Tuesday, November 30, 2010

How to Increase your IQ with Healthy Brain Foods

Increase your mental capacity does not necessarily work hard or apt a book worm. There are many tips, techniques and habits, and changes to your lifestyle, diet and behaviors that help you flex your gray theme can. The brain is a metabolically active building is a very hungry organ, and that the eater. It was fairly clear in most research laboratories across the country, good food, or natural neurotransmitters they contain, can improve mental skills, help you concentrate, tune the sensor motor skills, stay motivated to defuse memory, speed, time after stress, perhaps even against the aging brain.
To increase your mental agility and boost your memory you can choose the right foods:
- Fish oil and fish, the type of large that we eat is very important for brain health routine. 60% of the brain determined by elemental theme is accumulated fatty acids. The omega-3 in coldwater fish form a large part of the communication of brain membranes. Brain cells must constantly renew itself with a new type of fatty acids.
- Blueberries: Binge on research at Tufts Academe blueberries in the United States and the Journal of Neuroscience suggests that published bilberry extract may improve small memory loss term.
- Eat more tomatoes, it is excellent evidence that lycopene, an antioxidant found in tomatoes, may recommend protection against the type of damage caused by free radicals, cells in the development of dementia, particularly disease Alzheimer’s occurs.
- Eating pumpkin seeds and only a handful a day is all it takes to get your recommended daily intake of zinc, essential for improving memory and thinking skills.
- Ginkgo Biloba has been to increase blood flow and oxygen supply to the brain. But it also seems to have powerful antioxidant properties, brain cells called care of molecules of harmful free radicals.
- Glucose is ideal for growing and memory. Researchers have long known that glucose fuels the brain known, and assumed that the brain is always to do. Do not deprive yourself a study in the American Journal of Epidemiology published a suggested excellent absorption of vitamin E could help, poor memory cons.
- Nuts are a great fund of vitamin E and green leafy vegetables, seeds, eggs, brown rice and whole grains. – Drop on Sage has long had a reputation for improving memory and although most studies focus on elementary sage oil, it might be useful to add fresh sage to your diet, too.
- Eggs are an excellent fund of protein, lecithin, vitamins, calcium and other minerals such as phosphorus, iron, etc., which are all necessary nutrients for brain metabolism.
- Grapefruits are a rich source of vitamins A, B1 and C, things acid foods that help neutralize harmful to the logic of nerves. You will feel refreshed and awake, when consumed regularly. Oranges and lemons achieve the same things.

It’s time to make an exchange for your lifestyle, otherwise we would have a high price for not paying more to pay ourselves. Now we can move from simple exchange but the most vital part of our plan to begin with.

20 comments:

  1. Thanks for the info. I need to eat more vegetables.

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  2. me no eat no vejtabbles, thgis why me dumb?

    good info here, i agree completely with the omega 3's

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  3. Nice list! I think I need all of these on a daily basis

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  4. Fish oil and fish does help and blueberries. great memory enhancer eating blueberries. know this for a fact

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  5. I will change my lifestyle when I'll be rich enough !

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  6. thanks
    I should rly start eating more healthy food

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  7. I had little idea that food had anything to do with it... nice to know!

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  8. Good advice. I do take fish oil because I rarely eat fish and the stuff is supposed to be incredibly good for you.

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  9. Is there a way to maintain? I don't want it higher...just want it to stay where it is lol

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  10. I will keep in mind all these health foods the next time I go shopping.

    Thanks Astra.

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  11. Darn, I hate tomatoes.

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  12. Interesting stuff, supportin and clickin that ads!

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  13. Are you sure you can increase you IQ. I thought you had the same IQ for your entire life?

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  14. I can't tolerate half of those foods. I guess I am destined for stupidity.

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  15. Be careful not to eat to much of these ( like nuts and eggs)

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  16. i eat these things every day... i mist be tha most intellagint persin eva!!

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  17. yeah, i know they say you're what you eat, but i'm not entirely convinced about this. You still need to study, right?

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  18. All delicious foods! Good to know they're good for my brain as well haha.

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