Increasing memory is very similar to enhancing physical activity. You have to train, practice, challenge, constantly conserve and eat the right foods. For you sofa potato, I hear your heart beat fast all ready, "it sounds like too much work!" Well, sadly, sitting alone in front of your TV does not improve your physical appearance or mental bravery. So for those who are ready to sweat, there is the mental movement that puts the brain into shape! In the coming weeks, I will cover four critical parts that will help those who want to create Mega Brain. In the following order you may become familiar with the following: 1) Nutrition, 2) Memory Technique, 3) Brain Exercises, and 4) Mood to Enhance Your Mental Performance. How does the mind work out the new information:
1) Listen to Focus and Focus
Have you ever heard the information you want to keep clear? Did you give 100% effort? These questions have to be answered by a convincing "YES"!
2) Focus on the subject
Improve your mind about the new topic you're trying to learn in 10 seconds. If you follow the first two steps, you already have a great chance of recovering information from your brain. I know this seems like basic common sense, but it will surprise you how many people leave this step. I know I was dreaming of a tape and I was wondering why later, "Hey, I did not get anything."
Studies have shown that the brain needs at least 8 seconds to initiate transfer of information to a short or long-term memory bank. Now that we move the new information from short and long-term memory, you can be confident that the repository is in good faith. The intellectual storage system organizes intellectual storage as a file cabinet, making it easier to access the information later. Nutrition
Foods that support antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, mono-unsaturated fat, fibers, vitamins and minerals can be found here. Obviously, the older they get the more, it is essential to develop a healthy eating habit, as many studies have shown that diet is altered and this can prevent mental illness. Again, this is very similar to the advice you can hear to achieve a good overall health condition that will ensure that the body-to-body relationship is real.
A number of studies have led research to believe these antioxidants know known vitamins to help protect your brain from free radicals that can help brain damage. Most experts recommend 400 to 1,000 mg of vitamin E and vitamin C 500 to 1,500.
Antioxidants Vitamins C & E Recommended doses 500-1,500 mg daily Vitamins C Food Sources mg / 100 grams Food Rose Rose Extract 1000 + Black Currant 200 Guava Up to 200 Strawberries 80 Lemon 60 Oranges 50 + Kiwi Fruit 50 + Clementine 40 + Grapefruit 36 + Raspberry 30 + Lychees 30 + Nectarine 30 + Peach 30 Mango 30 Pepper 70 + Spring Greens 70 + Brussels Brussels Sprouts 60 + Broccoli 44 Curly Kale 70 + Gourd 35 + Peeled Pea 30 + Cauliflower 27 Tomato 20 + Green Cabbage 20 +
Recommended dose 400-1000 mg daily Vitamin E Rich source of food mg / 100 grams of meal Sunflower oil 49 Cotton seed 43 Safflower oil 40 Hazelnuts up to 25 Almonds 24 Wheat germ 22mg Rape oil 22 Hazelnut 20 Mayonnaise 19 Maize oil 17 Soybean oil 16 Peanut oil 15 Peanut seeds 13 Popcorn 11 Samosas 10+ Hazelnut 10 Margarine 8 Brazil Nuts 7 Marzipan 6 + Other Spreads 2-6mg Sweet Po Tato 4.5 Walnut 3 egg yolks 3 + müzli 3mg avocado up to 3 flapjack 2.8 sponge cake 2.4 Battenburg cake 2.4
Mostly everyone knows what kind of fiber is good but you know that many experts think that fibers can help toxin emissions not only in your body but your brain too? Many people have claimed that they will feel the benefits of cleaner thinking after releasing their waste
Recommended doses 25-30g Daily Fiber Food Sources (200-calorie Servings) Corn Bran 22g Fiber Cereal 14g Wheat Bran 12g Zabbara 12g All Bran Cereal 10g Rice Bran 6g
Navy beans 19g White beans 19g Yellow beans 18g French beans 17g Adzuki beans 17g Kidney beans 16g Lens 16g Blueberry beans 16g Pinto beans 15g Mung beans 15g Black beans 15g Beans beans 14g Garbanzo beans 12g Fava beans 9g
Omega 3 and polyunsaturated fats are probably one of the best-known fats in your brain. This is because Omega 3 and 6 are essential components for creating healthy brain cells. It is obvious that brain power begins with brain cells, and this is a mandatory fatty acid that should help cognitive brain function.
