What to Eat for Better Brain Health


What to Eat for Better Brain Health

Puzzles, memory-boosting games, courses, and reading assist sharpen our minds. However, research is revealing that diet, exercise frequency, and type may cut dementia risk more than previously assumed.

Big Diet Picture

You're preserving your brain and heart by eating enough of nutritious grains, veggies, and fruit and minimal saturated fat, salt, and ultra-processed "junk" foods.

Brain Food

“Focusing on one food won’t magically improve cognitive functioning,”. We observed that a mix of nutrients promotes brain health. Still, eating the following frequently may safeguard your brain.

Healthy fats

Avocados, olives, nuts, seeds, and olive oil include mono- and polyunsaturated fats that prevent heart disease, stroke, and Alzheimer's disease.



All berries include antioxidant flavonoids. Who ate the most flavonoids were 19% less likely to self-report a cognitive deterioration than those who ate less.

Leafy greens

Uncooked mushrooms belong in salads and raw food diets, despite our preference for cooked mushrooms. They also benefit from some fire time.


Spinach has pros and cons. When spinach is cooked, it absorbs more vitamins A and E, protein, fiber, zinc, thiamin, calcium, and iron, as well as important carotenoids like beta-carotene, lutein, and zeaxanthin.


The eggs are full of choline, a vitamin that helps the brain remember things and do other things. There are 168 mg of choline in a big egg, and about 70% of that is phosphatidylcholine.

Foods that hurt your brain

As important as it is to eat more foods that are good for your brain, you should also try to eat less of the foods that have been shown to hurt brain health.