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An organic diet of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, good fats, lean protein provides nutrient rich foods while avoiding harmful toxins such as pesticides, fertilizers, hormones, and antibiotics which can impair memory.
Caloric restriction has been shown to improve memory in alzheimer's.
Many supplements can also help: nac, b vitamins esp. L-methylfolate, omega 3 fa, huperzine, . ...Read more
Several choices: Omega-3 fats can greatly improve memory and attention in some people & include cold-water fish such as salmon and albacore tuna, canola oil, soybeans, walnuts, wheatgerm, eggs, and flaxseed oil. Antioxidants protect your brain. Good sources include tea (especially green tea), blueberries and other berries, red grapes, tomatoes, broccoli, garlic, spinach, carrots, whole grains, and soy. ...Read more
Hi i was wondering what vitamin or natural herb or foods that can improve memory and concentration?
I am studying preparing for ib test after two months, how can I improve my memory? Vitamins, food, rosemary helppp
Many good options:
B vits may help (esp. B12 if you're deficient). Phosphatidylserine, acetyl-l-carnitine, bacopa, vinpocetine, ashwagandha, gingko, rhodiola, dmae, hydergine ; piracetam are all proven to help.As for diet, fish rich in dha like wild salmon ; sardines ; fruits/veggies of all colors are recommended. Minimize sweets ; grains.
There are entire books on this subject. A good article is at http://bit.Ly/1ffyzbq. ...Read more
Brain food: Certain b-vitamins, for example Folic Acid in the form of l-methylfolate are involved in the production of 3 major neurotransmitters including serotonin, Dopamine and norepinephrine. These chemicals are required to support mood and permit communication between cells in the brain. In some studies, omega3fa's can be effective mood stabilizers when dosed properly. ...Read more
Memory: Probably the best things you can do for memory is regular aerobic exercise and regular restful sleep. Foods for memory are way down on the list, but since you asked, a healthy diet including lots of colorful fruits and vegetables is always a good bet. Fresh oily fish such as pacific salmon. Moderate amounts of caffeinated beverages may help alertness and thus memory. ...Read more
None: First off, not sure why you'd be concerned about memory at the age of 21. Of course, there may be a problem but more history is needed to elucidate that. Memory problems at this age are more likely be "relative" ones and are frequently transient and mild. Stress, lack of sleep are most commonly involved in these "memory issues". But to answer your ?, no food has been shown to boost memory. ...Read more
What foods should I increase for memory improvement. I feel like I an beginning to forget a lot. ?
?part of fibromy?: Cognitive complaints can be associated with fibromyalgia, but is not a true dementia, but more of a problem secondary with sleep disorder and other symptoms. Food will not be successful here, but of course, eat a healthy diet. You might want to have your doc check thyroid, and B-12 function, but you might do best on a medicine specific for fibromyalgia, like Savella (milnacipran) or Cymbalta, and exercise. ...Read more
I have to increase my memory power. Please let me know about what are the foods can help to gain that? To eat everyday.
Feed your brain: Eliminate trans fatty acids as much as you can -- these are found in heavily processed foods. Move your diet over to organic veggies & fruits, complex carbs, whole grains (not wheat), and lean proteins. Eat healthy fats like salmon, avocados, tree nuts in limited amounts. Supplement with high dha oils -- can come from fish oil, krill, and/or calamarine. A good multivitamin, taken with meals. ...Read more
What kinds of healthy food that helps students studying and strengthen their memory and make them more amenable to accommodate their school lessons?
I'd love to know: Hard to say, but the mediterranean diet seems healthy and protects against many eventual problems, such as heart disease and stroke. Would avoid junk foods, sugars, candy, soft drinks of any kind, but maybe increase lean protein, and encourage exercise and avoidance of smoking, alcohol, and recreational drugs. ...Read more
Not so simple: But, recommend healthy dietary intake to prevent medical problems such as diabetes which could promote future heart attacks and strokes. In general, you want to avoid food additives such as aspartame, diet drinks, MSG, GMO's, get regular exercise and good sleep. A registered dietician can help you design you food intake. ...Read more
What is the suitable food and supplement that help increase my memory level? I tend to easily forget what I have studied before.
Memory loss: I am unaware of foods or supplements which may improve memory, attention or concentration. Ginkgo biloba has been given some credit. Memory loss could be caused by medical and psychiatric conditions, which if appropriately treated, could solve the issue. A consultation with the specialist would make an impact in preventing the progression of the disease, and reversing any damage. ...Read more
What foods can I eat to lessen my risks of schizophrenia and dementia, and increase memory function?
Being a student i want to ask how to boost up memory power and mind alertness, when it comes to food what to take what to avoid?
How can one improve memory / retention ability? Any food supplements to be considered.? P.S. For ages 24-34
B vits. May help (esp. B12 if you're deficient).Phosphatidylserine, acetyl-l-carnitine, bacopa, vinpocetine, dmae, gingko ashwagandha & rhodiola are all proven to help.There are entire books on this subject.A good article is at http://www.Smart-publications.Com/articles/be-smarter-think-faster-and-protect-your-brain-with-12-smart-nutrients.
Mental exercises may help too:
http://www.Brainmetrix.Com/. ...Read more
Are there treatments for sleep eating? I have been eating large amounts of food in my sleep. I'm completely unconscious and have no memory of it.
Are you really eating while asleep or is this only in your dream.
Either way you must see a Psychiatrist and/or a Psychologist. ...Read more
A vaccine induced food "intolerance", whereby food now causes irrational savage rage...& the vaccine caused full-body dysesthesia & memory loss. Why?
I work in the night shift. Can I still manage a healthy well-being and a good memory? Any particular nutrition targets?
Sleep is the most important issue. Try to set up a regular sleep cycle. You should continue your exercise routine during daylight hours if possible.
Good nutrition is important but can't be covered here. It is easy to over eat when working nights. Pay attention to your caloric intake. ...Read more
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