19 Perfect Products for Your Brain

Fortunately, wise nature has created everything to support our health throughout our life, and our task is to unite its gifts with our daily diet. Today we present a nutritious menu for your brain, while all the products listed below are highly beneficial for the whole body.

Fortunately, wise nature has created everything to support our health throughout our life, and our task is to unite its gifts with our daily diet. Today we present a nutritious menu for your brain, while all the products listed below are highly beneficial for the whole body.

  1. Cranberry is abounding in antioxidants that resist free radicals. Free radicals are molecules of different substances that strive to “bite” a deficient electron from other molecules. In our body this process results in death of cells attacked by free radicals and development of different diseases. For example, free radicals are considered to provoke atherosclerosis but antioxidants combine with free radicals and prevent them from damaging vessels supplying your brain with blood.
  2. Beetroot is replete with betaine that positively influences your mood, general physical and mental state, reaction and ability to concentrate. Rub fresh beetroot, add some oil and vinegar to cook a healthy salad.
  3. Purple cabbage is a great source of polyphenols. These antioxidants contribute to prevention of Alzheimer’s. Make your brain salad: chop and mix fresh purple cabbage, carrot and bunch onion, add some balsamic and olive oil.
  4. Spinach preserves our nerve cells young and helps our brain to perform its cognitive activity efficiently. You can add it to any salad or smoothie as it has a very delicate fresh taste.
  5. Fish (salmon, tuna, codfish, and sardine) have a lot of polyunsaturated fatty acids that participate in brain metabolic processes, increase “good” cholesterine and decreases “bad” cholesterine. Salmon is one of the best sources of Omega-3 fatty acids that improve communication between brain cells. It is a perfect option for your lunch with some greenery.
  6. Anchovy are prized for dimethylethanolamine that enhances the ability of our brain to learn something new, to concentrate and to work more actively for longer periods of time.
  7. Dried apricots are rich in ferrum and vitamin C. Ferrum stimulates left hemisphere that is responsible for analytical thinking, and vitamin C helps ferrum to ingest better. They can serve as an ideal snack instead of sweets.
  8. Aubergine – its rind has a dark antioxidant pigment anthocyanin that stimulates preserving necessary fat in membranes of brain cells protecting them from destruction.
  9. Chicken is good not only to strengthen your muscles but also to help your brain. It has a lot of group B vitamins (B2, B6 and B12) that brace nerves, improve memory, and eliminate depression and insomnia. Try to eat more boiled or baked chicken instead of those over roasted wings.
  10. Kiwi fruit has a daily portion of vitamin C. This powerful antioxidant protects our brain from Free radicals that deprave the effectiveness of memory and ability to render decisions. It perfectly goes in any fruit salad in the morning.
  11. Green peas will help you to resist decline of your memory, concentration and mood by virtue of thiamine or vitamin B1. It is better to choose fresh or frozen green peas, add them to the salad or stews.
  12. Mussels have much vitamin B12 and zinc that facilitates neurotransmission in the body, participates in intensive work of brain divisions responding for emotions, memory, instincts and sleeping.
  13. Grapes will supply you with epicatechin. This polyphenol amplifies cerebral blood supply. Also, it has anthocyanin pigment. Moreover, they are an ideal option if you want something sweet.
  14. Laminaria is iodine containing champion. If you lack this chemical element, you get jaded nerves, irritancy, depression and memory defects. Today you can buy special sea salt with laminaria added.
  15. Prawns are rich in vitamin D. Insufficiency of vitamin D results in distemper and cognitive deterioration of the brain at the beginning. Later it can cause even confusional insanity and Alzheimer’s. And they have a lot of protein to make you feel full even after a small portion.
  16. Red bean also contains much protein and carbohydrates that help to regulate blood sugar level what is highly important for normal mental functioning. Moreover, dishes with red bean are very nourishing and you won’t eat much of them.
  17. Nuts (almond, hazelnut, pistachio, walnut and other) include a lot of group B vitamins and vitamin E that prevent destruction of brain cells and memory impairment. Fatty acids in nuts along with vitamins, amino acids, zinc and magnesium enhance the brain functions.
  18. Carrot has beta-carotene that slows down aging processes in brain and interferes cellular breakage attacked by free radicals. Cut several carrots as TV snack instead of crisps or popcorn.
  19. Pumpkin seeds are full of healthy fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6, vitamins A and E and zinc. This precious composition helps us to keep our brain young and vivid as long as possible.
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