Brain Food: Do you know what is it?

brain food

brain food

Today, one of my colleague ask me is there really any kind of food that is good for brain? How they work?  I barely check online and many researches have been done on this topic.

Medical researchers say that, as vitamins and mineral is needed to keep your body fit, brain and neuron also needs food to keep them active. So researchers named them as brain food. I’m discussing about some nutrients of food that are known as best brain food.

  • Thiamin: for an active brain and neuron, this vitamin is very essential. Grain food or food made of grains like bread, rice and pistachio contains this vitamin.
  • Pantothenic acid: Creates co enzyme which helps to send synapse signal. We can get it from red meat, fish, beans, milk, vegetables and fruits.
  • Pyridoxine:  This vitamin turns tryptophan into serotonin. Serotonin is a chemical ingredient of brain.We gets this vitamin from chicken, fish, liver and kidney and also peanut, beans etc.
  • Cobalamin: It helps in the growth of red blood cells, helps in making protein and maintains neurons. Egg, fish, milk and products of milk contains this vitamin.
  • Folic acid: it is very essential for oxidation of fatty acid of brain. Banana, orange, lemon, strawberry, water melon, vegetables and beans contain folic acid. It is very essential in anyone’s pregnancy period.
  • Magnesium and potassium:  Food like nuts, grains, avocado, banana, orange, date, strawberry, potato, fish contains magnesium or potassium.
  • Calcium: Milk and milk products contains calcium.

If you want your brain more active, my suggestion is divide your meals in small portion 5 to 6 times a day, drink a lot of water. Don’t take tea, coffee or cold drinks much.

Best 5 Food for brain

Best 5 Food for brain

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Discover More Ways to Deal with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Inflammatory bowel disease

Inflammatory bowel disease

Inflammatory bowel disease must not be taken for granted. It’s more serious than it sounds but there are many ways to deal with it other than purely drugs alone.

It includes two conditions called Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative colitis. Both have problems in the small intestines where it becomes inflamed and irritated. Supposedly, our small intestines would have a smooth and pink lining inside the mucosal.

Conventional treatment would be to prescribed anti inflammatory drugs if there is a serious episode of the disease until eventually the patient becomes immuned and would no longer respond to treatment.

That’s why, naturopathic doctors would recommend natural means  to avoid serious side effects of drugs. But it must be done with supervision also of the doctor.

Here are some of the ways.

For serious flare ups, eating a liquid diet is very helpful. It is recommended that the patient go for liquid diet of herbal tea, broth (fish, chicken or meat) and fresh vegetable juices.

inflammation bowel disease

An illustration of how inflammation bowel disease looks like

The body will absorb the nutrients without the extra work of the now inflamed small intestine to digest.

And since the body will have difficulty in the absorption of nutrients, it is also recommended that the patient take more vitamins and minerals to prevent malnutrition.

Vitamin A will help in the regeneration of the lining of the gut as well as Folic Acid. Essentially most of the Vitamins and Minerals must be supplemented.

It’s been said also that Inflammatory Bowel Disease release a lot of free radicals. That’s why, Vitamin E is essential to help neutralize and help minimize the damage.

If we speak about herbs, there are some uniquely named remedy that are thought to reduce inflammation in the intestine. They are called Turmeric and Boswellia.

They are found as main ingredient in some of the supplements from health shops or online store.

For more article, please visit Natural Health Care Reviews

Inflammatory bowel disease

Difference between Inflammatory bowel disease type

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