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By: Colon R Bolden
Copyright (c) 2013 Colon R Bolden

There are many types and kinds of foods that improve our memory. Just by eating the right choice of foods, our brains will be boosted and good memory will be stimulated. Be familiar with the kinds of foods that are best for our brain, because the Foods that improve memory are the foods that an aging brain needs to prevent certain kinds of diseases.

Here are 10 of the most powerful foods that can improve our memory and lower our blood pressure:

COFFEE - There's more than caffeine in your morning cup of joe. It's loaded with antioxidants, which can protect against cell damage and reduce your risk of chronic disease, including diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

WILD SALMON - Chock full of heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids, wild salmon can be a powerful food in the fight against premature aging. New research shows that a diet abundant in omega-3s can help preserve small bits of DNA on the ends of cells, called telomeres. Shorter telomeres have been linked to early aging and even premature dealth.

AVOCADOS - Once reviled for their high fat content (a medium avocado has 22 grams of fat), avocados have regained favor as a good source of glutathione, an antioxiant that improves overall hormone function.

WALNUTS - Ounce for ounce, walnuts have almost twice as many antioxidants as any other nut. Plus, they contain high levels of vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids, which enhance heart healty.

GREEN TEA - Abundant in catechins, a type of antioxidant known to protect cells, green tea may also reduce the risk of certain cancers, particularly those of the stomach and esophagus.

SWEET POTATOES - With their generous helpings of vitamin B6 and potassium, sweet potatoes can help protect the immune system and regulate blood pressure. When eaten with the skins, they have more fiber than a cup of oatmeal.

DARK CHOCOLATE - Rich in flavonoids, dark chocolate can aid in decreasing blood pressure and cholestorol levels. In fact, the daily consumption of chocolate with at least 60 percent cocoa may reduce heart attacks and strokes in high-risk individuals.

GARLIC - Sulfur compounds in garlic give this herb both its potent smell and its antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. When garlic is crushed, it releases allicin, which wards off heart attacks and strokes.

YOGURT - Known for restoring balance to the gastrointestinal tract, yogurt with live cultures may improve heart health. One study found that participants were 31 percent less likely to develop high blood pressure if they ate just 6 ounces of yogurt every three days.

BLUEBERRIES - Loaded with antioxidants, blueberries rank among the top disease fighting foods. Among recent findings: A diet high in blueberries may reduce a woman's risk of heart attack by 33 percent and stave off memory loss by several years.


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