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7 Ways To Get Smarter Without Opening A Book

7 Ways To Get Smarter Without Opening A Book

Founder of Vite Naturals, Rob Thorp reveals 7 ways you can can get smarter without hitting the books Your diet has a huge impact on your overall wellbeing and can also have an impact on your cognitive health and brainpower.

 

If you are looking for a long-term and sustainable way to get smarter without hitting the books, focusing on your diet and what you’re fueling your body with can help.

 

Opting for a balanced diet, packed with nutrients and antioxidants, whilst avoiding processed and sugary foods can go a long way in helping you to improve your cognitive function.

 

#1 Think straight with ginseng
In Chinese medicine, Ginseng is hailed as an all-healing herb, and has been recorded to help with cognitive function, memory, energy levels, and mood

#2 Add a little zinc

Zinc is a vital nutrient for brain health and many who experience mental health problems are found to be deficient in zinc.
#3 Up your fish intake

From salmon to sardines, mackerel to trout, the healthy fats found in oily fish are widely recognised for being some of the best brain foods around.

The fats in oily fish contain the highest concentrations of omega 3 fatty acids, proven to have a positive difference on brain health and productivity.

#4 Catch those Zzz’s

Getting enough sleep is essential to support cognitive function. When you sleep, your brain consolidates the memories you have created throughout the day.

#5 Load up on ‘super’ nutrient magnesium

Magnesium is a super nutrient, which is used in almost every process in the body.  Neurotransmitters in the brain use magnesium to stimulate and regulate electrical activity.

#6 Stock up on B vitamins

B vitamins are widely underrated in the food world, with foods such as legumes, green vegetables, wholegrain bread and even Marmite containing it.

#7 Get chatting

It is human nature to need to socialise with other people, but did you know it can also increase mental wellbeing?

Socialization stimulates the mind and cognitive ability, so next time you’re out with your friends…remember you’re really boosting your cognitive function by chatting away.

 

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