What to Eat and What not to Eat - the Best and Worst Brain Foods Revealed Here plus Chocolate Truffles Recipe

The Best and Worst Brain Foods
Concerned about Brain Health? Take This Quiz To See If You Know What to Eat... 
And What NOT to Eat!

If you're concerned about memory loss, increasing forgetfulness, foggy thinking, and possibly even devastating diseases like dementia and Alzheimer's...this quiz could help save your brain.  So please take thirty seconds and read every word of this blog post.

I'm going to show you that the foods you choose to eat have a profound effect on the health of your brain. And it's not always obvious which foods are good for your brain...and which foods cause confusion, "brain fog", and forgetfulness.

Take this quick quiz and ask yourself...

Which Of These Are The
5 Worst Foods For Your Brain?
Which of the following foods are the five absolute worst foods for your brain? Choose carefully...the answers may surprise you.


Eat Your Way To A Better Memory?
The good news is you don't need dangerous and expensive drugs to improve your memory. You can make a significant impact on the health of your brain, and improve your memory, based purely on what you eat.
With just a few simple, surprising, and easy changes to your diet... you could be well on your way to sharper focus, better recall, and good brain health.

The 5 worst brain foods from the quiz above are:
1. Doughnuts
2. Hamburgers
3. Chips and crisps (french fries in the US)
4. Ice cream
5. High fat cheeses

These foods contribute to the destruction of your brain cells which kills your memory.  They are known as unhealthy in the food industry, but they are also toxic too.  They are high in sodium, trans fats, sugars and white flours.  They raise glucose levels too quickly which causes a surge of insulin and causes the brain to become sluggish.  Over time, these foods worsen the memory.

There are also other factors in today's society which can erode the brain:
Exposure to everyday toxins - antiperspirant deodorants, antacids, fizzy drinks.  These contain toxic metals which kill brain cells including aluminium and mercury.  Also, fumes found in petrol and diesel, dental fillings, air conditioning units and dental fillings.  Lead found in ceramic mugs, mascara and paint used in older houses.

Now for the good news...

The healthiest memory boosting foods are:

1. Broccoli
2. Turmeric/Cucurmin  
3. Omega 3 rich fish  (salmon, mackerel, tuna, herring etc)
4. Honey
5. Dark Chocolate
6. Coconut


Chocolate??  I hear you say...Well, chocolate (or cocoa) contains quercetin, which actually reverses memory loss.  But be careful, due to chocolate's high fat and calorific content, it is only recommended to eat one ounce of chocolate per day.
Try out this delicious Chocolate and Coconut Truffles Recipe for size:-



Ingredients:
1 tub of Philadelphia Lightest Cream Cheese (180g), half a cup of almonds, half a cup of coconut, one third of a cup of cocoa, half a cup of coconut, half a cup of raisins, 2 tablespoons of sweetener (splenda or stevia) or as much as you like, 1 table spoon of chia seeds, and one tea spoon of vanilla extract.

All of the ingredients in my chocolate truffles recipe are foods which encourage the brain to develop new neural pathways, generate new neurons and build and generate new brain mass.  They also increase memory and reduce stress and anxiety by 20%.

2 comments:

  1. Wow I knew about the toxic junk food i think the hardest for me is quitting "fizzy" drinks. Also, I didnt know that honey was so good for you! I also didn't know about coconut thanks for the good info!

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  2. This is highly informatics, crisp and clear. I think that everything has been described in systematic manner so that reader could get maximum information and learn many things. SizeGenetics Review

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