4 Powerhouse Foods for a Much-Needed Memory Boost


Memory BoostEven the young folks struggle with memory. There is so much to juggle and keep track of, who among us couldn’t use a little memory-boost assistance.

Even with the much-needed assistance of planners and calendars attached to every device, remembering every little detail that makes our lives flow better is something we all need to invest in. Our memory is the stronghold of our experiences, references, ideas, and emotions. Food is a natural source of memory boosting compounds and enzymes. You have to eat, right? Eating to fuel our memory is one of the best reasons I can think of. I bet you’ll find several of your favorites on this list below:

TEA: As I sip my tea, I’m discovering how healthy tea is for your memory. Tea is rich in polyphenols, antioxidants found to provide assistance in memory and overall cognitive function. In addition, tea may help inhibit the activity of enzymes that are linked to the development of Alzheimer’s Disease.

BEETS: Beets are starting to grow in popularity because they are finally getting the accolades and attention they deserve. They are high on the list for collagen production, which we begin to lose in our twenties. Foods rich in nitrates help increase blood flow, helping protect your brain from dementia, an incredibly painful brain disease. One of the first and most noticeable signs of dementia is the loss of memory.

ROSEMARY: Herbs, including rosemary and oregano help reduce inflammation in the body. The scent of rosemary also benefits memory and recognition.

SUNFLOWER SEEDS: Sunflower seeds are rich in omega-3 fatty acids as well as vitamin E, which has been shown to help protect your brain. Try adding a tablespoon to your daily diet.

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Melissa, Editorial Director

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