Food Intake Guideline for Healthy Memory
- Noni juice is helpful in improving memory.
- Beet and cucumber juices are able to improve memory.
- Sardines (Sardini plichardue) from Mediterranean waters are nutritional powerhouse, and they improve memory.
- Goji berries (Himalayan) enhances memory.
- The following foods are improving memory: pear, artichoke, nuts, orange, garlic, and ghee.
- Eat 6 raw almonds every day to help improve your memory
- Two mustard seeds taken as you would take pills, first thing every morning revive memory
- Eat a handful of sunflower seeds every day
Vitamin B-3 is memory-enhancer. Food sources of vitamin B-3 are the following: almonds, avocados, barley, beans (dried), beef liver, Brewer’s yeast, broccoli, carrots, cheese, chicken (white meat), corn flour, dandelion greens, dates, eggs, figs, halibut, milk, peas (dried), peanuts (roasted and especially with skin), peanut butter, pork, potatoes, poultry (white meat), prunes, rice (brown and wild), salmon, sesame seeds, soybeans, swordfish, tomatoes, tuna, turkey, wheat germ, wheat (whole) products.
Vitamin B-12 improves memory. Food sources of vitamin B-12 are the following: beef, Brewer’s yeast, clams, cheese, crab meat, dairy products, eggs, herring, kelp, kidneys (lamb and beef), kombu, liver (lamb, calf, beef, and pork), mackerel, milk, nori, oysters, pork, salmon, sardines, soy beans and soy products, Swiss cheese, trout, and tuna.
Vitamin T also improves memory. Food sources of vitamin T are the following: almonds, beet greens, egg yolks, fungi, nuts, papaya, pumpkin seeds, radish leaves, raisins, sesame seeds (very good source), sunflower seeds, tahini (very good source), turnip greens, vegetables (green leafy), and yeast.
Choline is useful for counteracting memory loss. Food sources of this vitamin are the following: breast milk, brain, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, egg yolks, garbanzo beans (chickpeas), green leafy vegetables, heart, kale, liver (calf), lentils, oatmeal, organ meat, peanuts, salmon, soybeans, soy lecithin, wheat germ, and whole grain cereals.
Tyrosine amino acid may improve memory. Food sources of Tyrosine amino acid are the following: cheese (especially cheddar), cottage cheese, eggs, fish, ice cream, lima bean, meat, miso, peanuts, pumpkin seeds, shellfish, and soybeans.
Carnitine amino acid is helpful in combating against memory loss (especially long-term memory). Food sources of this amino acid are the following: meat, poultry, fish and dairy products. Plants have very small amounts of this amino acid.
Manganese mineral improves memory. Food sources of this mineral are the following: whole grains, wheat germ, bran, seeds, turnip greens, avocados, nuts, green leafy vegetables, peas, beets, egg yolk, sunflower seeds, wheat germ, beans, dried peas, avocados, seaweed, oatmeal, buckwheat, pecans, hazelnuts, rice, kelp, blueberries, pineapples, alfalfa and legumes.
Sodium deficiency may cause memory impairment. Food sources of this mineral are the following: table salt, pickled and salted food, cured ham, bacon, bread, crackers, dry cereals, shellfish, carrots, beets, artichokes, baking soda, milk, cheese, egg white, strawberries, apples, huckleberries, gooseberries, cucumber, okra, cauliflower, spinach, asparagus, celery, Romaine lettuce, watermelon and leafy vegetables.
Also Zinc deficiency may cause memory impairment. Food sources of this mineral are the following: eggs, chicken, pumpkin seeds, dry roasted cashew, Swiss cheese, dark meat of turkey, liver, shellfish, seafood, seeds, nuts, green leafy vegetables, whole grains, legumes, seafood (especially raw oysters), wheat germ, brewer’s yeast, ground mustard, dulse, kelp, mushrooms, pecans, sardines, sunflower seeds and soybeans.Go to Checkout