Foods to Prevent Dementia and Alzheimer's

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All of us must have heard about ‘Brain Foods’ which can help improve memory, and boost intelligence. Very little research has actually established a direct relationship between these foods and actual cognitive ability. However, there are some foods that have been labelled good for cell growth. And as these foods enhance cell production and physical well-being, they are considered to be good contributors toward a smart working mind. Given below are some brain foods, which will help you increase your mental agility…

Whole grains
Include a diet of wholegrain foods like cereals, wheat bran and whole wheat pasta. Whole grains include glucose, which is beneficial for cell regeneration.

If you are a seafood lover, then this is just going to add to your happiness. Oysters include zinc and iron which makes your mind sharp, recollection process faster and helps you to stay focused.

Blueberries are rich in antioxidants, which help avoid radical damage and helps keep a sense of balance and synchronization as you age.

Nuts like almonds, cashews and walnuts are a rich source of antioxidants and fatty acids.

Indian tea lovers have another reason to smile as tea contains Catechins, which help rejuvinate your mind and relax it. 

Cherries have two important properties-oxidation and inflammation, which plays a huge role in reducing the risk of ailments ranging from heart disease to dementia.
Eating fish like salmon and tuna helps in the growth of the brain as they are full of proteins and calcium. 

Tomatoes are rich in lycopene, which helps to protect against the damage done to the cells, and reduce the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s.

Eggs are full of vitamin B12 and choline – this aids in building brain cells thus improving memory. 

Flax seeds
Flax seeds are rich in omega 3. Omega 3 is vital for the functioning of the brain. It help in keeping the cerebral cortex – the vital portion of the brain sharp and steady, which aids in dispensation of sensory information faster. 

Broccoli is loaded with nutrients like vitamin K, which is considered to help improve brain power and overall cognitive tasks.

Lean beef
Lean beef is a source of iron, vitamin B12 and zinc, which helps to uphold a vigorous memory and neural tissue as we age.
The amino acids present in yoghurt help deal with stress.  

Although too much chocolate is not good for health, dark chocolate is great for your brain. Chocolates include flavonols which help to increase the blood flow to the brain. 

Coffee aids in reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia, as it’s rich in caffeine and antioxidants. However, like chocolate, coffee intake should be controlled as well.

The fat in avocados upholds blood flow so that your mind functions at its peak, and also reduces blood pressure.

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