Healthy Foods For The Brain

Health Talk Tuesday – 6 Great Foods That Helps The Brain

Healthy Foods For The Brain


So You may be wondering just what kind of food is perfect for the Brain.

First of, are there really foods naturally designed to benefit a designated organ in the body?

The answer is yes! There are varieties of food designed for special and multiple organs of the body.

So there are foods for your liver, your kidney, the heart, the lungs and even your brain.


Today we are looking at six regular foods that are great for your Brain.

So the brain is the all in all of the human body, it controls everything and it is in fact everything.

Healthy Foods For The Brain



Healthy Foods For The Brain

Walnuts are the best choice of all the nuts when it comes to improving cognitive function. They have the same benefits as every other nut, but walnuts also contain omega-3 fatty acids.

Beside the improvement of heart health, walnuts also provide a sharper memory (at least to women).

Consuming walnuts also help slow mental decline because of the Vitamin E that is in it.

Next time you crave a snack, buy a bag of unroasted and unsalted walnuts. In the future, this will be the replacement of all unhealthy snacks like Twix.

Brain foods are not brain foods because they contain a lot of sugar. Brain foods usually consist of a high amount of vitamins and antioxidants. That’s how you can recognize them.



Healthy Foods For The Brain

Orange is a beautiful gift from Mother Nature known for the amount of Vitamin C in it.

One large orange is enough to fulfill 100% of your daily Vitamin C intake. Vitamin C has a lot of benefits.

They include:

  • Vitamin C reduces the risk of chronic diseases like heart disease
  • It  help fight against high blood pressure
  • Vitamin C boosts immunity by increasing the production of white blood cells
  • High levels of Vitamin C are found to be related to the improvement of memory and thinking.

People suffering from dementia has been shown to have low levels of Vitamin C. This may mean that by consuming enough Vitamin C, you will be able to prevent dementia.



Healthy Foods For The Brain

Avocados fit very nicely with white rice or with bread.

Avocado is a source of healthy fats; monounsaturated fat.

Monounsaturated fat is believed to contribute to healthy blood flow which in turn means a healthy brain.

Besides that, avocados also lower blood pressure which will prevent a decrease in cognitive abilities.

Adding 1/4 or 1/2 avocado daily should do the trick and help your brain function as a superhero.



Healthy Foods For The Brain

So this is one great breakfast meal. Oatmeal is one of many kinds of cereal that contains more than just sugar.

There’s a reason why oatmeal is often used as breakfast.

It is because of the many carbohydrates that are in it which act like a shot of glucose that spikes your blood sugar levels.

When Glucose is sent immediately to the brain it functions adequately.

In essence, the higher the concentration of glucose in your blood, the better you can focus and remember things.

So If you suffer from low blood sugar levels, the Oatmeal must become your morning friend.



Healthy Foods For The Brain

Earlier we talked about how almonds help the liver.  Just like many nuts are generally good for your health (as long as you don’t overdo it).

Almonds are most known for their potential of enhancing memory and delaying Alzheimer’s progression.

Of course, they share the same benefits with the walnuts, but almonds are lower in omega 3 fats.

If you forget things on a daily basis, maybe a handful of almonds per day can help you.

Five to six almonds a day should do the trick. If you’re not watching your weight, you can just grab a handful. But don’t overdo it because there’s a lot of fats in nuts.


Red Wine

Healthy Foods For The Brain

Yes Red Wine. Shocking Right?

If you thought you had to give up alcoholic beverages; you were wrong.

Although alcohol itself is not related to any improvement in brain functioning, some studies show that there are benefits to drinking lightly or moderately.

Out of all the alcoholic beverages, red wine is the one with the most favorable results.

Research shows that red wine may even slow aging and it can also decrease the risk of dementia.

Although these results are based on research, the researchers don’t recommend that any non-drinkers start drinking.

Especially young people. As the most benefits are found in the elderly.


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