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5 Food You Should Eat Every Day For Better brain health As A Student, According to Dieticians

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The brain is a very important organ. It's the control center of your body and allows you to move, think, feel, The brain is one the most important organ. It is the control center of the body and it is responsible for action such as movement, feel, breath and also thinking the brain perform all these task so without the brain the body can not function well. Most students want to be the known as the best student of their school weather being primary, colleges and universities everyone want be at the top, So most student focus much on their books which is good but they forget that without healthy brain all their effort will be off know good, example a student who is hard working but suffering from short memory in such situation the brain of the student may be classify as unhealthy. Because the brain has such a big job, it's imperative that we provide it with an abundance of fuel and nutrients to help it function properly and stay healthy. The foods we eat play a huge role in the structure and health of our brains. Research shows that foods rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, flavone, polyphenols and omega-3 fatty acids can help protect your brain. They can help to improve memory, concentration and overall brain health.

1.Fatty fish

Did you know that the is the fattiest organ containing 60percent fat. Health fat such as polyunsaturated fatty acid which have been shown to reduce potentially lower risk of heart disease, cancer and arthritis  fatty fish is an excellent choice for brain health. Fatty fish is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, a major building block of the brain. Omega-3s play a role in sharpening memory and improving mood, as well as protecting your brain against cognitive decline.

2.Carbohydrate foods

The body breaks carbohydrates into glucose, which it uses to fuel brain activity. Proteins break down into glycogen, which can also be used for fuel by the brain, but not as efficiently as glucose. Focus on complex carbs, meaning ones that are high in fiber and in their natural form – think 100 percent whole grains, beans, fruits and vegetables. They're packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants

3.Leaffy green

Leafy greens such as kale, spinach, collards, and broccoli are rich in brain-healthy nutrients like vitamin k, and beta carotene Research suggests these plant-based foods may help slow cognitive decline. leafy vegetables like kale, spinach and lettuce, are generally rich in vitamin E, folic acid, vitamin K1, lutein and beta-carotene, and research has suggested that some, or all, l of these nutrients may play a role in protecting the brain against inflammation and neuronal damage.


Water has been shown to have neutral calming properties likely as a result of addressing dehydration's effects on the body and brain. Drinking enough water is an important step in managing your anxiety. Even if you're not experiencing anxiety, drinking sufficient water can create feelings of relaxation.

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