Jul
15

Top 5 Brain Health Foods for Increased Memory, Concentration & Attention Span!

Posted by Debankur Banerjee Comments (25)

Here’s a transcript of the video: A complete and balanced diet is probably the most sound advice, but some specific types of food are especially good for brain health. Here are a few of the best: Fish: ***** The original brain food contains lots of omega-3 fatty acids and fish oils, especially cold water fish like salmon and cod. Omega-3s are beneficial in a number of ways, including promoting neuronal growth, improved cholesterol, and fortification of myelin sheaths which facilitate communication between neurons. Vegetables: ************ This is a great source of antioxidants, which may reduce the risk of developing cognitive impairment by diminishing oxidative stress. Spinach, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, and cauliflower are among the top candidates. Fruits: ******* Like vegetables, fruits are rich in antioxidants. However, fruit tastes better. Some of your healthiest options are blueberries, blackberries, cranberries, strawberries, raspberries, plums, avocados, oranges, red grapes, red bell peppers, cherries and kiwis. Water: ******* Be sure to get enough to keep your body and brain hydrated. Dehydration can cause a headache now, and can lead to long-term neuronal damage sustained from elevated stress hormones. Chocolate: ************ Last (and arguably least beneficial) is cocoa beans, which contain the flavanol epicatechin and antioxidants. Dark chocolate is best, and avoid candy bars with lots of added sugars. Also, recent research suggests that chocolate can improve
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25 Responses to “Top 5 Brain Health Foods for Increased Memory, Concentration & Attention Span!”

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  4. Vishwa Nathan says:

    Very informative video. Thanks for posting!!!

  5. CohenBrain says:

    Some types of fish do not have that danger. For example fresh water fish can’t get affected by mercury. In India you can get such fishes. If you are in India that is.

  6. CohenBrain says:

    Coffee in mild levels are proven to enhance our organ’s functionality. Coffee is good when taken moderately.

  7. HairLikeCottonCandy says:

    Chocolate not only is too fatty per serving, but has caffiene, a stimulant. For some people that will increase anxiety levels, ect. Best to stick with the fruits, veggies, and perhaps butter for fats.

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  10. jamilsuriel says:

    lol true

  11. MegaTinytank says:

    oh i thought that said contipation

  12. greg4161 says:

    best to avoid tuna and switch to cold water fish, ie salmon and cod. Tuna is a long living fish high in mercury content

  13. encontrosmusicais says:

    brain games= hyptnotism

  14. Dolphidood says:

    Generally all the expensive shit.

  15. LocoRico89 says:

    My best advice is work on it, play mind games, such as sudoku, crossword puzzles and etc. This also helps your brain in ways, try different bends with your food, such as ketchup on ice cream or salmon on avocados. Sound gross huh? But it helps ya brain 🙂

  16. 5311448 says:

    i follow all these tips and i’m still not smart… i guess it doesn’t work on everybody…

  17. Mastermax888 says:

    It sucks for the people who are allergic to some of this type of foods -_-

  18. tyeshabx2810 says:

    indeed I Eat tuuna Samwitches!

  19. ernesdee2o916 says:

    So is that why Asians are so smart because of all the fish, fruit, and veggies they eat? I’m Asian and I’m not trying to be funny or stir anything up. It just kinda popped into my head when I saw all the food that most Asians typically eat thats all. =) Well, other than the chocolate. Good video.

  20. shalimarsgirl says:

    Thanks for the info on this vital subject. My research into the top foods for brain had some surprises - 1. fish should be ‘wild’ salmon …2. non-alkalized cocoa powder from high quality source or dark chocolate 75% high in cocoa,low sugar …3. Matcha stone-ground Japanese green tea …4. Acai berries & blueberries …5. coffee beans – pure Espresso coffee Still learning.

  21. MercMaster101 says:

    stay away from gmo farmed salmon (mutant fish) Because of genetically modified salmon, there may not be any salmon in the future

  22. MercMaster101 says:

    ava-a-cod-as ^^

  23. kpmonkeygirl says:

    Water? I have never heard of that! Gosh! Fish, why is it always fish? GREAT! I LOVE FISH!
    

  24. kpmonkeygirl says:

    He said avocados wrong.
    

  25. repeatdreaming says:

    is there any kind of detrimental effect to eating lots of fish though? it does have a high mercury content, plus the health risks with raw fish and all…

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