11 Super brain boosting foods Foods make you smarter


Raspberries, blueberries and strawberries are all brain boosters. Study found that eating berries can improve your memory in a very short time.


An old say “An apple a day keeps the doctor away” is likely a true statement. Just be sure to choose organic apples so you will not expose yourself to pesticides skin from the chemical farming.

Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolate help promoting better blood flow to your brain and make you less likely to feel tired or mentally exhausted. YOu could improve your math skills as well.

Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds contain tryptophan which is a important building block of healthy brain.

Cayenne Pepper

Hot peppers contain the heat-packing compound that can be used naturally as a fat fighter and benefit our brain health, make us easier to focus, reducing stress and pain.


The right kinds of lard can do wonders for your brain health. Light you up, bring you a good mood. Lard is also a good source of vitamin D.

Brussels Sprouts

Eat more of these Brussels Sprouts can boost your immune system and protect your brain cells. They give you the antioxidants your body needs to fight the cancer causing free radicals and create you a high energy.


The cruciferous plants like kale, cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower are great anti-aging agents for the brain health.

Study found that eating these veggies can lower your brain age by up to 2 years. You can easily grow fresh Kale organically in your home garden.


Beets are great vitamin B source to the brain health. This great nutrient is good for your memories. Fresh beets are also a great natural antidepressants! They contain folate that can benefit your heart health. Just make sure to avoid canned beets since the containers are likely coated in bisphenol A, or BPA that are harmful to our health and hormonal systems.


Anchovies are great sources of brain-boosting omega-3 fatty acids. They contain 10 times of omega-3 that tuna does and also low in harmful seafood contaminatns, such as mercury. Anchovies are also good sources of vitamin D and calcium that are beneficial to your bones.

Old-Fashioned Eggs

Pastured eggs, freely raised outside on green grass pastures – are such great sources of omega-3 fatty acids and they are the perfect brain food. Eggs from pastured hens has two times more omega-3s than standard store-bought eggs, and three times more naturally produced vitamin E that can serve as antidepressant and possibly Alzheimer’s disease antidote. The pastured eggs contain brain boosting compound that improves your neurotransmitter health.

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  1. Sherry Compton says:

    Good information. I love fruit! Have enjoyed berries on my shortcake, in yogurt, and in oatmeal the last few days. I