5 Foods To Boost Your Memory And Ability To Learn.


During the last decades, scientists have shown that everything we eat and drink have a huge impact on the health of our brain, the reason why, it is always recommended to have the right food in order to boost the brain functions for the short and long term, since this organ consume about 20 percent of the body’s calories, so it needs a high quality food and nutrients to stay healthy, repair brain cells, reduce stress and inflammation, and so on!

The list below contains Healthy foods that are suitable for any gender at any age in any moment…

Nuts & Seeds:

The nuts and seeds are full of Omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants, which makes them good for the brain to build and repair its cells, and that’s what a study done in 2014 shows that, for especially older people, the brain performance can be affected positively by a higher overall nut intake.


Dark chocolate:

I mean who doesn’t love chocolate? Well, chocolate are made our of cacao, and this has a good amount of flavonoids, which is a type of antioxidants, same as berries that we discussed before, and that’s what a review that has been done in 2013, shows that chocolate improve blood vessel growth and encourage neuron in a part that is responsible for memory and learning.



Once we hear coffee, we automatically remember caffeine, and how powerful to help with concentration, boost energy, and improve the focus, research shows that caffeine play main role in stopping a substance in the brain, and it’s called “adenosine”, which is responsible for feeling sleepy and tired. Caffeine is also responsible for increasing the brain entropy, which helps us process more and more information.



Where the unsaturated fat live, this fruit can also have a good impact on our brain, as it can reduce the blood pressure which is linked with cognitive decline, so if you eat avocados, you will immediately lower the cognitive decline, you can also find unsaturated fat in cashews, peanuts, almonds, canola oils, soybean, fish and chia seeds.


Berries are really my favorite ones, it contains flavonoids and have a positive impact on our memory, it can help improve your learning and maintain the power of your brain, researchers found that women who consumers berries 2 or more times per week, can delay memory decline by up to two and half year.

As researchers studies has shown, berries contain a high amount of flavonoid antioxidants, which can help not only with reducing the risk of cancer, stroke, heart-attack, but also protect our brains from any potential danger, maintain the connection between brain cells, delay or reduce the cognitive decline and flavonoid antioxidants, and finally reduce the inflammation.

Green and leafy vegetables:

Yeah, we know that a lot of people aren’t really big fan of leafy vegetables, and that’s a problem actually, since this kind of vegetables are full of brain-healthy nutrients like vitamin K, lutein, folate, and beta carotene, and those can be found in kale, spinach, collards, and broccoli for example, so we highly recommend you have them on your daily meals.


All the fatty fish are full of omega 3 fatty acids, which is an unsaturated fat that can help lower blood levels of beta-amyloid and also reduce the signs of being affected by Alzheimer, and that’s why researchers suggest to eat fish twice a week, and preferably different kind of fish such as salmon, cod, canned light tuna, and pollack.

Bottom line

As there are many other type of foods that can help our brain function, such as eggs, kale, soy products, broccoli … and more, we decided to concentrate on those 5 essentials that have different source of good element to the brain, the reason why, we highly recommend you eat those food at least 4 times per week, to, not only, help your brain for a better function, but also reduce the risk of cancer, stroke, Alzheimer and the Parkinson issues, so have them and inform your family and friends about them.

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Written by Korey

Korey is a journalist covering all things health and wellness. She specializes in mental and behavioral health and is endlessly fascinated with the human mind. Her definition of wellness includes yoga, mindfulness meditation, and being around animals as much as possible.

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