Can your diet affect your memory?
Well, yes. Just read about the side-effects from using aspartame in my book Sweet Poison.
So, your diet DOES affect your memory.
Studies at the Cleveland Clinic show that the quality of your diet can influence your risk of cognitive health, including memory and thinking.
Research monitoring people up to five years showed that those with the healthiest diets were 24 percent less likely to have cognitive decline than those with the least healthy diets. Reports on poor diets showed a potential risk factor for cardiovascular disease and Alzheimer’s that were connected to diet.
Foods For Brain Health
Here’s a short list of foods that help boost your memory:
- Leafy green vegetables;
- Salmon and other cold-water fish;
- Berries and dark-skinned fruits;
- Coffee (yes, coffee);
- Extra virgin olive oil;
- Cold-pressed virgin coconut oil.
It’s safe to say that your diet is playing a role in your brain health over time.
So, don’t forget to add the foods listed above to your daily diet!
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