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The Best Foods To Boost Brain Function And Memory

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With everything that’s been going on, we need our bodies to be in tip-top shape. And considering the work-from-home set up implemented by most businesses and institutions, the stress our minds get from managing so much at home is alarming. Thus, taking extra care of our brain health is a must.

 

 

Apart from being one of your most used organs, the brain is responsible for maintaining concentration. Without it, focusing on your to-do list and other tasks for the day would be a struggle. To help you support it, take these brain foods everyday to promote better brain function and, at the same time, instill healthy habits for life.

 

 

Oily and fatty fish

 

 

 

 

This type of fish proves to be a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, which can positively affect a person’s cognitive abilities. Omega-3 is a nutrient that helps in nurturing the brain and nerve cells for better learning and improved memory. Salmon, canned-light tuna, and cod are some of the fishes with a good amount of Omega-3.

 

 

Berries 

 

 

 

 

Berries are fruits rich in vitamins and minerals that are good for the body, making them a superfood. What makes them good for the brain is the antioxidants it contains, like anthocyanin, catechin, and caffeic acid. These nutrients help in improving brain cell communication and reduce age-related cognitive diseases

 

 

Nuts and seeds

 

 



Sunflower seeds, almonds, and hazelnuts- these are great sources of vitamin E, which helps prevent cell damage. According to a 2014 study, vitamin E has been found to help improve cognitive processes and reduce risks of oxidative stress, which is a major cause of neurodegeneration. 



Coffee

 

 

 

 

Coffee is a drink usually taken to aid concentration and to keep awake. Much to everyone’s surprise, it is also good for increasing the brain’s processing capacity. It is also a good source of antioxidants like other food items previously mentioned. In fact, a study has found the effects of coffee to be beneficial to brain health (as long as consumed only at 400 mg daily). It’s said to reduce risks of stroke, cognitive decline, and age-related diseases.

 


There are many more foods you can try to help boost brain function and memory. Just make sure to keep them as fresh as possible to reap maximum nutritional benefits. With Beko’s HarvestFresh technology, you won’t have to stress about your bought produce going to waste. This feature helps preserve vitamins in your fruits and vegetables three times longer, so you can enjoy living a healthier lifestyle with no worries.

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