There are many foods that will increase our focus and attention, improve our memory, and benefit our overall mental well-being.

In your diet, try including blueberries, avocados and green leafy vegetables, fatty fish (omega oils), dark chocolate, nuts & seeds, and drink green tea.

Some of these can be combined in a smoothie.  I know many people who now have a green shake every morning.

A green shake can be made with spinach, Kale, and cucumber.  In fact, any green leafy vegetable can be added.  Add mint for aroma and flavor.  It’s a tasty way of getting in your daily dose quickly.

Leafy greens contain antioxidants and carotenoids that help boost and protect the brain.

Eating foods that are enriched with vitamin B1 is essential to strengthen focus and concentration.  Please make sure to include beef, peas, legumes, liver, eggs, oranges, oats and nuts in your diet.

Blueberries are rich in flavor.  Easy to have as a snack on its own, it can also be added to your salad, cereal, and even to ice cream as well as your smoothies.  Berry fruits have been studied and shown to prevent age-related neurodegenerative diseases, and improve motor and cognitive functions.

A green shake can be made with spinach, Kale, and cucumber.

Berry fruits can improve cognitive functions.

Green tea is made from unoxidized leaves and therefore it is rich in antioxidants.  It is commonly used for losing weight and it has many other health benefits.

Green tea and its effects of the human body, especially the mind, have been studied extensively in recent times.

Some studies have shown an improvement in working memory.  It is also used to treat dementia.

Green tea is made from unoxidized leaves and is rich in antioxidants.

Chamomile rooibos tea is great to calm the nerves before bed, as it is known for its relaxing, anxiety-reducing, and anti-inflammatory properties, and the antioxidants help reduce nausea & stomach cramps.

Include fish into your diet to maintain your omega 3’s and 6’s.  Every pregnant woman takes this as a vitamin to help with baby’s brain development.  Why not add it to your diet to enhance and protect your own brain?

Chamomile tea is great to calm the nerves.

Ginkgo biloba is packed with antioxidants, flavonoids, and terpenoids.

Ginkgo biloba, also known as maidenhair, is a tree found in China.  The leaves are packed with antioxidants, flavonoids, and terpenoids.  These antioxidants fight the radicals that cause many illnesses.  It also reduces inflammation caused by illness.  It has been shown to improve circulation, reduce stress & anxiety, and other symptoms linked to Alzheimer’s disease and ageing.  It increases your mental performance and has been shown to enhance the memory processes of older adults (60 years of age and over).

American ginseng helps fight fatigue, Type 2 diabetes, common colds, boosts your energy, lowers blood pressure, and improves overall mental health.

It is worth noting that even though American ginseng is mildly effective in memory improvement its benefits are enhanced when combined with gingko biloba.

American ginseng can decrease blood glucose in Type 2 diabetes patients.

Nutritional Supplements play an important part in our day-to-day lives.

We can eat all the foods that are good for boosting our memory and see a vast improvement.  It is important to note that even if you eat completely organic, it is still difficult to maintain the required levels needed daily.  Sometimes, even though we eat the correct vegetable, the way we cook it may destroy its nutrients.

This is when supplementing with a nutritional supplement comes in.  Taking a supplement ensures you meet your daily requirements.  Try our Titanium Neural Reboot with American Ginseng, Citicoline, and L’theanine for Memory Enhancement, Focus, Concentration, and Clarity (60 capsules) for a complete and natural supplement to enhance your mental health.

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