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Having trouble remembering where you put your keys? If so, gobbling up some scrumptious treats may help.
Step 1: Eat vegetables
Eat your vegetables – studies show that vegetables can help keep you sharp. Some of the best include spinach, kale, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, eggplant, rhubarb, leeks, and broccoli.
Step 2: Ingest phytochemicals
Get a healthy dose of the phytochemicals anthocyanin and quercetin. Foods with anthocyanin include berries, grapes, and cabbage. Foods with quercetin include apples, onions, kale, tomatoes, broccoli, and apricots.
To avoid pesticide residue or harmful bacteria, make sure to thoroughly wash your fruits and veggies.
Step 3: Eat foods with folic acid
Get a healthy dose of folic acid. Foods rich with folic acid are whole-grain cereals, lentils, artichokes, oranges, spinach, and broccoli.
Step 4: Try fish
Nibble on some fish. Studies have shown that eating fish once a week produces a 10 percent slower decline in memory.
Try fish oil supplements. Fatty fish acids have been shown to improve memory tests and decrease the chances of Alzheimer’s.
Step 5: Eat carbohydrates
Eat carbohydrates. Our bodies break down carbohydrates into glucose, which fuels our brains and can help with memory improvement.
Did You Know?
People with amnesia or amnestic syndrome rarely completely forget who they are. Rather, they have trouble forming new memories or learning new things.
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