Recommended doses 500-1000g daily Omega 3 fatty acid DHA food sources mg / 100 grams meal Eel 2100 Lamprey 2100 Tuna 1800 Mackerel 1673 Rainbow trout 1251 Salmon fillet 1002 Trout 1002 Salted herring 953 Perch with tuna without seaweed 739 Salted pond 708 Red fish 649 Baltic herring 529 Halsibut 520 White fish, pollen, groats 493 Sea shells 367 Egg yolks 315 Zander, pike-perch 301 Pike 217 Lutefish 216 Cod 195 Eggs, quail 190 May 146 Flounder 133 Shrimp 122
Recommended doses 30% of calories intake per day of unsaturated fats (200 calories per serving) Sunflower oil 19g Hazelnut oil 18g Macadamia nuts 17g Olive oil 17g Canola oil 16g Vegetable oil 16g Olive oil 16g Hazelnut 15g Margarine 16g Pecans 12g Avocado 17g Al mond butter 12g Almond 11g Hazelnut 10g Cashew 10g Coriander Spices 9g Halibut 9g Mustard 8g Pistachio 8 Peanut butter 8g
Some recent studies have led researches that long-term benefits of beta-carotene rumen are cognition and short-term memory. According to a number of studies, beta-carotene helps brain damage in free radicals.
Recommended doses 15-50 mg daily Beta carotene (200 calories per serving) Peppers, hot chili 63455mcg Salad, cos or romaine, raw 61469mcg Salad, green leaf, raw 59240mcg Kale, boiled, boiled, drained, salt 58388mcg Salad red leaf, raw 56182mcg Spinach, cooked, boiled, drained, salt without 54668mcg Dandelion greens 52890mcg Pokeberry drives 52195mcg Carrot 51640mcg Spinach 51100mcg Mustard seed 50096mcg turnip greens 45741mcg cabbage 41200mcg pumpkin 40836mcg kale 37880mcg Kale 36900mcg Grape leaves 34821mcg Watercress 34802mcg beet greens 34499mcg coriander 34169mcg Green Beetroot 34000mcg Cycled Green 29827mcg Lambs Quarter 29295mcg Parsley 28079mcg Basil 27323mcg  Folic Acid embrassed by the medical community to provide the proper nutrition for brain health. Vitamin B, which the body uses to create new cells, the lack of this vitamin has come to the conclusion that it induces moodiness and extreme mental disorders.
Recommended dosages 400mcg per day of folic acid (200 calorie per serving) Soybean 330mcg spinach 240mcg lens 180mcg sunflower 152mcg potato 140mcg dioxaborolan baking bread cereal and breads 135mcg asparagus 130mcg black eyed peas 105mcg carrot 100mcg kale 100mcg fungal 98mcg collard greens 88mcg orange juice 80mcg beans 71mcg endive 70mcg cauliflower 44mcg beetroot 42mcg okra 37mcg cabbage 25mcg Grapefruit Juice 23mcg Pineapple Juice 23mcg Peas 22mcg Tomato 13mcg
I'm sure Resveratrol has been marketed all over the internet as the next big fat burner to drive America. This antioxidant, found primarily in plant fruits, offers many health benefits for weight loss, healthy skin, cholesterol, and continuation of the list, but also for body and brain protection. Recent studies have shown that patients with brain injury can recover faster when Resveratrol is given.
Recommended doses of 100-200 mg daily Resveratrol
Blue berries 1 cup Peanut Moderately Cranberries 1 cup Grapes 1 cup Red wine moderate  Remarkable:
Selenium A mineral rich in strong antioxidant properties can increase cognitive function and improve the mood. Recommended doses of 80-200mcg Alpha Lipoic Acid The body's antioxidant in the cells. They believe that it offers neuro-protection in the fight against free radicals. Recommended dose 30-200g Inositol regulates the proper cellular function. Recommended doses of 12-18g
Of course there are other vitamins, minerals, amino acids, herbs and so on, which are marketed as nutrition promoters for brain growth. However, I have discovered the most respected, most proven and content richer ones. Please stay aloud in my second chapter, covering memory techniques.