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Boost Brain Health With These Top Foods From Your Kitchen

Good food combined with exercise and sleep can work wonders for your brain health.

Updated: May 6, 2019 11:40 AM IST

By Upneet Pansare

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Just like how eating the right kind of food makes a difference to your weight, to your skin, to your liver, kidney and other parts of your body, the correct kind of nutrition can be of immense help to your brain. This is why as kids, we were always asked to eat almonds, to help us study, memorise and score better. But along with almonds, there are many others that are extremely good for the brain. You must make sure you have these daily to sharpen your memory. Did you know that certain foods can improve your brain health can also reduce the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease? Eat these brain-friendly foods daily:

Apples contain antioxidant quercetin which can help free radicals and oxidative damage that is bad for your brain. An apple a day, in this case, could actually help keep Alzheimer’s Disease and other diseases related to cognitive decline away.

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Berries have plenty of antioxidants that are excellent for your brain health. This is why a handful of berries like blueberries and blackberries is highly recommended for good brain health.

Cinnamon is one of the important foods that can help fight the degradation of brain cells. Even other spices and herbs like turmeric and rosemary can help improve blood circulation in the brain, keeping it healthy, young and active.

Oily fish like salmon, tuna, mackerel and others that contain high amounts of omega 3 fatty acids are some of the best foods for the brain. Walnuts, too, are considered very valuable for brain health and should be eaten daily along with almonds.

While the right kind of food can certainly help your brain, you must make sure that you supplement healthy eating with exercise and good sleep as well. Several studies have shown that exercise and sufficient sleep can help your brain and mental health.

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