8 Simple Foods That Help You Keep Your Brain Healthy

We are very choosy when it comes to food. You check hotel and restaurant reviews many times before you decide to get in. The technology has seen a paradigm shift in the past decade. And, it has brought a sudden change in our lifestyle.

A category that possesses personality traits and characteristics that are far Fast food replaced the centuries-old traditional healthy food. The concept of food today is more taste-oriented than been health-oriented. Besides, the modernization has brought in more laze than ever. Life is getting smarter but at the cost of your health.

Majority of the health ailments that we suffer from are due to under-nourishment. These ailments eventually affect your brain. Also, the average age of people suffering from memory-related problems is coming down to 40s. Cases of Alzheimer’s Syndrome, Dementia, Amnesia and many more are on the rise. It won’t be a surprise to know that people as young as thirty-four are suffering from weaker memory power. Nutritionists suggest that this needs to be catered to right away. You would want to read further on simple tips to improve your memory.

Why wait for your doctor to prescribe memory enhancing medication? Here’s a list of 8 simple foods that help you keep your brain healthy –



Now many would agree that walnut looks like a brain. But eating it really helps your brain. They are like the memory-boosters for your brain. The walnuts have natural plant-based Omega-3 or good fats that enrich your brain. Also, it is important in healing the brain quickly. Next time you planning to go on a stroll, take a few walnuts in your pockets. Pop them in when you feel like munching on something.



Why keep on popping those cod-liver oil pills when you can have tasty fish? Another omega-3 rich food to enhance your memory is fish! Fry it, steam it, cook it, grill it and eat it! Next time you eat out, why not try some salmon or mackerel? You just found one reason to taste these delicacies.



One of the most preferred beverages in the world, Coffee is one great stimulant for your brain. But that doesn’t mean you need to go binge-drinking the coffee. In actuality, the antioxidants in the Coffee stimulates good blood flow to your brain. Nutritionists suggest that coffee helps boost your brain. But you need to follow a strict healthy diet for the coffee to help your brain.



Every Indian is well-aware of turmeric. Haldi in Hindi, turmeric is the most common spice found in Indian households. It is used in food for its health-related benefits. It is also used as a traditional ayurvedic anti-septic and healing medicine. But few know that turmeric contains a component that goes by the name curcumin. It is one of the most naturally occurring neuroprotective components found in nature. Its use helps in the brain receiving more oxygen, thus staying alert more effectively.

Flax seeds


One of the ingredients that complete the Indian masalas are flax seeds. Flax seeds or linseeds are a powerhouse of nutrients for your brain. It is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids. It also has magnesium which helps in boosting your brain’s deductive powers.



Though not a regular green vegetable in the Indian diet, broccoli is widely suggested as brain food. Broccoli is rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin K and Choline. Apart from enhancing your memory, it helps in healing your brain’s internal injuries.



Celery or commonly known as Ajwain in India helps in tackling age-related memory loss. It also contains Luteolin, which calms and prevents inflammation in your brain. It is an important ingredient of Indian Masalas. But it is also consumed as a green leafy vegetable. 

Dark Chocolate


Don’t be surprised. Yes, dark chocolate helps in improving your memory power. The dark chocolate has caffeine in it. It helps in improving the blood flow to the brain. Also, its anti-oxidizing characteristics help in maintaining healthy mental activity.

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