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Eat these foods for Good Mental health


Spinach is a magical vegetable, that has innumerable health benefits. No matter the disease or health problem, spinach is a power house of nutrients. Besides, the antioxidants present in spinach slows down the aging of the brain and nervous system, hence improving cognitive functioning.
Cognition simply means mental functioning - concentration, decision making, problem solving abilities, reasoning and learning.

Whole grains:

Whole grains and brown rice contain vitamin B6 which can break down high levels of homocysteines that are responsible for mental deterioration. Whole grains also contain magnesium that enhance cognitive functioning.


Cocoa is a powerful antioxidant that protects the brain from oxidative stress that can cause Parkinson's Disease, atherosclerosis, heart failure, Alzheimer's Disease and chronic fatigue syndrome.


Nuts like almond and walnuts are a great ingredient for maintaining blood vessels. The Omega 3 fatty acids present in walnut also enhance the mind and the antioxidants present in nuts lowers cholesterol.


Moringa (Drumstick) is an essential "brain food" because it contains high levels of omega-3’s, vitamins C and E as part of the total 90 essential vitamins and minerals it has . This is primarily the reason why Moringa is increasingly becoming more popularly consumed by athletes, giving them optimal strength, energy and mental function. Whether you’re studying for an exam, aging, or simply having issues retaining information, Moringa can certainly help achieve your goals.

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