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Want Better Focus And Memory? 10 Foods To Boost Your Brainpower

Your food choices have a huge influence on your health and vitality. Some foods can help to protect your organs, whereas other types of food will damage and weaken your organs – including your brain. Your brain is one your most important organs, yet damage to the brain can be impossible to repair. Thankfully certain foods can help to protect and strengthen the brain, reducing the chances of brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. If you want to boost your brain power, try to include these 10 foods in your diet: 1. Avocado Some people avoid avocados due to their high fat content, but they are great for the brain. Avocados are filled with both folate and vitamin K, which help to improve cognitive function and prevent blood clots in the brain. 2. Coconut oil Coconut oil is known for its numerous benefits, including helping to boost brain power. This is because coconut oil can enhance the ability of neurons in the brain while slowing the production of free radicals tha

If You've Included These 8 Foods In Your Diet, You're Having Good Circulation

When it comes to health, most people think about their heart, their immune system, their weight and their cholesterol. Very few people think about their blood, even though it can affect nearly every other aspect of their health. Good circulation helps your body in lots of different ways; it keeps your heart healthy, it aids digestion and it helps you to regulate your body temperature. If the blood flow to one part of your body is reduced, you may experience symptoms such as tingling, numbness, pain and muscle cramps. Thankfully you can improve circulation with certain foods. Here are 8 foods that improve circulation. 1. Spinach Spinach is great for your blood, as it is one of the densest sources of chlorophyll. Chlorophyll helps to cleanse the blood and the liver, removing waste and toxins and helping to filter your blood. Spinach is also a great source of vitamin C, which also helps to improve your blood. You can eat spinach lots of different ways; in a salad, a soup or raw. If

10 Superfoods That Effectively Cleanse Your Liver For Better Digestion

Think of it this way, if the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines were all students of a class; then the liver is the teacher. The role of the liver is simple and complex at the same time; it regulates all of the digestion process and ensures proper distribution of the post-digestion nutrients to the body as well. [1] The liver also plays a very important role, along with the kidneys, to detoxify the body of the waste produced during digestion as well as environmental toxins. To keep the body free of waste and toxins, as well as for maximum nutrient absorption; you need to cleanse your liver for it to be in peak condition. The good news is that there are commonplace foods you can eat, which cleanse your liver and keep it at its healthiest. Give these 10 liver-friendly foods a whirl… 1. Garlic A small amount of garlic, eaten raw and crushed, activates the liver enzymes and helps it detoxify the body that much faster. The sulfur compounds in garlic, as well as its a

Eating Collagen For Stronger Joints? Here's What You Should Eat Instead

Collagen is fast becoming synonymous with younger looking skin. If you are a runner or particularly conscious about your joints, it is believed that consuming collagen directly will help add collagen to the body to promote even stronger joints. In the Far East, delicacies such as chicken feet and pig feet have been around for centuries with people consuming them for the health benefits associated with eating collagen-rich foods. But is this true? What Exactly Is Collagen? Collagen is a robust protein that makes up the structure and strength of your skin, bones, tendons, cartilages, and other connective tissues. [1]  In short, if we don’t have enough collagen in our bodies, we’re in big trouble. We get our collagen from a varied diet full of nutrient-rich foods and it’s digested into amino acids, just like other proteins, when we ingest it. There is a myth that consuming collagen directly makes a difference to the amount of collagen in the body, whether consumed through food or supp