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Healthy Foods to Improve Your Memory

Healthy Foods for Memory

Leading a healthy lifestyle can cause so many benefits and that includes helping improve your memory. This is a very important aspect because if you will not take certain steps in order to nurture it, you may end up with disorders that are associated with this function of your brain.  Your memory is your brain’s ability to encode information, retain and store them and recall vital data whenever needed.

There are many things that you can do to help your brain perform at its best.  This can be achieved by avoiding unhealthy behavior like drinking too much alcoholic beverages, smoking and turning to drugs. You must learn how to control your behavior if you can’t stop immediately.  Exercising also helps in giving your brain good supply of oxygen.  This will enhance its performance and will make you remember things easier. It is also a must to get enough rest and good amount of sleep.  The way you think will be altered if you are tired, especially if you only got few hours of sleep that may leave you feeling weak and unable to think straight.

There are exercises that you can do to help improve your brain.  You can resort to various card games that promote such benefit.  You can also be active in learning new things all the time.  This allows the neurons in your brain to continuously rewire itself known as neuroplasticity.  You must also engage in different exercises and physical activities that will help regulate the blood circulation in your brain.  According to Dr. Roger Sperry (Nobel Prize Recipient for Brain Research) stated “90% of the stimulation and nutrition to the brain is generated by movement of the spine”.  You must also learn how to control your emotions, especially the stress that you feel as a result of thinking too much about your problems.  Depression causes a major impact on one’s memory as well as emotional instability.

Eating Right    You must eat right for your brain to function well.  By eating right, it means that you have to eat the kinds of foods that are healthy in proportions that will help you stay fit and vigorous.  Here are some foods that can help you achieve the goal of attaining better memory.

  1. Dry Almonds. Nuts contain healthy good fats that you can incorporate in your diet. These seeds contain an abundant source of Vitamin E, an antioxidant that helps out in improving your memory as you grow older.  Other rich sources of Vitamin E include hazelnut, spinach, kiwi, broccoli, mango and sunflower seeds.
  1. Wild Caught Salmon. This contains a lot of Omega-3 fatty acids that are important in developing your brain and helping it function better.  Such Omega-3s can also be found in halibut, sea bass, avocados, coconut oil, winter squash, flaxseed and walnuts.
  1. Organic Blueberries. These are rich in phytochemical elements that can affect one’s memory in a very good way. These are also good for your overall health.
  1. Lean grass fed beef. This is rich in iron that will help boost your memory if taken in moderate proportions.

The #1 Asset Is Your HEALTH!

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Imagine your life full of abundant energy and low stress.  Imagine living that life without dependency on medications, free of medical debt, and without the burden of disease or pain.  You were created to live the life of your dreams and to fulfill your purpose during the short time you have on earth.  But, in order to be able to have all of that, you must first answer the question…What is my greatest asset?

Your greatest asset is your HEALTH!

Your health should be your #1 asset than anything else.  It doesn’t matter how much money you may have or how much power you have, once you loose your health…You loose it all.

As Americans, we have adopted the “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it” mentality with our most important asset.  We think that just because we don’t have any symptoms we’re healthy, this is simply not true.  We hear or read about all the time of marathon runners dropping dead after their race or the father who felt fine, no symptoms, drops dead of a heart attack at the age of 41.

We have become a reactive society of not taking care of our health on a daily basis, waiting until sickness and disease has devastated our bodies.  We need to take a proactive approached of “whatever it takes” mentality of maximizing our God-given health potential.  Preventing us from sickness and disease.

Society shows us on T.V., magazine covers, or in the movies, that our greatest asset is success and wealth or material things.  Unfortunately, in most cases, it’s only when someone we know dies, or at the end of someones life, or if something tragically happens to you, is when we start thinking that health is our greatest asset.

We need to know and believe when we wake up every single day…What are we doing today to invest in our most important asset…

Which is your Health!