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Food to Improve Brain Memory

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Healthy eating lowers your risk of diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease, but it's not yet clear if that's true for Alzheimer’s disease as well.

“I can’t write a prescription for broccoli and say this will help yet, ” says Sam Gandy MD, PhD, the associate director of the Mount Sinai Medical Center Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, in New York City.

(The National Institutes of Health has said there is insufficient evidence that food, diet, or lifestyle will prevent Alzheimer’s disease. )

It is important to remember that healthy fats have an important role in protecting your brain function, according to Schneider. Omega-3 fatty acids are essential fats that play a key role in heart, joint and brain health. The Harvard School of Public Health recommends adding foods to your diet that are high in this healthy fat such as vegetable oils, fish, walnuts and other nuts, flax seeds and green, leafy vegetables. It’s not a lost cause though. Here are 9 foods that researchers think will keep your whole body including your brain healthy.

A study presented at a 2010 meeting of the American Chemical Society in Boston reported that eating berries may help prevent age-related memory loss and mental decline. Strawberries, blueberries and acai berries may help remove toxic proteins that accumulate and damage nerves in the brain. If left unchecked, these toxins can lead to degenerative brain diseases over time.

Julie Schneider M. D. , a neurologist at Rush University Medical Center advises that a deficiency in vitamin B-12 can cause memory issues, in some cases. Protect brain health, and boost your memory and concentration with foods that are rich in this vitamin. The University of Maryland Medical Center notes that you must get at least 2.4 micrograms of vitamin B12 per day. Foods that contain this water-soluble nutrient include organ meats, meats, poultry, eggs, milk and dairy and fortified breakfast cereals.

In this article you will get to know which food should eat to improve your brain Memory.

Eating only healthy food will not a good idea!! u should also know which food is beast for your health and Brain.

If you've ever misplaced your keys or forgotten why you walked into a room, there's no reason to be concerned. However, you should give serious thought to protecting your cognitive function with the right diet. Certain foods can help protect brain health, improve your memory and concentration levels and reduce your risk of degenerative brain diseases, such as Alzheimer's.

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