Natural brain boosting remedies will rank high for most of us especially if you are suffering from brain fog. The saying ‘use it or lose it’ is so true when it comes to our brain functionality. Engaging in daily crosswords, Sudoku, and mentally stimulating games can help improve memory. Most of us will look for ways to keep our minds healthy and strong; one way to do this is to feed the brain the right types of food. Eat plant-based foods; plant nutrients support memory retention and help lower blood pressure. Cut back on animal products and choose healthy fats; saturated fats slow down your cognitive function.

Brain Boosting Food

  • Beans
  • Cabbage, Cauliflower
  • Coconut oil
  • Green leafy vegetables – spinach, kale, lettuce
  • Fish – Salmon and tuna
  • Nuts
  • Olive oil
  • Whole grains

Our brains need omega-3 to function which the body can’t produce and is needed in our diets. Foods rich in omega-3 are flaxseed, salmon, tuna, and sardines. Nuts especially walnuts and legumes such as kidney beans and alfalfa. Alfalfa is a fabulous source of vitamins and minerals it contains amino acids and vitamins, A, B, C, D, E, and K. It also has trace elements of calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, selenium and silica. As well as helping with lapses of memory, alfalfa is also used for muscle cramps, cholesterol and menopause issues including hot flushes!

Way to go alfalfa! I’m definitely adding this to my salads from now on 🙂

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Natures Aid Flaxseed Oil 1000mg 90 Softgels

Natures Aid Flaxseed Oil provides 1000mg cold-pressed flaxseed oil in a vegetarian soft gel capsule. Flaxseed Oil is a great vegetarian source of Omega 3 fats, and contains high levels of Alpha-Linolenic Acid (ALA) which contributes to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels (beneficial effect gained from 2g per day).

Natures Aid Ginkgo Biloba 6000mg

The Ginkgo Biloba tree, also known as the maidenhair tree, was originally native to China. Some of the trees planted at temples are believed to be over 1500 years old. Ginkgo Biloba has various uses in traditional medicine and is a very popular herbal supplement which has been used for many years, with millions still using it across Europe.