Patpat
Aug 8, 2017

Foods for Memory

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Edited: Aug 8, 2017

Hello everyone. I've only recently been experiencing memory problems, and I've heard that diet can help. Does anyone have any suggestions for some tasty recipes that will give my brain a bit of a boost?

Much Appreciated,

 

Pat :)

Patpat
Aug 10, 2017

The Mediterranean diet sure sounds like it works, thanks Linda! Not sure I could get used to it though, not a big lover of fish! And olives? eurrrghh!

Elaine
Aug 14, 2017

Oh Wow, I adore Mediterranean cuisine! Had no idea it was so great for the brain, any excuse to eat more fish and olives!!!

John
Aug 15, 2017

I swear by coconut oil, it really does work miracles! Berries are also said to be good for the brain, they're so easy to throw into smoothies, yogurt, salads or pretty much anything else.

Patpat
Aug 18, 2017

Coconut oil really is a wonder-food, isn't it John! I read an article about it, on the app I think, and I've been hooked on it ever since. Wouldn't have my kitchen without it

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