Someone once told me that plants (leaves), vegetables and fruits have a resemblance with a part of the body or an organ, and that they have a positive impact on them. Which made me think in nuts and their resemblance to our brain which are known to be good for the brain as well. What a wise and perfect Nature! This theory started to take relevance!
If you are interested in feeding your brain to avoid Parkinson, Alzheimer and other diseases Start eating this:
- Blueberry: One of the good aspects of this fruit is its antioxidant action that prevents brain degenerative disorders.
- Nuts: almonds, hazelnuts, peanut, chestnuts, walnuts, pistachios, sunflower seeds and pumpkin, plums, date, dried figs, raisins, etc. are rich in phosphates, magnesium, potassium, vitamin B and E, and they correct the of oxygen and blood stream to the brain and the rest of the organs.
- Avocado: It has high levels of antioxidants, in addition it contains the – so valued- omega 3 which prevents the early wastage of the brain.
- Apple: An apple a day keeps the doctor away! Right? One or two apples can improve your memory and provides brain health. Actually some scientists have proved that apple juice causes the very same effect as a well-known drug against Alzheimer's.
Broccoli: Though it is not a fruit it is a memory booster and helps out with brain health. Now that I think it through… Broccoli is amazingly similar to our brain!