Fish: Foods high in fat are not generally recommended for enhancing memory, but omega-3 fatty acids have a positive effect on cognitive function. Consuming oily marine fish such as tuna and salmon at least twice a week, especially rich in omega-3, will be enough to get the omega-3 fatty acids your brain needs.
Blueberries, strawberries, blackberries: They are effective in protecting the brain from free radical damage. They are rich in anthocyanin, a memory-enhancing phytochemical. Red grapes, kiwi, oranges, and apples are other excellent foods for increasing brain power.
Milk, yogurt, cheese: They are excellent sources of protein. They provide the body with a slow and steady source of energy and support our memory to survive during the day. Protein-containing foods also increase the levels of epinephrine and dopamine, which are chemicals that stimulate the body.
Egg: It contains the vitamins (A, D, B12, B group) necessary for the memory part of the brain. It contains tyrosine, an essential amino acid required for receiving and sending signals from the brain, keeping the body awake.
Whole grains: Brown rice, brown bread, oats, millet, etc. They contain B6, B12 and folic acid. They are necessary for maintaining memory, concentration and blood flow to the brain.
Nuts and seeds: They positively affect mood. Pumpkin and sunflower seeds increase cognitive functions. It helps to relieve insomnia and mild depression.
Red cabbage: Contains polyphenols (fisetin) necessary to reduce brain cell damage and stimulate long-term memory, this is useful in the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. It is a good choice in red onion.
Broccoli and asparagus: They are rich sources of vitamin K. They are effective in enhancing cognitive functions and brain power.
Peanut Butter: It is rich in vitamin B6, which is essential for brain focus and attention. You can make a vitamin B6-rich snack with 1 tablespoon of peanut butter and banana slices on top of a toasted slice of bread.