Your Brain Needs These 8 Foods!

Certain foods are known to have positive effects on your memory and to help with brain function. Like any other muscle, organ or body part, the brain requires certain nutrients to function properly. Eating foods that contain high levels of those nutrients will help the brain work properly. Below, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best brain foods in existence, so you can be sure your cranium is functioning at full capacity!

1. Avocados

One of the best brain foods out there are avocados. Avocados contain the right fats and omegas that increase blood flow to the brain and help lower cholesterol.

2. Broccoli

Broccoli is known as a super food for the fact that it does so much good stuff for the body. The big thing broccoli does to help brain function is remove heavy metals from the blood, which in turn aids in brain function.

3. Dark Chocolate

Yes, that is correct—chocolate is good for your brain. Dark chocolate improves blood flow which is great for your memory and cognition.

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4. Red Cabbage

Red cabbage, apart from just being tasty and good for the bowels, contains nutrients that are good for both the brain and the heart.

5. Tomatoes

Tomatoes are excellent brain food, as they are known for being good in fighting dementia and improving mood swings.

6. Almonds

Almonds and other nuts, such as walnuts, are known for helping to prevent dementia and just generally improving brain function. Nuts contain many essential, healthy nutrients that brains and bodies need.

7. Spinach

Ever wonder why Popeye would eat his spinach before attempting to save the day? Well, spinach is another super food, and has a powerful impact on preventing or delaying dementia. It is also high in folate, an essential nutrient for brain function.

8. Beans

Beans and legumes truly are magical for all that they do for the body and brain. Like spinach, beans are loaded with folate to promote brain health, and are also packed with those good omega acids. As an added benefit, they help keep your glucose levels steady.

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