Top Five Brain Food for Sharper Memory: Brain Super Food

As you get older, your memory goes for a toss. Eating right food will you help keeping your memory sharp?

As you get older, your memory goes for a toss. Eating right food will you help keeping your memory sharp?

 Can’t find your keys … again? Whether your momentary memory loss is linked to doing too many things at once or just a bad case of menopausal brain fog, you don’t have to put up with it.

Studies suggest that natural chemicals in these foods, spices, and drinks combat cognitive decline.

Here is a list of some of the foods that help us keep our memory active and sharp.


: Asparagus is the highest tested food containing glutathione, which is considered one of the body’s most potent anticarcinogens and antioxidants.


Blueberries: Nature’s ’superfood’ – boosts concentration and memory up to five hours later.


Cocoa: This amazing, hedonistic bean is one of the world’s longest-revered foods (think ‘time of the Aztecs’ old) and has in recent years been shown to be a veritable powerhouse of cognitive enhancement, mood and bliss-enhancement


Coffee: the coffee bean, much like the cacao bean, is incredibly rich with antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins and minerals. Fresh-ground gently roasted coffee bean powder (again, like with cacao) has numerous brain and body health benefits. Regular coffee consumption has been shown to actually reduce the risk of mental decline and diseases such as Dementia and Alzheimer’s,


Salmon: Wild salmon is not only an incredible food for brain health, it qualifies as incredible across virtually every other health standard as well and is clearly one of the healthiest foods that one can eat. one of the best sources of Essential Fatty Acids (such as the all-important Omega-3), a rich source of high-quality non-land animal protein, low saturated fat, generally among the lowest amounts of contaminants (such as mercury) among seafood, and other health properties — wild salmon can help do everything from improve your brain matter, your mood, your synaptic connections, your arteries, reduce your risk of stroke and Dementia and Alzheimer’s and much more.

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  1. This is great! Thanks for the information. I need this food. :)

  2. Very good and informative article nice tips

  3. good

  4. Fantastic! I eat lots of blueberries, drink coffee in the morning and eat salmon often during the week.

  5. Interesting information. I do eat salmon a lot.

  6. great.thanks

  7. Thanks MarcoP

  8. Thanks isloooboy

  9. Thanks CHIPMUNK

  10. Thankx 4 sharing.

  11. very informative post………

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