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How the Foods You eat affect your brain

If you sack all of the moisture out of your brain and broke it down to it's constitute nutrition content, what would it look like? Most of the weight of your dehydrated brain would come from fats also known as lipids.

In the remaining brain matter you would find Proteins and Amino acids, traces of micronutrients and glucose. The brain is ofcourse more than just the sum of it's nutritional parts.

But each component does have a distinct impact on functioning, development, mode and energy. So that post launch apathy or late night alertness you might be feeling, well that could be simple and the affect of food on your brain,of the fats on your brain the super stars are Omega 3 and 6.

This essential faty acids which have been linked to prevent the generating of brain conditions, must come from our diets. So eating Omega rich foods like nuts seeds and fatty fish is crucial to the creation and maintenance of cell membranes.

And while Omega are good fats for your brain, long term consumption of other fats like trans and saturated fats may comprise brain health. Meanwhile Proteins and Amino acids, the building block of nutrients of growth and development manipulate how we feel and behave.

Amino acids contain the precursors to narrow transmitters, the chemical messenger carry signals between neurons. Affecting things like mode, sleep, attentiveness and weight. There one of the reasons you might feel calm after eating a large plate of pasta or more a lot after a protein rich meal.

The compound components in food can stimulate brain cells to realise mode, but getting in to your brain cells is tricky and Amino acids have to compete for limited access.

A diet with a range of foods helps maintain a balance combination of brain messenger and keeps your mode from getting skewed in one direction or the other like the other organs in our bodies, our brains also benefit from a steady supply of micronutrients.

Antioxidants in fruits and vegetables strengthen the brain to fight off free radicals that destroy brain cells and enabling your brain to work well for a longer period of time.

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