Brain Food by Anna Herman

Brain Food by Anna Herman

Oily fish and avocados – there is some evidence that suggests that foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids can be protective against memory loss and Alzheimer’s Dementia, and may regulate inflammation, which could potentially benefit the treatment of depression.
Blueberries, tomatoes, and dark chocolate – these foods are rich in antioxidants, which may protect the brain from damage caused by free radicals.
Tea – stimulating alertness and focus with caffeine, and providing a healthy dose of antioxidants
Eggs – choline, the precursor to acetylcholine is vital to the development of brain function, and increases memory.
*disclaimer: research in the field of nutritional neuroscience is young, and there is no such thing as a superfood!

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