Whole grains
 
Wheat, oats, barley, rye and millet - these foods have several very important properties. This package of carbohydrates is released slowly in the body and helps the brain function. Whole grains are a rich source of soluble fiber, which helps lower cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of brain damage such as stroke.
 
Eggs
 
Whole eggs, not just egg whites, are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which energize us and support brain function.
 
Oily fish
 
Salmon, herring, sardines, mackerel and ribaton are just some of the fish that are also very rich in essential omega-3 acids. In addition to helping brain function, they support the nervous system.
 
Blueberries
 
Blueberries contain many antioxidants, as well as vitamin E, which protect blood vessels and the brain from the dangerous effects of free radicals. At the same time, they help improve memory and motor skills.
 
Black chocolate
 
Just one bar of dark chocolate contains many antioxidants and chemicals that, like blueberries, protect the brain from free radicals and stimulate blood flow. This leads to improved concentration and memory.
 
 
 
Nuts and seeds
 
Nuts and seeds offer our brains an abundance of nutrients. They are rich in Vitamin B-6, a significant amount of dopamine and serotonin, which help the nervous system. A handful of seeds and nuts also contain folic acid, which enhances memory and concentration and prevents the development of Alzheimer's disease.
 
Beets
 
Dark-colored vegetables, especially beets, have very powerful antioxidants that keep the brain healthy.
 
Green tea
 
Green tea reduces the accumulation of plaque in the brain, which could lead to the development of Alzheimer's.