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8 Products That Help Improve Memory

Updated on November 15, 2017

Our generation has faced two problems - a sharp increase in the amount of information that must always be kept in mind, and memory impairment caused by poor diet and poor ecology. Therefore, scientists from all over the world are looking for remedies that improve memory. Let's see what they managed to find.


This type of fish medicine doctor Lauri Wright (Lauri Wright) calls the best food for the brain. Associate Professor of the University of South Florida and a representative of the Academy of Dietology says: "Many studies show that eating foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids leads to a decrease in delays in the brain and improves the functioning of the mechanism of access to memory." A salmon is just such a fish.

At the Rush Medical Center, operating at the University of Chicago, over a period of 4 years, a group of 6,000 people was examined. Scientists studied the effect of diet on the functioning of various systems and organs. Those subjects who at least once a week consumed fatty fish, the memory function decreased by 12% slower than the other participants.

Scientists say that consuming four small portions of salmon, mackerel, herring or sardines not only improves memory, but also reduces the risk of Alzheimer's disease by 60%.


Use classic Indian spices to prepare your dishes as often as possible. Scientists have established that curcumin, a substance that is contained in curry and turmeric, not only slows the formation of plaque, but also destroys fatty plaques that form in the vessels.

These cholesterol plaques are the cause of many cardiovascular diseases and also cause Alzheimer's disease. When the vessels of the brain become clogged, it disrupts the supply of cells with oxygen, which has a very negative effect on memory.


"These berries contain substances that help slow memory deterioration with recurrence," says Robert Krikorian, Ph.D., studying the aging process at the College of Medicine at the University of Cincinnati.

In one of his studies, he found that those who drank blueberry or grape juice every day improved their results in memory tests within two months.


Even in a home-grown beet contains a lot of nitrates. But not those harmful, which fertilize the field, but useful, natural origin. Grigorian says that natural nitrates participate in the process of vasodilation and help to lower blood pressure. They improve the flow of blood to the brain, which greatly helps improve memory.


The green contains many antioxidants and folic acid - vitamin B9 . Studies have shown that folic acid helps improve memory by reducing inflammation and improving blood flow to the brain. It is proved that this vitamin still leads to a decrease in the level of homo cysteine, an amino acid that increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

The American Society of Health Nutrition published the results of a study in which 321 men participated for three years. Scientists tracked their homo cysteine ​​levels and found that this amino acid not only affects blood vessels badly, but also leads to memory deterioration.


In 2013, an experiment was conducted at the University of Cardiff, the results of which astounded the scientists. Two groups of people listened to a sequence of random numbers for 30 minutes. When they were later asked to repeat at least some of this sequence, the group that chewed the chewing gum showed better results. She called the numbers heard faster and more accurately.

The author of the study, Kate Morgan, says that chewing gum helps us focus on a process that requires constant monitoring over a long period of time.

Students note - chew the chewing gum in lectures and you do not have to prepare for exams for a long time.


Can't remember where they put their phone? Then have a cup of coffee, or two. At the University of Innsbruck, in Austria, scientists found that the amount of caffeine, equivalent to two cups of coffee, increases the activity of the two brain areas. One of them is responsible for memory.

And scientists from the French Institute of Health found that women over 65 who drank three or more cups of coffee a day are much better at remembering words during tests than their girlfriends who did not drink coffee at all.


Coffee is not the most useful product. But it can be replaced with chocolate. The study showed that elderly people (mean age 73 years) who drank at least 2 cups of hot chocolate a day for a month, significantly improved their results in memory tests.

Flavoring, antioxidants contained in cocoa and black (at least 70%) chocolate, improve the flow of blood to the brain. And it helps to improve memory.

Another good way to strengthen your memory is to share this article with your friends on social networks.

And here is the last song about the memory from the musical "Cats"

So what you take to improve your memory?

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© 2017 Timothy Wilson


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