Research has shown that foods may help reverse memory problems – and the solution could be as close as your kitchen!
Does the thought of losing your memory make you nervous? The good news is recent research has shown that foods may help reverse memory problems. If you're looking to sharpen your memory or increase your focus, the solution could be as close as your kitchen. Help keep your mind sharp and focused throughout the day with these four foods.
Don't skip the yolk! Yolks are rich in choline, a nutrient in the vitamin B family. A recent study found that people who have a diet rich in choline scored higher on verbal and visual memory tests and are less likely to show signs associated with dementia. Choline can lower blood levels of an amino acid called homocysteine, high levels of which can lead to heart disease, cancer and dementia. Extra choline can also aid in constructing our "memory" neurotransmitter called acetylcholine. Try incorporating a whole egg into your breakfasts, but eat them in moderation as they contain dietary cholesterol.