to replace them. Do refined carbs make the list? What about cheese? We’re talking about all this AND more…

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Intro – 0:00
Refined Carbs – 00:29
Switch refined carbs with whole carbs! – 01:50
Refined Sugar – 02:19
Choose for whole fruits instead of sugary foods and drinks – 03:28
Vegetable Oils – 03:52
Switch to walnut oil – 05:02
Red Meat – 05:43
Eat the beans – 06:13
Cheese – 06:31
Add creamy avocado to your diet – 07:25


Refined Carbs
Just so you know, sugars and highly processed grains such as white flour are examples of refined carbs.

Switch refined carbs with whole carbs!
Carbohydrates are not all evil! Whole carbohydrates are extremely beneficial to your health, and one of the greatest foods for your brain.

Refined Sugar
Did you know Americans consume far too much additional sugar? The scary part is that the majority of this sugar is refined.

Choose for whole fruits instead of sugary foods and drinks
If you crave a sweet fix, turn to whole foods like fruit, especially blueberries! Because of potent antioxidants like anthocyanins, eating these delightful tiny berries may help prevent short-term memory loss.

Vegetable Oils
Most of us cook with some kind of oil. But it’s important to know that certain oils are healthier than others.

Switch to walnut oil
Walnuts are an excellent source of Omega-3 fatty acids. Deficiency in omega-3’s can impair your ability to learn and remember.

Red Meat
Red meat is always a controversial subject. When it comes to Alzheimer’s disease, studies show that red meat is one of the greatest culprits.

Eat the beans
You should avoid eating items that trigger memory loss. Instead, make beans the focal point of your dish!

If you’re a cheese lover, we have bad news for you. Cheese has been linked to dementia.

Add creamy avocado to your diet
If you don’t want heart problems, eat more avocados. Avocados are a creamy, plant-based alternative to cheese.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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