6 FOODS THAT KEEP YOUR MIND ALWAYS YOUNG


6 FOODS THAT KEEP YOUR MIND ALWAYS YOUNG

In general, what is harmful to your heart is also harmful to your brain. Make no mistake: while the fried potato skins break their buttons, there is also a part that moves in the arteries to its grey matter.

For example, saturated fats clog the arteries leading to your brain, leading to a risk of stroke, while omega-3 fatty acids, the good fish fats, are helpful to you because they help maintain your arteries.

Cleaning - They also alter their neurotransmitters and reduce depression.

These are the best foods to get your brain and your young Real Age:


HAZELNUTS


Walnuts contain monounsaturated fatty acids to maintain the open arteries and serotonin precursors to improve mood.


Recommended amount:

1 ounce of nuts per day is right. (More is good, but watch out for the calorie overload). An ounce is about 12 nuts or 24 almonds.

FISH (especially wild salmon, whitefish, tilapia, catfish, and flounder)


Fish contains omega-3 fatty acids that cleanse the arteries.

Recommended amount:

Try 13 ounces of fish per week or 3 servings, each as big as your fist.


SOYBEAN


Soy contains healthy proteins, fiber and fats for the heart and arteries.

Recommended amount:

1 cup of soy a day.

TOMATO JUICE AND SPAGHETTI SAUCE.


Tomatoes contain folic acid, lycopene and other nutrients to preserve the young arteries.

Recommended amount:

8 ounces of juice a day or 2 tablespoons of spaghetti sauce a day.

OLIVE OILS, NUTS OILS, FISH OILS, FLAXSEED, AVOCADOS.


All of these foods contain monounsaturated fatty acids that are healthy for the heart.

Recommended amount:

25% of your daily calories should be healthy fats.

REAL CHOCOLATE (at least 70% cocoa)


Real chocolate increases the release of dopamine and provides flavonoids that keep the arteries young.

Recommended amount:

1 oz per day (as a substitute for milk chocolate).


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