You Can Sharpen Your Memory with the Help of the Following Super Foods

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You're not able to remember your next door neighbor's name. All these things happen to a lot of people but that doesn't take away the scare factor. It's easy to get scared and assume that you are experiencing the earlier symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. You don't really need to worry that much, face tag though. Did you know that you can improve your memory by doing something as simple as eating more superfoods?

Increase your fish intake. Fish is an excellent source of EFAs, specifically omega-3 fatty acids. Fish is especially high in DHA or docosahexaenoic acid. What DHA does is ensure the proper firing of neurons in the brain.

If your neurons are firing properly, your memory remains strong. And when you eat more fish, that often leads to your eating less of the red meat. You can improve your health by not eating red meat frequently. So next time you're doing the grocery, go with fish instead of meat.

Make sure that your diet is rich in fiber. What fiber does is regulate the absorption of sugar in your brain. Your brain needs sugar to be healthy but it needs the sugar to be administered in smaller doses at different times. Fiber helps to regulate that. Excellent sources of fiber include vegetables, dried fruits, peas, beans, and whole grains.

Iron is another important mineral for the brain and lean red meat is a good source of it. Iron can be found in abundance in lean beef. But don't take this to mean that you should eat lean beef in each and every meal. Once in a while, however, can really help improve your brain function. There are a lot of studies that have been done that show a link between iron deficiency and memory loss. Also, memory loss isn't the only thing that results in a deficiency of iron. Iron deficiency often leads to anemia and a host of other disorders. There's nothing special you need to do really in order to eat super foods that can help with your memory. The super foods we talked about in this article are readily found in the market. You don't have to search high and low or even spend a lot of money to include them in your diet. You can fix them in any number of ways, all of which are healthy and tasty. Why, then, wouldn't you eat them if it helps your memory get better and, potentially, helps you prevent the future onset of Alzheimer's?