Sadly, there are millions of people afflicted by some form of memory loss. While it can be brought on by some sort of physical trauma to the brain (i.e. concussions from a sport), many suffer memory loss brought on by genetics.
Fortunately, a number of medical studies have indicated that there are some methods to improve one’s memory/slow the progression of memory loss. There are certain foods catering to this premise, as well as specific vitamins.
This piece will delve into those options.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Omega-3 Fatty Acids manifest themselves in a number of ways. For one, many studies indicate that a diet high in fatty fish can help brain functioning as well as cognitive development. These acids are also quite good for the heart. As many doctors will admit, there is a symbiotic relationship between both the heart and the brain.
Omega-3 fatty acids can be found at virtually every supermarket, drug store, or location where over-the-counter supplements are sold. In general, a strong diet will help one’s mental faculties hum at a high clip. This includes a predominantly plant-based diet, eating minimal amounts of red meat, eating fish, and the heavy usage of olive oil.