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Include these foods in your diet to stave off memory problems!

A little lifestyle modification now helps in preventing age-related memory loss.

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: A healthy brain needs a super healthy diet. Consumption of food rich in omega-3 fatty acids not only reduces the risk associated with Alzheimer's disease but also maintains long-term brain health.

No body wants to mess with memory in their later part of life. A little lifestyle modification now helps in preventing age-related memory loss. So, regular physical activities and a balanced diet are all you need for a sharp.quick and alert brain.

Here is a list of foods that will help you keep a healthy and active brain as you age:

Salmon:

Salmons are loaded with omega-3s. They are also packed with tons of other minerals and vitamins that are essential for proper funvtioning of brain.

Flax seed:

These seeds contain highest content of omaga-3 than any other vegetarian substance on the Earth. Flax seeds play an important role on curing mood disorders and prevent early aging of brain.

Walnuts:

Walnuts and their oils are very important for brain as they also contain rich amount of omega-3. Eating a fistful of walnuts daily helps in preventing age-related cognitive decline

Sardines

Sardines contain excellent amount of nutrition that play an important role in maintain brain health and cognitive performance. Regular imtake of sardines improve memory and shield against mood disorder and depression

Spinach:

Folate rich spinach helps in improving mental abilities. Eating just one portion of this greeny vegetable a day can cut the risk of dementia.

Oregano:

Oregano is called spice of life because it helps in recovering body's natural good mood. The compounds present in oregano removes blood-brain barrier for better brain functioning.

Tarragon:

Tarragon herbs contains valuable phyto-nutrients that protect the brain from Alzheimer's risk. Apart from this, it is an excellent appetite stimulant and cures many eating disorders.

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