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7 Foods That Boost Brain Power

Healthy eating affects you in many ways, and its benefits go way beyond weight loss and glowing skin. Eating the right foods can actually also improve your brain health and boost brain power.

Interesting right? Keep reading to discover the top 7 foods that work wonders when it comes to brain health.


7 Foods That Boost Brain Power!



7 Foods That Boost Brain Power!

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Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is one of the healthiest foods on the planet, specifically when it comes to boosting brain health. It increases the ability of the neurons of the brain to use energy, and also reduces the production of free radicals which tend to harm the brain. In addition, it provides the brain a good dose of saturated fat which is essential for its integrity and function.



Blueberries are chock full of antioxidants which fight free radicals that cause brain damage, and in turn, boost brain health. They also help reduce inflammation, which is known to be the biggest trigger for all major brain disorders.



Turmeric works on similar lines- it helps tackle inflammation in the body and improves immunity and boosts brain health. Ancient texts going back to 3000 years have mentioned the benefits of this wonderful herb.



You may be surprised at this one making it to the list, but yeah there’s a lot more to kimchi than just better gut health. This fermented dish is packed full of healthy bacteria which promote brain health.



Walnuts are rich in a number of different nutrients that are essential to brain function including omega 3 fatty acids, copper, manganese, fiber (for the gut bacteria that support brain health) and vitamin E.



You may not love this one, but try to find ways to sneak it into your meals for a brain boost. Apparently, it is a rich source of sulforaphane which is a chemical concerned with detoxification and also helps reduce inflammation and controls the action of free radicals in the brain. 

Try Lightened Up Broccoli Salad, Chicken and Broccoli Braid, or Scalloped Ham, Potato and Broccoli Casserole



Just like fatty fish, almonds also provide the body a rich dose of omega 3 fatty acids and vitamin E, both of which work wonderfully in increasing brain power. Munch on a handful of ‘em as a healthy snack option.

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Tracy Iseminger

Tracy is a busy mother to 2 girls, 3 dogs, 5 cats, and 17 chickens! Her adventures in cooking led her to create Daily Dish Magazine. She has a passion for pairing food with travel and wine. She is Marketing Director at Crimson Vine Marketing, Social Media Specialist at Cougar Digital Marketing, and a Dental Hygienist in her spare time... but her favorite thing to do is spend time with her family.

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