7 Groceries For Better Memory

groceries for better memory
Food is known to be a cure, but the enemy of health as well.

Choices you make when buying food affect the way you think, your mood and memory, concentration and energy.

Some foods can make you feel focused and easier to think, others can reduce energy and sour the mood. So when you go out buying, try to always choose these 7 foods that will help you to have a better memory and improve your brain function.

  • Kiwi


Just one kiwi contains more vitamin C than the recommended daily amounts. Thanks to the favorable composition, kiwi protects the brain from damage that free radicals cause. Free radicals may decrease brain function, slow the memory and reduce the ability to solve problems.

  • Dried apricots

Consumption of dried apricots increase the activity of left hemisphere of the brain, which is responsible for analytical thinking. Dried apricots are rich in vitamin C and have a positive effect on digestion.

  • Red cabbage

Red cabbage is rich in polyphenols, antioxidants that are proven to be effective for improvement of the brain, especially action in case of an Alzheimer disease.

Almonds contain phenylalanine, which stimulates the neurotransmitters such as dopamine, adrenaline and nor-adrenaline, thereby improving the mood. Also, these nuts are good sources of vitamin B2 which improves memory.

  • Eggplant

Eggplant contains nasunin, which is a powerful antioxidant that destroys free radicals. It is thought that this antioxidant protects the lipids in the brain and thus prevents damage.

  • Fish

Omega-3 fatty acids provide fluidity of cell membranes, which improves communication between cells. If you consume foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids for several times a week you can improve the learning ability, mood and memory.

  • Chicken

Chicken meat is rich in vitamin B6. This vitamin is a key factor in converting the amino-acid tryptophan into serotonin, which in turn improves mood and prevents depression.

Tip: If you want to save the proper functioning of your brain, then it is advisable to reduce the consumption of these products: alcohol, energy drinks, white chocolate and candy, ice-cream and chips.

The Gentleman

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