Walnuts; Walnuts contain high amounts of antioxidants, which some researchers say may combat the damage to brain cells’ DNA caused by free radicals in our bodies.
Carrots; Carrots have a high level of luteolin, which could reduce age-related memory deficits and inflammation in the brain, according to a study published in 2010 in the Journal Nutrition. Olive oil, peppers and celery are also high in luteolin.
Berries; Adding some vitamin-rich berries to your diet may not be a bad idea if you want to improve your memory, according to several studies.
Fish; Studies have shown that eating fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids could help slow typical cognitive decline that comes with age.
Coffee & Tea; Studies have shown they may prevent Alzheimer’s disease and improve cognitive function.
Spinach; The green leafy vegetable is loaded with vitamins C and E, which, studies have shown, help to improve cognitive abilities.
To read more: http://www.myhealthnewsdaily.com/758-best-foods-brain-health.html Amanda Chan, MyHealthNewsDaily Staff Writer