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Food that Helps Your Brain


As a scientific fact, our brain contributes to only 2% of our body weight but it absorbs 20% of our total calorie intake. To function properly, it needs a constant supply of glucose and fat.

The one mistake we make is eating fast food and foods rich in sugar, which release glucose instantly which results in a sugar high and increase in productivity but then the sugar level drops just as suddenly as it occurred causing a slump.

To keep your brain active throughout the day and to increase your productivity, consider eating healthier.


For breakfast try eating:yogurt-763373_1920

  • Yogurt, as it contains probiotics, proteins, minerals which the digestive system and it also improves hydration.
  • Blueberries, which are jam-packed with antioxidants and help improve memory and motor functions and help fight stress.
  • Bananas, as they have the perfect amount of glucose, i.e. 25 grams in each, as it is the exact amount that the brain needs.
  •  Eggs, which contain choline which increases the size of neurons, boosting memory.


Having lunch at the office doesn’t have to mean fast-food. Try packing a lunch which includes:1234

  • Leafy Greens, as they are filled with minerals, phytonutrients, and vitamins.
  • Almonds, which have Phenylalanine which is amazing for mental health – it helps increase the amounts of mood-boosting neuro-transmitters; dopamine, adrenaline, and nor adrenaline.
  • Olive Oil, which contains mono saturated fat which slows down the aging of brain cells.
  • Salad, in which you can combine all the above ingredients, plus a few more of your favorite vegetables.
  • Whole Wheat Bread, to accompany your salad – and pair it with meat, eggs or some other protein.


For dinner, opt for a well-balanced meal.

  • Fish, as it will provide you with Omega-3 fatty acids, iron, and vitamins.
  •  Brown Rice, or some other whole grains, which contain magnesium and vitamins.
  •  Eggplant, which enhances communication between brain cells and other molecules.