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Broccoli and concentration

Did you know that broccoli improves concentration?

In today’s post we tell you why it is so and what other fruits and vegetables provide a better concentration.

In times of tests, exams or high peaks of work, to have a good diet is essential for our carry out in an optimal manner its tasks. According to several studies, green vegetables such as spinach, cabbage, broccoli, asparagus or lettuce favor concentration, helping to maintain the active memory. From the Cebas-CSIC explain that eating broccoli helps get the vitamin intake to keep concentration, an ally who obtained “of natural shape thanks the vitamin contribution of this recommended vegetable at exam time”.(Source: Agroinformación)

To improve the memory we need to eat oily fish, egg, soy and milk, they are source of choline, a Phospholipid that uses our body for the production of the neurotransmitter “acetylcholine”, directly related to memory. In addition mushrooms, avocados and broccoli provide that this finally becomes into “acetylcholine”.

Several studies inform of the benefits of the acid omega 3 to enhance memory and mental performance. Omega 3 is mainly found in fatty fish like sardines, anchovies and salmon, and also in certain nuts.

Hydration also plays an important role, of course, since without gasoline doesn’t work the car… A drink that stands out for its ability to increase the concentration is the green tea which, thanks to its protein, improves our attention in the short term.

And fruits? That takes the cake is the blueberry. Several studies have found that a diet rich in blueberries significantly improves learning ability.

So, you know, in times where you need to be more focused, don’t forget to take care of your diet.

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