The relationship between diet and brain health has been getting lots of attention lately. Researchers earlier believed that as you grow older your brain cells die. But new studies show that your brain cells can regenerate and a lot of it depends on how you eat and exercise. A diet filled with nutrient-rich foods can be a game-changer for your brain. It can improve your decision-making, problem-solving skills, sharpen your focus and boost your memory. It can also prevent old age related brain diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia.
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Intro – 0:00
Eggs – 0:54
Mint – 1:20
Cauliflower – 1:52
Beets – 2:21
Blueberries – 2:45
Broccoli – 3:07
Carrots – 3:49
Olives – 4:28
Salmon – 4:58
Grapes – 5:36
Berries – 5:58
Fermented foods – 6:23
Green tea – 7:10
Walnuts – 7:36
Extra-virgin olive oil – 8:05
Dark chocolate – 8:31
Celery – 9:10
Bone broth – 9:27
Coconut Oil – 9:57
Chia seeds – 10:27
Whole grains – 10:48
1. Eggs: Eggs are high in vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids, both of which help protect the brain.
2. Mint: Mint is a good source of vitamin A, which can help boost learning skills and increase brain plasticity.
3. Cauliflower: Some foods just look like they should be good for the mind . Take cauliflower.
4. Beets: Beets are brain food of the first order. They are high in nitrites, which have been shown to increase blood flow in parts of the brain related to executive functioning.
5. Blueberries: Blueberries are an essential part of any superfoods list. Its brain boosting benefits have been scientifically proven.
6. Broccoli: High in vitamin K, broccoli is known to enhance brain power and improve cognitive function.
7. Carrots: A study found that men who took 50 milligrams of the antioxidant beta-carotene every other day for 15 years delayed cognitive aging.
8. Olives: Eating olives regularly may lead to less brain deterioration over time. This is due to the mono-unsaturated fat contained in olives.
9. Salmon: Salmon and other fatty fish—including trout, mackerel, albacore tuna, herring and sardines—give you hefty quantities of brain-building omega-3 fatty acids.
10. Grapes: Numerous studies have supported the beneficial effect of grapes on brain function.
11. Berries: Berries improve cognitive function and significantly slow down brain aging.
12. Fermented Foods: Your brain and gut are intimately connected. Serotonin, the ‘happiness' hormone, is actually produced by bacteria in your gut.
13. Green tea: Green tea has two components that could help boost brain power.
14. Walnuts: Like it does in other diseases, inflammation plays a key role in Alzheimer’s and other brain disorders.
15. Extra-virgin olive oil: A cornerstone of the Mediterranean Diet, olive oil contains phenols.
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