Beans against Alzheimer's Disease
4. Beans

Beans are extremely effective at helping our health in various ways, and brain experts have linked eating them to boosting our brain function and helping to reduce the chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease. They are not only low in both calories as well as unhealthy fats, but are also high in protein, which your brain needs in order to function correctly. Include them in your diet at least three times a week and you will be doing yourself a lot of good in the process.

5. Salmon

Fish in general is going to be good for your brain, but salmon is the one that stands out above all others. This is, of course, because of the levels of Omega 3 in the fish, which is known to be one of the key things that we can take on a regular basis in order to help the health of our brain and even combat other brain issues such as depression. Omega 3 is something that we cannot do without, but most people overlook it. However, do not feel as if you need to have salmon on a daily basis, which some people do recommend, as that is just not necessary – including it in your diet regularly is sufficient.

6. Poultry

Poultry is high in protein, and as we stated earlier when talking about beans, this is something that the brain needs to allow it to function correctly. It gives the brain energy and promotes healthy cell function and production, so as long as you are not vegetarian you need to look at including poultry in your diet at least twice a week as an absolute minimum. Do make sure it is skinless, however, as that is certainly going to be the healthier option. It is worth noting that you should not eat too much protein in your diet on a daily basis as this causes other health issues that should be of concern to you.

7. Olive oil

We have been told for decades that cooking in olive oil is the healthier option for our heart, and while this is indeed true, it is also known that it is extremely good at helping to protect our brain. Numerous studies have indicated that olive oil helps to prevent cognitive decline, which is of course a major component of this disease, so switch to olive oil in your cooking, and look at buying a good quality one as well – your taste buds and your brain will thank you.