Top 9 Foods in Your Kitchen Cabinet that Do Wonders for Your Brain (part 3)

Continued from Part 2

In current times, getting your brain the right nutrition it needs to function at an outstanding level could not be more easier! Aside from the many different ways out there – supplementing, exercising, learning new skills, and certain lifehacks – we believe the easiest way to start fortifying your brain and giving yourself the best cognitive advantage starts in the kitchen…

… and that’s exactly what we’re doing here. In this article, we’ve compiled a whole list of ‘brain foods’ that are not only great at giving your brain the much needed nutrition it needs to function at its absolute peak, but these foods are also common enough that you’re bound to find at least a couple in your kitchen! After finishing this article, go ahead and take a look. I’m sure you’ll be surprised.

By the way, this is a three-part article, so if you haven’t checked the other ones yet, you can do so by clicking the links here (Part 1) and here (Part 2). I’m sure you’ll find some useful information there, and even if you can just start consuming just one or two of the foods mentioned here, you’re already on your way to an optimally functioning brain.

7. Whole Eggs. You heard that right – whole eggs. Long gone are the time when people thought that eggs actually gave you really bad cholesterol. On the contrary, eggs not only give you good cholesterol, but is also actually a great source of choline, saturated fats, and vitamins. All of these work to boost your memory skills and also just keeping your brain in check by providing it with much-needed nourishment.

8. Alcohol. Let’s get this out of the way – yes, binge drinking on alcohol and drinking it to get into an altered state of mind (i.e. drunk) is definitely bad. However, alcohol in moderation is actually the total opposite! Research shows that drinking alcohol in moderation may actually protect the brain. And how much is moderation? One glass of wine or one small bottle of beer a day – definitely not enough to get you even slightly tipsy.

9. Berries. Sure, perhaps not everyone has easy access to berries in their supermarket or don’t find berries in their kitchen at all, but berries are vitamin-rich, and also contain antioxidants and other phytochemicals that have been shown to significantly increase thinking capabilities while also enhancing memory. What’s more, the ingredients in berries also do a great job at slowing down the aging of the brain!

So, how many in our list did you find in your kitchen cabinet? 🙂