Food for smarties

Intelligence is a virtue of few and it is something you’re born with, science has proven. But, you can get the best out of your intelligence and brain functions also by implementing a special diet – it is also scientifically proven that different food have different impact on the brain and the thinking process and its length. It is a worldwide known fact that chocolate, especially dark chocolate boosts the brain function in a minute, even more than coffee does, but do you know other foods that boost your brain function?

Here’s a list.

  • The substance choline – this substance is essential for the “relationship” between the cells in our body and the exchange of information in the inner communication of our cells. Normally, for the brain functioning as well. Foods rich in chlorine are eggs and dairy products – but beware of your cholesterol as well!

  • Omega 3 fatty acids – are given to infants as a supplement from the very beginning in a form of drops, but as we grow older and start eating a variety of foods, we don’t need these supplements anymore, which can be found in fish, mostly sardines, and also avocado. These omega 3 fatty acids, especially the DHA group of them improves and increases the creation of grey matter in our brain – the part where the thinking process and consciousness happens
  • Currants – these fruits, such as blackcurrant can help the rejuvenation and regeneration of the brain cells. Blackcurrant juice is an obligatory natural therapy for people who suffered a stroke

  • Folic acid (Vitamin B9) – is proven to regenerate the nerve cells in a study that targeted chronic alcoholics. Foods rich in folic acids are: spinach, broccoli, oranges, liver (especially chicken liver), legumes and whole grains. So, these foods should be implemented on a daily bases for everyone – not just for pregnant woman, who take folic avid obligatory

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/11-brain-foods

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/324044

https://www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/foods-linked-to-better-brainpower

 

 

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