10 Must Eat Foods For Your Brain Will Love

Being an adult having to make important decisions on a daily basis is a strenuous ordeal. So keeping your brain sharp by putting the right food in your body becomes an essential trait to learn. This is important in gaining the edge you need to continue on.

Many people don’t realize that eating poorly not only affects your body, but your brain too. Changing your diet in order to give your brain the right fuel it needs can go a long way into being a more productive human and professional. There are many tasty things you can eat, that you’ve probably never have eaten before.

To understand how to adopt a better eating habit, we’ve compiled a list of 10 must eat foods that’ll improve both your mental and physical health.

Eat Oily Fish

Oily fish like Salmon carries essential fatty acids that aren’t produced by the body, so they must be obtained through diet. Fish oil tablets are another option as well.

Leafy Dark Green Vegetables

Remember when mom said “eat your vegetables”? Well, leafy veggies like kale, collard greens, spinach, and broccoli help keep those memories in your brain.

Snack Dark Red and Purple Fruits

Snacking on different types of dark red and purple fruits like blueberries, raspberries and pomegranates gives your brain antioxidants and anthocyanins.

Eat Tomatoes

Tomatoes are strange because they’re considered a fruit. However, they carries an important antioxidant called lycopene, which helps fight dementia.

Eat More Pumpkin Seeds

Next time you cut yourself a new jack-o-lantern for Halloween, make sure you save the seeds, as they’re rich in zinc.

Add Sage to Your Recipes.
Think about adding some sage to some of your dishes in the future. This added ingredient carries oils that help improve memory and concentration.

Snack on Some Nuts

Nuts carry vitamin E, which many nutritionists believe help to prevent cognitive decline found with the elderly.

Eat More Oily Salad Dressings. This is another food rich in vitamin E that can prevent cognitive deterioration.

More Avocado, Please!

Avocado is the Earth’s nectar. It’s not only tasty, but it goes with everything. Avocado is a rich source of vitamin E.

Eat More Sunflower Seeds

Wrack up on some more sunflower seed packs. Eating one ounce contains 30 percent of the recommended daily intake for vitamin E.

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Mike Davidson
 

Mike Davidson has been in the real estate business since early 2000s. Presently, he works as a real estate coach helping agents and brokerages achieve their goals whilst teaching them a panoply of new technologies, office and team management and how to cope with their job pressure.