FOOD FOR BRAIN

Often people wonder which food is good for the brain and which is not. Today there are a large number of theories and teachings about proper nutrition, etc. Each of them has a grain of rationality. But if we talk about what kind of food is good for the brain, then the answer is simple – familiar to our area!

Brain food

Ideas that special foods brought from far away are good for health are wrong. The secret to choosing the right foods is pretty simple. In science there is such a thing as biogeocenosis. That is, in our area, we are part of a single system with microorganisms, soil elements and, accordingly, the products that grow here.

Thus, natural products grown in his area, to which he and his ancestors have become accustomed from childhood, are useful for a person. Top Brain Products:

Chocolate is rightfully an excellent assistant for active brain activity. This is due to: lecithin is a neurotransmitter substance. It is responsible for the transmission of nerve impulses to the brain, theobromine is a constituent part of the cocoa beans. Has antispasmodic properties – relieves cerebral vasospasm. Improves mood by forcing the brain to produce increased amounts of endorphins. Fast carbohydrates are essential for normal brain function. For a quick satiation of a fairly small piece of dark chocolate, so moderate consumption of bitter sweetness will stimulate the brain, and at the same time will not affect your slimness in any way.

Walnuts are especially beneficial. They contain B vitamins, without which our brain cannot function properly. Another essential vitamin is E, it prevents the destruction of brain cells, prevents memory from deteriorating with age. Fatty acids contained in nuts, along with vitamins and amino acids, zinc and magnesium, develop thinking and stimulate the brain.

Fish. Polyunsaturated fatty acids and omega-3 acids regulate cholesterol levels and improve the functioning of blood vessels cleared of cholesterol plaques. This means that all organs work better, especially the heart and brain, and the blood supply to the latter improves – the risk of age-related dementia caused by vascular diseases of the brain decreases.

Cranberry. Cranberries contain antioxidants that are designed to bind free radicals, thereby reducing the susceptibility to stroke. Free radicals are molecules that lack an electron. So they wander around the body in search of it. The only place where they can take it is to steal it from a neighboring cell. By binding free radicals, antioxidants allow the blood to properly nourish the vessels of our brain. So the benefits of cranberries for him are obvious. – sea cabbage. The iodine contained in it is simply an invaluable product for the brain. Namely – for the nervous system. – large-leaved beets and cabbage. The substances contained in these vegetables destroy enzymes that, in large quantities, lead to the development of Alzheimer’s disease and a decrease in cognitive function. But unbalanced nutrition is really a problem for the brain. It is this that leads to the formation of plaques and inflammation in the walls of blood vessels and, as a result, in parts of the brain. Does alcohol harm the brain? It is believed that any amount of it kills nerve cells. In fact, in small doses, alcohol does not harm the brain. But what is the normal amount? Much depends on the culture of drinking alcoholic beverages in your area. It is believed that, in terms of pure alcohol, the normal dose is 27 grams.

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