This Sweet Fruit Can Help Prevent Dementia
When you finish reading this article you will be able to achieve more in your life because you will know how to nourish your brain with delicious foods that promote a sharp mind and protect your brain cells from damage.
Foods That Are Good For Your Brain
If you have read our other articles, you know that foods that cause inflammation, oxidative damage, and contribute to weight gain and obesity are bad for your stem cells and bad for your brain cells.
Brain Foods Have The Following Qualities:
- Provide minerals and nutrients for your brain and body
- Organic, free of pesticides and herbicides and other brain-damaging toxins
- Delicious, so you will enjoy eating them
Other qualities to look for are rich in healthy fats, like Omega-3 Fatty acids. Not all brain foods are rich in healthy fats, but many of them are.
Our first Brain SuperFood is a sweet fruit dark in color and rich in antioxidants…Blueberries
Benefits of Blueberries:
- Improve memory
- Enhance blood flow to the brain
- Low in calories, rich in nutrients
- Rich in antioxidants
- Protect against aging
- Anti-Cancer properties
- Promote healthy cholesterol levels
- Help lower blood pressure
- Reduce your risk of heart disease
- Support a healthy brain
- Can help with Diabetes
- Fight urinary tract infections
- Protect your stem cells from damage
- Improve communication between brain cells
Most importantly, Blueberries are great for your brain. They protect your brain from oxidative damage, can help reduce inflammation – which is one of the primary causes of Alzheimer’s, and improve your memory.
Research on Blueberries
British researchers investigated the impact of eating blueberries on cognitive performance. The study lasted 12 weeks, and they measured how blueberries influenced blood flow in the brain and affected memory.
Here is what they found:
- Blueberries increased brain activity
- Those who ate blueberries had increased blood flow to the brain
- Blueberries improved working memory
5 Ways to Enjoy Blueberries
1. Start your day off with a Blueberry Smoothie
a. You can add a banana to increase sweetness and create a smooth texture
2. Add Blueberries to Ice Cream
a. Make sure your ice cream is not full of refined sugar because that can cause inflammation and hurt your brain.
b. Halo Top ice cream is a brand of ice cream that does not use refined sugar.
3. Enjoy Blueberries in your Oatmeal
4. Put some Blueberries on your Cheese Plate
5. Savor Fresh Blueberries on their own as a Snack
a. Fresh, organic blueberries taste so good on their own you won’t need to add anything else to enjoy them.
Make sure to buy Organic Blueberries. Otherwise you could be ingesting pesticides that can harm your brain.
And it is important to remember that protecting your brain can be fun and delicious…
Our next article is about another delicious Brain SuperFood your tongue, tummy and your brain are going to love! So keep your eyes on your email for that one.
To your health,
The Healing Miracle Team
P.S. We know that you value your brain and that you want a sharp memory for many years to come.
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