Walnut & almonds (soaked) r believed to be good for memory power.
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The herb Centella asiatica is known to increase memory power. There are many companies producing many drugs based on this to improve the memory power.
From what I understand, alol vegetables do our memories justice but according to a variety of tests done by the Alzheimer's Research Foundation "green leafy vegetables had the strongest association to slowing the rate of cognitive decline". The study also found the older the person, the greater the slowdown in the rate of cognitive decline if that person consumed more than two servings of vegetables a day.
I have always thought we were all suppossed to consume 5 servings of fruis and beggies but for some reason, the veggies seem to have a stronger link to memory functions according to the studies!
So, I think the overall answer would be veggies, veggies and more veggies, but espeically the leafy greens are going to make your memory keen!
by anee aneesh 7 years ago
HO WE CAN INCREASE OUR MEMORY POWER?
by deergha 5 years ago
Thought or memory is the origin?According to you what is the origin thought process or memory power?
by putty patil 7 years ago
How to improve memory power
by KARISHMA BANU 3 years ago
Does almond help to increase brain memory power?I heard that daily intake of almonds increase the brain memory power. So my question is regarding that.
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