Boost Your Memory by Food

You start a new course, you arrive review period, you feel your memory more deficient in general …

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If you need an infallible memory, it’s your brain that will have to take care, because memory is a faculty (whose headquarters is located in the brain) and not a body by itself!

For optimal functioning of your brain (and thus a good memory) you must make sure your lifestyle in general and especially to your diet.

Give your brain a sensible daily diet, nutrients and micronutrients that are necessary: ​​proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals and trace elements.

Most importantly, you will insist on foods:

– Phosphorus, Calcium, Magnesium and Manganese which act on the nerve cell.

– Vitamin D, since it helps the absorption of phosphorus and calcium.

– B group vitamins (including vitamin B12 in particular) for their regulatory action of the nervous system.

– Vitamin D (choline), a precursor of acetylcholine (a neurotransmitter that contributes to transmission between neurons), which is involved in memory processes.

– Glucose: essential fuel of the brain.

– Essential fatty acids (polyunsaturated) that protect the cerebral arteries.

To help, here is a menu type, specific brain function and a good memory ;-):

For breakfast:
– Whole grains with dairy
– Some oil seeds: Almonds – Hazelnuts
– A hot drink
– A fresh fruit

At noon:
– Salad of beetroot
Fenugreek + Seeds germinated or Alfalfa
+ Drizzle of walnut oil
– A fried egg
– A square of chocolate
– 1 slice of bread

Evening:
– Salad of baby spinach, watercress
+ Oilseeds: Almonds – Hazelnuts
+ Drizzle of walnut oil
– Whole wheat pasta
+ A bit of grated cheese
+ Tomato sauce
– A cooked fruit

The golden rule is to change up your diet to avoid deficiencies, to be careful with cooking methods that destroy vitamins and trace elements, choosing whole foods and consume materials
fat in moderation.

Remember to oxygenate your brain with regular outdoor exercise such as walking, for example.