Brain Food

A popular term for fish, the consumption of which, the ancients believed, increases cognitive capabilities; this may have some credence, given fish’s high concentration of DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid
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We have all heard the term brain food, which [refers to] foods rich in antioxidants and good fats that are high in vitamins and mineral and basically whole nutritious foods," says Sharon McConnell, Training Manager at NRG Fitness.
Believing in the importance of literature, culture and brain food, More Cafe' remains home to a community library, featuring a new initiative that encourages diners to leave five books in exchange for a coffee and croissant or stick to the traditional book swap.
Myth has it that fish is brain food - but it just might be more than myth, a new study suggests.
A PIZZA store claims its new topping will make you smarter - because it contains brain food.
But these are just two of a range of brain food to aid memory including: SPINACH Most famous for giving Popeye his big muscles, spinach can also build your brain power and memory.
Working in The Brain Food Cafe has meant that people come and talk to me and I get to talk back.
Dr Fergusson, from Glasgow, has come up with a Brain Food Diary to help get the goodness in your system and make the most out of your day.
Brain Food is therapy putty for children ages 3 and up with fine motor disabilities to play with and exercise their fine motor skills.
SEAWEED A NEW and trendy brain food, seaweed is a good source of the fatty acid DHA, which improves memory and could help prevent conditions such as Alzheimer's.
Robert Peston, political editor of ITN, is no fan of Wimbledon "Fish is the best thing you can eat, it isn't called brain food for nothing
Brain food Adele Says: 'I do love Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Corn Flakes but I have trouble nding the time.
It's been pointed out that oily fish is a particularly good brain food to keep the players sharp in the middle for the afternoon session.