Rich in polyphenols, which are powerful brain protective antioxidants.
Enhances the ability of the brain’s neurons to use energy while at the same time reducing the production of damaging free radicals.
Provides saturated fat — a vital nutrient for the integrity and function of brain cell membranes.
Power-packed with brain-protective antioxidants. Blueberries also help to reduce inflammation, a cornerstone of virtually all brain degenerative disorders.
Acts to turn on the parts of our DNA that help reduce inflammation. The important role of turmeric in brain health has been described in the Vedic texts dating back more than 3,000 years.
Rich in choline, the precursor chemical for acetylcholine, one of the most fundamental neurotransmitters. In addition, eggs contain cholesterol, an important component of brain cell membranes as well as serving as a brain-protective antioxidant.
Rich in prebiotic fiber, the specific type of fiber that helps nurture the growth of brain supportive gut bacteria.
Rich in a variety of nutrients to support brain health including vitamin E, omega-3 fats, copper, manganese, and fiber for brain supportive gut bacteria.
A traditional Korean fermented dish that’s loaded with healthful probiotic bacteria, which promotes brain health.
One of the best sources of prebiotic fiber. Jicama, also known as Mexican yam, is high in vitamin B6, folate, and vitamin E.
A great low-carb vegetable that’s rich in vitamins C, K, and A, as well as potassium and iron.
High in sulfurophane, a chemical that aids in detoxification, reduction of inflammation, and control of damaging free radicals.
High in monounsaturated fats to protect brain cells. Avocado oil has been shown to help maintain healthy blood pressure levels.
Like red wine, also rich in polyphenols.
Rich in brain-protective antioxidants along with vitamin K, folate, and lutein.
A rich source of zinc, a mineral that plays an important role in memory and overall brain function.