Brain Food: Fruits & nuts help memory & motor skills
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - A report came from scientists at the Tuft University Neuroscience and Aging laboratory that found there was a delicate balance between what people eat what people remember.
What they called people's "psychomotor balance" was athletic and coordination abilities over time. They gave a list of "nature's brain foods."
Scientists studying brain patterns found people were at times a bit forgetful. Red grapes, purple carrots, and walnuts topped the list of nature's brain foods. Avocados, kale, and blackberries also made the list. Blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, cranberries, and even cherries were all good for brain boosting, according the the study, and so were spinach and arugula; the makings of a great smoothie!
If those weren't people's favorites they could plums, currants, or coffee. Add those up over time and hopefull people can go from forgetting something to remembering most everything!