Supplements and Foods Optimal Brain Health.

1. Cocoa

Improves blood flow
Improved insulin sensitivity.
Improved cognitive function.

Supplement by drinking the powder with milk or adding it to smoothies.

Can also get high Cocoa chocolate bars.
2. Curcumin

Bone and joint health
Cognitive Function and Brain Health
Many Many More benefits.

Big mistake to not include this magical orange powder in your diet.

Can add to any foods, tea, or take as capsules.

My favorite is a coconut turmeric coffee creamer.
3. Ashwagandha

Cognitive Function and Brain Health
Muscle Gain
Cardiovascular Health
Stress Relief
Reduce Anxiety
Improves Sleep

Can take in the form of powder or capsules.

The easiest way is to pop 1000 mg capsules per day.
4. Spirulina

Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory
Antiaging and Longevity
Cognitive Function and Brain Health
Liver Health and Detoxification

Supplement in the form of powder, throw a scoop in your smoothie.
5. Coconut Oil

Cognitive Function and Brain Health
Fat Loss
And Many Many More.

Can be used to:
Apply on hair while showering to replace shampoo
Mouth Pulling (rinse instead of brushing with toothpaste)

1. Green veggies

Kale, Spinach, Broccoli, Asparagus

Slow down cognitive decline and are correlated with the prevention of Alzheimer's.
2. Fish

Great source of Omega 3 Fatty Acids.

Much needed for brain health.
3. Berries

Contain Flavonoids which are shown to improve memory and boost cognitive function.
4. Coffee + Tea

Contain caffeine which is shown to improve brain function.

Other than the little boost it gives you during the day.

In MODERATE doses.

Excess caffeine does not have positive effects on health.
5. Nuts

The top ones are walnuts, pistachio, and almonds.

Good fats and a great snack for a protein source.

Lions Mane Mushroom

My favorite nootropic.

Sprinkle some in your morning coffee or tea for an extra boost of focus and clarity.

Check out the four sigmatic brand.
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